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Neuro-Ophthalmological Assessment and Treatment

(732) 321-7010

Patients with neuro-ophthalmological disease report symptoms that relate to the eyes, including unexplained loss of vision, loss of peripheral vision, pupillary abnormalities, double vision, and twitching of facial and eyelid muscles. Because of the difficulty in diagnosing these symptoms, patients may have seen several physicians prior to receiving a clear-cut diagnosis. The neuro-ophthalmologists at the NJ Neuroscience Institute are board-certified and are fellows of the North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society (NANOS).  

Types of Neuro-Ophthalmological Conditions  

Some specific examples of these include:

Eye Movement Abnormalities:

Visual Disorders:

Facial Movement Disorders:

Imaging Services:

Vision Function Tests:

Ocular Motor Testing:

Pupil Testing

Treatment Options

Treatment plans are varied and fully individualized for each patient.   

For a consultation with a neuro-ophthalmologist or additional information, call (732) 321-7010.