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Traumatic Brain Injury, Dizziness, & Headaches

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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a condition which many people in the U.S. suffer from. TBI causes a variety of different problems and symptoms, with the two most frequent ones being headaches and dizziness. In many cases, those with TBI have tried several different therapies and medications, yet experience little to no change in the frequency and severity of their symptoms.

It is now evident that, in many of the cases, BVD is the root cause of these debilitating headaches and dizziness.

“I was riding my motorcycle and was hit from behind. The years that followed were filled with excruciating pain. I couldn’t cut the grass, cook, or do much of anything. Then, one of my therapists referred me to a BVD specialist. When I put on the trial lenses, the pain instantly left. This is the real deal.” – Roy

Fox Vision Development Center serves patients from Latham and all throughout New York.