Advanced Neuro-Vision Systems, LLC is a state-of-the art research-based visual assessment, rehabilitation and training program intended to help restore neurological function of the visual system following mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) as well as to improve visual performance of individuals with suboptimal visual function. This may include persons with amblyopia, learning-related vision problems, neuro-degenerative diseases, developmental disorders, and athletes. Using the science behind perceptual and motor learning, a proprietary protocol of visual, cognitive and sensorimotor training techniques is intended to stimulate neuroplasticity in the brain beginning at the level of the visual cortex and encompassing areas of the brain important for working memory, decision-making and coordinated motor responses.
We are currently recruiting children for a research study in grades 2, 3 and 4 who scored at the 25th percentile or lower on their most recent testing of reading.
This is a grant funded study by the North Dakota Department of Commerce, Research ND program and is conducted in collaboration with the University of North Dakota. The purpose of the study is to examine the effectiveness of 8 weeks of vision therapy (two 1-hour sessions per week) that is designed to improve the functioning of the magnocellular visual system that, according to recent research, may be affected in poor readers. This intervention will be compared to 8 weeks (two 1 hour-sessions per week) of the standard-of-care treatment based on teaching phonological awareness to poor readers.
For more information about the study please contact Dr. Dmitri Poltavski at
(701) 777 - 6845 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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