In Malaysia, traumatic brain injury (TBI), often caused by car accidents, is a major cause of death, especially in individuals under 45. TBI can lead to Post Trauma Vision Syndrome (PTVS), characterized by symptoms like dizziness, eye coordination problems, headaches, and reading difficulties. PTVS, resulting from concussions, affects various aspects of vision and balance, leading to ocular motor and binocular dysfunctions as well as convergence and accommodative dysfunctions. Treatment typically involves Neuro-Optometric Vision Rehabilitation, focusing on improving eye movement control, brain-eye coordination, and visual information processing, which helps alleviate these symptoms.