14 February 2021 -- Toms River, NJ; Jenkintown, PA -- Eye diseases, like macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and glaucoma and neurological conditions, like stroke or traumatic brain injury, can cause blurry vision or side vision loss that disrupts people’s lives and independence. Specially-trained optometric physicians such as Dr. Errol Rummel of Low Vision of New Jersey use their expertise to care for people with difficult vision problems that are beyond the help of medicine, surgery, or regular eyeglasses.
Specially-trained optometric physicians such as Dr. Errol Rummel of Low Vision of New Jersey use their expertise to care for people with difficult vision problems that are beyond the help of medicine, surgery, or regular eyeglasses.
The practice is limited to Low Vision Care and the Care of Visual Field Loss. Low Vision Care refers to the design of advanced optical technology to enhance vision not helped by regular glasses or standard eye care and is indicated for people with eye diseases such as macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, or optic nerve disease.
The care of Visual Field Loss involves the design of advanced optical technology to improve side vision awareness for people with specific neurological conditions like stroke or traumatic brain injury and people with constricted fields (tunnel vision) caused by eye diseases like retinitis pigmentosa. Using his extensive experience, Dr. Rummel has even developed technology to address side awareness loss. The technology is called Side Vision Awareness Glasses and is in use by eye doctors he has trained around the United States and Canada.
The goal of low vision care for poor vision and side vision loss is to help people reclaim the ability to do tasks that are important to them, be it driving a car, reading the paper, or recognizing faces across the room.
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About Low Vision of New Jersey
Low Vision of New Jersey is a low vision practice serving New Jersey and the Philadelphia area. Headed by Dr. Errol Rummel, Low Vision of New Jersey helps people improve their vision to take back their lives and do visual tasks that are now difficult. Dr. Rummel is highly experienced and has a number of professional affiliations, including Fellow, American Academy of Optometry (FAAO); Fellow, NJ Academy of Optometry (FNJAO); Fellow Emeritus, Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (FNORA); Fellow Emeritus, College of Optometrists in Vision Development (FCOVD); and Fellow, International Academy of Low Vision Specialists (FIALVS).
Company Name: Low Vision of New Jersey
Contact Person: Dr. Errol Rummel Email: Send Email