Low Vision Care Near Santa Ana
Dr. Shuldiner, the Founder of the International Academy of Low Vision Specialists Can Help You or Your Loved One See, Even When You Were Told There Was Nothing That Can Be Done
Low Vision is defined as vision that is not corrected by traditional glasses, contacts, and eye surgery, leaving the person unable to do things they would like to do. For most diseases that cause low vision, there are two primary doctors the patient should see. The first is the Ophthalmologist or Retinologist, that treats the medical condition and prevents further deterioration of remaining vision. The second is a low vision optometrist, that will help you use the remaining functioning vision.
Dr. Shuldiner provides the residents of Santa Ana, and all of Southern California with advanced care for patients with macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, side vision loss from strokes and brain injury, stargardt, retinitis pigmentosa, and many others.
Dr. Shuldiner has dedicated his life to bringing awareness to the fact that patients with low vision can have hope. Driving, writing, reading, watching television, using the computer, playing cards and much much more are now possible thanks to the advances in lens design and optics. Custom low vision telescopes fitted on top of the patient’s eyeglasses allow the patient to perform the tasks that they miss most. If you live in the Santa Ana area and you or a loved one have low vision, we implore you to give us a call for a free ten-minute phone consultation with our low vision optometrist.
Diseases that Cause Severe Vision Loss ?
Our low vision optometrist, Dr. Richard Shuldiner provides care for patients near Santa Ana. Call if you have the following diseases or conditions.
- Macular Degeneration
- Diabetic Retinopathy
- Retinitis Pigmentosa
- Stargardt’s Disease
- Albinism and other vision limiting diseases
- This list is a partial list, please call us if you are experiencing low vision.
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Low Vision Optometry of Southern California
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Places to See in Santa Ana, California
Just because you have low vision doesn’t mean you can’t see. There are plenty of sites in the Santa Ana area that you may be interested in. Take the time to stop and see the sights.
Stop by one of the wonderful museums in town. If you’re interested in flight, the Lyon Air Museum is the place to go. Located not far from the John Wayne Airport, this museum hosts some magnificent planes from world war I and world war II, They even have a B-17 and a B-25.
If you are not into aircrafts, maybe you would like to stop by the Bowers Museum of Cultural Art. This museum features many pieces from different cultures around the world and is a wonderful place to see. While you’re there, stop in the gift shop and buy something for yourself or a loved one.
Maybe you or your children would like to stop by Discovery Cube Orange County. This wonderful science museum has great experiences for everybody. The Macaroni Automotive Museum and the Disney Gallery are also close and are a must-see that families will really enjoy.
If museums aren’t your thing, then stop by the Santa Ana Zoo at Prentice Park to see all the wonderful wildlife. Maybe you’re more into rock climbing, if this is the case, then check out Slender One Climbing. This is a wonderful climbing facility with walls that range from beginners to experts. And don’t forget, there is also Firestorm Freerunning which offers obstacle courses for those of you that want to be free at heart.
Restaurants and Breweries
If your interest is food and drink, there is plenty to be had. You might want to take one of the Old Towne Orange Walking Food Tours that stops at different shops and provides delicious foods for everyone. Whichever restaurant you choose, start with a pre-dinner drink at a local brewery, such as Network Brewery or the Blinking Owl Distillery.
Other Local Attractions
If you’re not interested in any of the activities listed above, there are plenty of other things to do in the area. Disneyland Park is also located about 7 miles away. But, that’s not all, this area is plentiful with different parks, zoos, and even the Upper Newport Bay Nature Preserve. Whatever your sensibility, you can find something of interest in or around Santa Ana.