Non-Invasive Therapy May Help Stroke Victims See Again

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Stroke patients may have new hope of recovering their eye sight.  The company NovaVision describes how its clinically tested light stimulation technology can help stroke survivors see again.

Vision Restoration Therapy (VRT) seeks to “rewire” the part of the brain responsible for vision.  VRT works to make healthy visual nerves make up for those that are damaged by a stroke or other brain trauma.  Patients who have undergone this therapy describe how they are able to read and enjoy seeking films again.  Some are even able to drive after having to give up their licenses due to vision loss.

Source: Medical News Today

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