Dr. Randy Kinkade discusses advanced macular degeneration and how a new surgery may help patients regain their sight after many doctors have told them, “Nothing can be done”.
Emma has macular degeneration and is losing her ability to see. Dr. Randy Kinkade has prescribed her special telescopic glasses to help maximize Emma’s vision. Now she can see better and read again.
Dr. Edward Paul has developed a soft gel supplement that requires a prescription that helps slow the progression of macular degeneration. And in some cases, it improves vision.
Dr. Mark Rinkov defines low-vision and discusses how most regular eye doctors tell their clients, “Nothing more can be done”, although this is not always the case! Give us a call to find a doctor near you.
Dr. Golemba, an IALVS doctor, discusses two types of macular degeneration, wet and dry, and why you need two doctor specialists. A retinologist and a low-vision eye doctor.
The National Institutes of Health have demonstrated with two scientific studies (AREDS I & II) that nutritional supplements can slow down, stop, or even prevent age-related macular degeneration.
A low-vision optometrist fits custom vision aids and devices, allowing the low-vision patient to maximize their remaining vision most effectively.
Dr. Marc Gannon describes how reverse telescopes can help those with a loss of peripheral vision from conditions such as Retinitis Pigmentosa