Understanding Low Vision
Low vision is a reduced level of vision that cannot be fully corrected with conventional glasses, contact lenses, medicine or surgery. Generally speaking, low vision is insufficient vision to complete everyday tasks. It is defined in clinical terms as having central visual acuity of 20/70 or worse in the better eye with the best possible correction. Common examples of eye diseases that cause low vision include cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration, among others.
The Forsythe Center
The Sandy & Rick Forsythe Center for Comprehensive Vision Rehabilitation Care delivers multidisciplinary care to patients with low vision.
Meet Our Team
Meet Dr. Crumbliss, a dedicated low vision optometrist and Vice President of Low Vision Services at The Chicago Lighthouse.
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