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The Influence of Postural Control on Functional Vision Efficiency

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The goal of visual-motor intervention is to match the visual and postural systems for the best resultant functional performance. Just as vision therapy can change postural reactions and improve postural efficiencies, postural intervention can change visual function and improve visual efficiency. These two systems must be simultaneously appreciated, assessed and treated for the best possible outcomes. There must be a progressive re-matching of the visual-postural systems toward an ever increasing efficiency. Distorted vision and other functional vision deficiencies do result in inefficient and abnormal postural responses, however without postural intervention in specific areas, visual intervention alone cannot completely ameliorate the dysfunctional condition, and may in some circumstances contribute to more musculoskeletal and postural-functional inefficiencies.
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