Patient Videos

Nausea, dizziness or headaches are symptoms experienced by SEE Sick Syndrome patients. Barb had been diagnosed as having the SEE Sick Syndrome (SSS), a unique and sometimes severe form of motion sickness. SSS sufferers have a hyper-sensitivity to visual and eye motion, a super-sensitivity to light and sometimes a type of tunnel vision.

Using Dynamic Adaptive Vision Therapy techniques developed by Dr. Roderic Gillilan, this patient tells of her cure and of the contrasts in her life before and after her home training done 25 years ago.

Severe headaches, nausea, dizziness and fatigue were the symptoms Dr. Scott Pengelly suffered from most of his life. This all changed years ago when he was diagnosed with SEE sick syndrome, did a few weeks of Dynamic Adaptive Vision therapy exercises at home and was cured. The SSS is a unique, but not uncommon condition where sufferers are hyper- sensitive to visual motion (a type of motion sickness)