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Here, our team will share the latest news and updates regarding the Visual Snow Initiative, research studies, interviews, projects, as well as any additional information related to our global efforts to better understand and treat Visual Snow Syndrome.

Alterations of the Alpha Rhythm in Visual Snow Syndrome: A Case-Control Study

Researchers Antonia Klein, Inselspital, University of Bern, Sarah A. Aeschlimann, Inselspital, University of Bern, Frederic…

ICD Update: Global Recognition for Visual Snow Syndrome

Sierra Domb has now confirmed the submission of a proposal to include Visual Snow Syndrome…

Update on NORT Protocol: Progress from 2023 and Plans for 2024

In this 2024 update, the latest information on Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Therapy (NORT) is presented, as…

Status Update: TMS for Visual Snow Syndrome Study Led by Dr. Victoria Pelak, University of Colorado Research Team

On March 20th, 2019, the Visual Snow Initiative (VSI) presented a $125,000 check to the…

Visual Snow Syndrome 101

Written by Sierra Domb What Is Visual Snow Syndrome (VSS)? Visual snow syndrome (VSS) is…

Relationship between Tinnitus and Visual Snow: Insights and Tips

Tinnitus Awareness Week 2024 (February 5th-February11th) Imagine hearing a constant ringing in your ears; this…

Understanding Visual Snow Syndrome During Low Vision Awareness Month

February is Low Vision Awareness Month, and the Visual Snow Initiative would like to bring…

Disco Face: The Hero Behind The Mask

Disco Face: The Hero Behind The Mask by Sierra Domb, Founder & CEO, Visual Snow…

Sierra Domb Answers Your Questions on Visual Snow Syndrome

We have a new, exciting opportunity to share with you: Sierra Domb, Founder of the…

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