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March 01, 2016
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VIDEO: Study finds visual problems prevalent after concussion

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ATLANTA – A study of 100 children with concussion found a high prevalence of oculomotor abnormalities, Michael Gallaway, OD, PC, reported here at SECO.

Gallaway urged optometrists to carefully test children and either provide vision therapy or refer to someone who does. “This is the emerging mode of dealing with these kids,” he said.