Our postural and visual systems are intimately connected. Influencing one inevitably impacts the other. During the first 2 years of human development our postural system guides our visual development while after this time period it is the visual system that governs our postural development. Individuals with strong dysfunctional postural patterns such as chronically tight and painful necks, backs, and headaches that may or may not be accompanied by a history of trauma often strongly benefit from integrating visual and postural therapy. Diagnoses such as POTS (postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome), concussion, whiplash, and central nervous system problems are excellent candidates for this cutting edge intervention. This is accomplished via co-treatment sessions with behavioral Optometrist, Robert Jacobs, OD (www.JacobsVision.com) and your Physical Therapist.