Maximizing the Use of Diminished Vision
Low vision is a condition where there is substantial visual loss that is not correctable through surgery, glasses or medical treatment alone. People with low vision conditions cannot effectively complete daily activities such as dressing, cooking, medication management, work/school or navigating the environment. Low vision therapy helps to create strategies to substitute or maximize the use of diminished vision.
At the Centennial Hills Hospital Outpatient Therapy Center, we offer personalized low vision rehabilitation to help you or a loved one gain a higher level of independence. Consequently, the interventions will boost self-confidence and personal safety. Our process includes an extensive holistic evaluation of the visual condition, creation of client-driven interventions, and specific low vision training.
Schedule an Appointment
To learn more about low vision therapy or to make an appointment, call the Outpatient Therapy Center at 702-835-9898.
Types of Low Vision We Treat
Central Low Vision
This condition entails blurred vision from the center of the eye. It affects sight for distant objects and can make mobility challenging in areas of high traffic.
Peripheral Low Vision
This is a condition that affects sight from the sides of the eyes, making navigating the environment more challenging.
Night blindness is one of the most well-known low vision conditions. It makes walking, driving and completing tasks at night or in dimly lit areas difficult.
This condition affects vision and makes objects blurred, both far and near.
Visual Field Cuts
This occurs after neurological injuries such as stroke, brain surgery or traumatic brain injury. It includes areas of the visual field that are "missing" as a result of neurological trauma.
This condition can occur as a result of various conditions including trauma, neurological conditions and visual acuity changes.