Low Vision Doctor in Pennsylvania

Dr. George Kornfeld

Clarks Summit, PA

602 S State St,
Dr. George Kornfeld > Low Vision Services in Scranton, PA
Dr. John Bissell

Bakerstown, PA

5900 Heckert Rd
Dr. John Bissell > Bissell Eye Care
Dr. John Bissell

Natrona Heights, PA

4001 Freeport Rd.
Dr. John Bissell > Bissell Eye Care
Dr. Yanna K. Nachtigall

Lititz, PA

1170 Erbs Quarry Rd Ste 4
Dr. Yanna K. Nachtigall > Low Vision Optometry of Central Pennsylvania

Our low vision specialists in Pennsylvania are passionate about providing patients with the best in low vision care. We understand the challenges that low vision can present and strive to help our patients achieve the best possible vision and quality of life.

We provide low vision services that are designed to help individuals with a wide range of visual impairments, including those with age-related macular degeneration (AMD), diabetic retinopathy, and other eye conditions. Our optometrists use advanced diagnostic tools and techniques to evaluate our patients' vision and develop a customized treatment plan to address their specific needs. We offer a range of low vision aids and devices, including magnifiers, telescopes, and electronic devices, to help our patients improve their vision and maintain their independence.

Interested in learning more? Here’s what our Pennsylvania low vision experts have to say about the symptoms of AMD. 

What are common signs and symptoms of AMD?

The early stages of AMD may not cause any noticeable symptoms, but as the disease progresses, patients may experience blurred or distorted vision, difficulty reading or recognizing faces, and a dark or empty area in the center of their vision. In some cases, patients may also experience changes in their color perception or have trouble adapting to different levels of light. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is important to see an eye doctor for a comprehensive exam to determine if you have AMD or another eye condition. Early detection and treatment can help slow the progression of the disease and preserve your vision.