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Can Vision Therapy Help Your Motion Sickness?

At some point, most of us have experienced the feeling of motion sickness. You know, when you're riding in a car on a winding road or reading on a plane and you begin to feel nauseous. If you've been there, you probably just assume, like most people, this is normal and there is nothing that can be done. What if we were to tell you that there is something that can be done? At Coleman Vision, we treat people every day who are suffering from Neuro-Ocular Vestibular Dysfunction or the See-Sick Syndrome. This condition results in frequent motion sickness caused by the following:

- Riding in a car
- Trying to read while moving
- 3D movies
- Rapid eye movement
- amusement rides

If you are experiencing symptoms in situations like these, then we can help. At Coleman Vision, we promise to go beyond the traditional eye exam and care for your complete physical and functional visual system. Contact our office today to schedule an evaluation to find out what's best for you.


Even though we have been providing vision therapy to our community for more than 25 years, we still get questions about what vision therapy is. We put together the Parent's Guide to Vision Therapy to help people understand what to look for and how vision therapy can help. Download a copy today!

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