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We assist an extensive number of low vision conditions.

Common types of low vision include:

Central vision loss
Peripheral (side) vision loss
Blurred vision
Generalized haze
Extreme light sensitivity
Night blindness

Macular degeneration
Stargardt's disease
Diabetic retinopathy
Retinitis pigmentosa
Cataracts, Glaucoma
Albinism, Leber's disease
Cone-rod dystrophy
Neuro-ophthalmology disorders
[or Nerve-related vision disorders]

Do you suffer
from low vision?

At Low Vision Specialists of Maryland and Virginia, we believe that low vision does not have to stop you from enjoying a normal life. We offer a variety of customized options and wearable devices to assist those with low vision by giving them back the gift of sight. With convenient office locations throughout Maryland and Virginia, we are here to help you find your low vision solution.

Experience +
Passionate Service

Low Vision Specialists of Maryland and Virginia has a passion for helping people see. Led by Dr. Thomas Azman, O.D., with over 44-years of experience assisting patients with low vision, you can trust Low Vision Specialists.

Dr. Azman, O.D. offers house calls for those patients whose vision problems make it difficult to leave the house. Our goal is to help as many patients as possible so they receive the proper care in order to see again.

Helping Patients
w/ The Right Solution

At Low Vision Specialists of Maryland and Virginia, our goal is to provide individual solutions for each of our patients. We have a wide variety of low vision devices that are designed to compensate for vision loss conditions/problems that cannot be addressed through traditional glasses and contacts. This allows our patients, many of whom are deemed legally blind, to regain the ability to see and perform routine tasks.

In addition to our custom optical systems, we also work with patients to address lifestyle changes that can help support and improve vision. Sometimes, patients can use vitamin therapy to help provide the macula with the proper nutrients and stop further degeneration. Patients who are living with vision loss due to neurological conditions, such as traumatic brain injury, can benefit from neuro-optometric rehabilitation.


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