Reading an eye chart mounted or projected on a wall is a standard part of every visit to the optometrist today, but it wasn't always that way. Centuries ago, practitioners struggled to measure vis ...View Article
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Posted on 12-16-2016
When someone with vision impairment is told by their eye doctor that "nothing more can be done," that is very devastating news to some people. but that is often not the best advice. In most cases, if a person has ANY usable vision, it may be improved. Improved significantly so that someone who couldn't read may be able to read again or see the TV or see to recognize faces again. This is what I do daily. The range of optical devices, high powered telescopic eye glasses and vision exercises that are available often allows a person to regain much independence that they lost. One hour of your time and low vision exam is all it takes to find out and most major medical insurances cover a low vision examination.
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