Susan Hanson fell and suffered a serious concussion (brain injury) with strabismus, photophobia and other symptoms. Susan's post-concussion lazy eye and other post-concussive vision symptoms caused depth perception problems, dizziness, extreme light sensitivity (photophobia), inability to do her own shopping or driving, and more. Susan struggled to do her job or just simply walk around. She had terrible balance and had to move very slowly and carefully. She wore a hat because overhead and fluorescent lights hurt her eyes so badly. She was very sensitive to light overall after her concussion - extreme photophobia! When Susan visited the neuro-optometrist, she flunked all of the binocular vision tests and many other visual-perceptual and eye tests. Now after doing vision therapy strabismus eye exercises, she can continue to live independently, do her own shopping, drive a car safely, move around more quickly. She has her life back. Susan received vision therapy and visual rehabilitation treatment at Indiana Vision Development Center, P.C. in Fort Wayne, Indiana. See www.indianavisiontherapy.com. To find an eye doctor who offers the same specialized treatments for these conditions, go to www.optometrists.org/findeyedoctordirectory or www.visiontherapydirectory.com.