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Low Vision is a term that refers to vision that is not correctable with conventional glasses to a normal level. Another term for low vision is Visual Impairment.
Coping with low vision can be overwhelming and emotionally difficult. However, with time and effort – and the support of the low vision experts at Eye Consultants of Pennsylvania, you can adapt to low vision. In fact, many people who are visually impaired can learn to perform everyday functions and even enjoy hobbies again.
Eye Consultants of Pennsylvania is a regional leader in low vision evaluation and rehabilitation. Our Low Vision Specialists have special training and expertise in working with people with visual impairment. They utilize the most advanced diagnostic and treatment technologies and are very experienced with the latest rehabilitation techniques. We can prescribe optical and non-optical devices, coordinate rehabilitation and provide assistance to patients in accessing resources through various agencies and programs for the visually impaired.
When it’s low vision, insist on Eye Consultants of Pennsylvania
We utilize the latest technology and enjoy an excellent reputation and high patient satisfaction. From the first moment a friendly staff member greets you, throughout your relationship with Eye Consultants of Pennsylvania, you’ll receive the compassionate care and personal attention that you deserve.
What are my treatment options?
There is no cure for low vision. However, with time and effort – and the support of the low vision experts at Eye Consultants of Pennsylvania, you can adapt to low vision. In fact, many people who are visually impaired can learn to perform everyday functions and even enjoy hobbies again.
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A careful, thorough eye examination and refraction by one of our low vision specialists is the first step. Our doctors use very specialized technologies — and years of training and experience — to examine your eyes and accurately measure your level of visual functioning. Your doctor will personally discuss with you the health of your eyes, how your condition is affecting your vision and what further diagnosis and treatment options are appropriate and available.
Together, we’ll also talk about your visual needs and concerns are discussed – things like transportation, mobility, cooking, handling of mail, TV viewing, hobbies and whether you have any assistance in the home. An important goal with the initial examination is to accurately measure your level of visual functioning to determine the best rehabilitation options.
Often, glasses cannot completely correct low vision, but glasses are the first step in the process. We’ll next determine the best possible reading glass prescription. Then, we’ll explore a variety of magnification tools that might help you, including hand magnifiers, telescopes and electronic magnification devices. Sun glass lenses, tints and anti-glare coatings are also provided, as needed. We’ll discuss with you non-optical devices like improved lighting, large number telephones, talking watches and other tools and aids. And we’ll help you learn about community resources and services, including funding options, that serve the low vision and visually impaired community.
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