Low vision means you have a congenital condition or eye disease that impacts vision in both of your eyes even when you have been wearing your regular glasses or contact lenses. This loss of vision makes it difficult to perform daily activities such as reading small print, seeing faces, watching TV and in some more mild situations, driving a car. Age Related Macular Degeneration is the number one cause of impairment in older adults and Dr. Kammer has developed a rehabilitation model in which she evaluates your vision, explains your vision carefully, and helps you to start a plan toward enhancing the remaining vision to use it most effectively.
Dr. Kammer also incorporates other rehabilitation professionals in your home and community to help you achieve success in doing the things you love to do. Dr. Kammer has also worked with more rare eye conditions such as albinism and retinitis pigmentosa and can create a customized rehabilitation plan to help other problems such as glare or double vision.