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Visit our websites below to learn more about our practice and our speciality work in low vision care for the visually impaired.

The Low Vision Centers of Indiana

Visit our low vision website for information about various eye conditions including macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinitis pigmentosa, Stargardt's, Achromatopsia and more.Additionally, our practice helps treat patients who have visual problems from stroke or traumatic brain injury. Our Low Vision Centers in Fort Wayne and Indianapolis, Indiana help patients from all over the United States and the world who have suffered from vision loss. This site educates patients and their families about their condition as well as low vision care. This site highlights many low vision devices to help those who are visually impaired. Devices include magnifiers, video magnifiers (CCTVs), microscopes, telescopes, bioptic systems, visual field expanders and more.


Bioptic Driving USA

Our doctors have specialized in helping those with visual impairments become licensed drivers using a special telescope/eyewear system called a bioptic. Bioptic driving allows mildly impaired patients, whom normally would not qualify for a regular driver's license, use a bioptic system to spot traffic signs and street lights at a distance. Bioptic driving is available in most states. This website discusses bioptic driving and the training needed in order to becoe licensed. It also have patient stories about what bioptic driving hs meant to them.




Our doctors have worked with stroke and traumatic brain injury patients for over 25 years. A hemianopsia is a loss of half of vision in both eyes to either the right or left side. Thsi loss can be very devastating to patients as it can cause them difficulty in mobility including running into objects and tripping over things. Additionally, they are constantly being startled by others showing up from their blind side. This site discusses all the aspects of hemianopsia and treatment options available. Our doctors use special prismatic eyewear to shift the image into the patient's remaining visual field to help the patient get a better understanding of their position and whereabouts.




Low Vision Gateway

The Low Vision Gateway is an information portal for low vision resources on the Internet. It links you to other websites which contain information on various eye conditions, low vision and blindness resources. This is a good place to start researching eye conditions and what can be done to help.