Get special care from a special ophthalmic technician.
If you suffer from a low vision problem, you probably suffer from blurry vision, impaired vision, blind spots and more. Low vision is caused by a variety of conditions, including eye disease and eye injury. Heredity may also play a part.
The effects of low vision can be very debilitating. If you can’t see properly, you can’t enjoy everyday activities such as reading, writing, watching television, going to the movies or driving. It can also prevent you from maximizing your potential at work. All of this can cause you to become frustrated, isolated and depressed.
Experienced ophthalmic technicians work under the supervision of Dr. Russell D. Crain to bring you today’s most effective solutions for low-vision problems. Read on to discover the many possibilities.
Friendly, personalized care.
Comfort with your eye care begins with friendly, personalized care. Dr. Crain wants you to relax during your visit and rest assured that you’re getting the quality eye care that you deserve.
We start with a comprehensive exam.
Your visit starts with a comprehensive eye exam to determine the degree and type of vision loss. During your exam, we will look for conditions such as macular degeneration, cataracts, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and more. In the event that your condition warrants an ophthalmic procedure, Dr. Crain will see you immediately after your exam to thoroughly explain your options.
A wide variety of devices for low-vision.
We will guide you through a wide variety of today’s most advanced and helpful devices that can help you see better. Not only can these devices help improve your quality of sight, they can help improve your quality of life. They include:
- Reading glasses
- Closed-circuit television devices
- Special prism glasses
- Tinted lenses
- High-magnification reading glasses
- Illumination devices
- Large-print cards
Our goal is to help you find the right low- vision device to help you overcome your vision impairment and see things the way they were meant to be seen. After selecting a low- vision device with you, we will train you on how to use it. And we will always be available to answer any questions you may have.