- Postural Changes: Eye imbalances can cause compensatory postural adjustments, potentially leading to musculoskeletal strain or injury.
- Coordination Issues: They may affect hand-eye coordination, which is crucial for safe movement.
- Altered Perception: Eye imbalances can distort spatial perception, increasing the risk of accidents.
- Reaction Time: They might slow down reaction time, which is critical in preventing falls or other injuries, especially during sports or physical activities.
- Visual Field Deficits: Eye imbalances may result in visual field deficits, reducing awareness of hazards.
What's included with Neurovision?
Improving eye movements not only positively affects muscle tone and inner ear function but also allows for faster and longer-lasting rehabilitative changes in the brain, as we have discovered through our research.
In traditional rehabilitation, the focus is on the muscles. However, this approach doesn't consider the vital role of the nervous system. In contrast, brain-based rehabilitation acknowledges the contributions of various sensory receptors, such as the vestibular, visual, and proprioceptive systems.
By addressing these systems, brain-based rehab aims to create more effective and lasting changes in joint position and movement.
The duration of the course is approximately 2-2.5 hours, and it is designed to be self-paced so that you can complete it at your convenience. The course is available in an online format, and you will have access to PDFs of notes, guides, and additional resources to complement the material.
Upon completion of the course, you will receive a certificate and a website listing, which can serve as a testament to your newly acquired knowledge and skills.