There is help for Macular Degeneration
Most people who have lost vision from macular degeneration or other eye diseases have been told that nothing will help them. It is true that there is no cure for these conditions. There are, however, many ways to help maximize the remaining vision and help the person continue enjoying a full, active life.
For many years I have helped people with impaired vision keep reading, continue driving, use a computer, recognize people's faces, enjoy hobbies and crafts and other activities that are important to them. I have made a commitment to helping my patients see better and remain independent.
I understand how macular degeneration and other conditions effect a person's vision and how vision loss can take away someone's independence. The resulting isolation can be devastating.
I have many ways available to help my patients. By careful evaluation of the remaining vision and by considering their goals I prescribe special glasses or other devices that help them to see better and live a more normal life. As you look through this website you'll see examples of patients who I've helped and the different types of low vision glasses I've prescribed for them.
I am passionate about helping people with low vision and I'd like to help you. Call me for a complimentary telephone consultation. I'll ask a few questions about your remaining vision and your goals and tell you if I can help. I will explain the low vision evaluation, discuss fees and answer your questions. Call me at 1 866 321-2030. I'd love to help you.
Dr. David L. Armstrong, Low Vision Optometrist
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Dr. David L. Armstrong
Low Vision Optometrist
Call Toll Free: 1 866 321-2030
Offices in Roanoke, Wytheville and Harrisonburg, Virginia