Blurring or bouncing of vision is a common complaint in people with vestibular disorders (inner ear balance system). The inner ear balance system controls coordination of the eye-head reflexes, and determines the position of the eyes both at rest and with head motion. When the vestibular system is impaired, it can also affect the ability of both eyes to work together. This can be another cause of blurred vision and eye strain. Julie has had the opportunity to work closely with the best neuro-optometrists in the country over the last 20 years, allowing a collaborative approach to these vision problems. For many people, eye testing with Optometry tests at their eye doctor’s office is normal. This can be quite confusing, as your experience of blurred or strained vision doesn’t match the acuity testing in the office. On your first visit, specific tests are done to determine the function of the eye head reflexes, the ability of the eyes to work together, and the position of the eyes at rest and in motion. Exercises are prescribed to correct this condition. Julie continues to work with local neuro-optometrists with specialized training in the use of prism lenses which may assist in the recovery of this problem. Vision therapy may also be recommended, and referrals can be made to a vision therapy specialist in your community. Timelines for recovery are addressed, so you know what to expect regarding the duration and frequency of your Physical Therapy. Most people have clinic sessions every 2 weeks, and perform the exercises at home daily. Clinic sessions can be more or less frequent, depending on your condition, lifestyle, and distance from the clinic.