Motion Sickness


Contribution In The Treatment Of Motion Sickness

There are three main contributors to motion sickness:

  • Visual
  • Vestibular
  • Visual/Vestibular miss-match

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Visual:

If you feel “queasy” when you are not moving, but watching a 3-D movie or watching people spin on a Disneyland ride, then your motion sickness is likely visually induced. If so, this is likely helped with Dynamic Adaptive Vision Therapy.


Vestibular:

If you only feel sick when your body is moving, even if your eyes are closed, then your symptoms may be more vestibular in origin, and a neuro-otologist should be consulted: We can give you references for good neuro-otologists in San Diego County.


Visual/Vestibular miss-match:

If you only feel sick when you are moving and when your eyes are open, then a combination of Dynamic Adaptive Vision Therapy and Vestibular therapy may be indicated.

We will be able to help guide you to the appropriate clinical solution to this severe interference to your quality of life.

For more information regarding this syndrome, often called “See Sick Syndrome” go to seesicksyndrome.com

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