Other symptoms include blurry vision, unstable vision, loss of side vision, balance problems, trouble reading, visual confusion or overload and lack of depth perception. Some patients have trouble walking in a straight line. Often, after the patient has recovered from a brain injury or concussion these symptoms persist despite a normal neurologic evaluation and/or normal brain scans. Almost always, the patient can read 20/20 on the eye chart, but these visual symptoms remain. Fortunately, vision therapy can assist the patient to resolve these symptoms and restore normal function in school or work activities. Vision therapy allows the patient to re-learn visual skills and retrain the brain to incorporate visual information along with the rest of the senses. This is such a rewarding part of vision therapy for our patients and our therapists!