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Is there such a thing as a “typical” day in low vision care?

Is there such a thing as a typical day of low vision care? When caring for the functional vision wants ...
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Meet Holly, our newest low vision technician!

Introducing our newest Midwest Low Vision employee, Holly! 👋 Casey has been working closely with Holly as she will be ...
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Maximally Effective Low Vision Care

Practicing maximally effective low vision care requires open-minded empathy coupled with knowledge and creativity. To be maximally effective I feel ...
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Midwest Low Vision Office Tour, May 2021

Come along with Dr. Long on an office tour! We'll start outside and work through the low vision patient experience ...
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REFERRAL by your Eye Doctor for Low Vision Care is the Standard.

Take a look at the link to learn why your doctor should be referring you for low vision care.  In ...
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Bioptics and Reading Telescopic Glasses for Low Vision from Presumed Ocular Histoplasmosis Syndrome.

July 13, 2005 (I checked his chart), I remember examining my buddy, Dave, near the end of the day. He ...
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Playing Cards with Low Vision

In the linked video, Dr. Long explains options and considerations for low vision patients to enjoy playing cards. Click on ...
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Sophie! New glasses and contact lenses for aphakia.

Due to eye complications from juvenile rheumatoid arthritis, Sophie needed cataract surgery but was unable to have implants.  The condition ...
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Prescribing Special Glasses for Low Vision Patients

Hello, Dr. Long here sharing three low vision patient cases. First we have Bobby who is partially-sighted secondary to trauma ...
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“Ugly” glasses and a quick tour of a mobile low vision examination room.

Here, in this two minute video, we feature three patients receiving their glasses and a tour of Dr. Long's current ...
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