Enhancing Visual Field Loss After a Stroke or Brain Injury

Are you constantly missing out on things due to your lack of side vision? Are you worried about accidents or bumping into people unexpectedly? Your safety and peace of mind are our top priorities at Low Vision Specialists of Maryland and Virginia. That’s why we have developed NeuroVision Glasses to address the specific needs of individuals with visual field loss, especially those who have experienced a stroke.

Visual field loss, often experienced as a result of a stroke or brain injury, can significantly impact an individual’s quality of life. It affects their ability to navigate the world, losing peripheral vision to perform daily activities. However, there is hope. Low Vision Specialists of Maryland and Virginia is revolutionizing the field of vision rehabilitation by designing, NeuroVision Glasses, Customized Optical Systems, special glasses designed and built with specialty lenses and filters, that can widen the field of view and maximize vision for individuals with visual field loss.

We understand that previous attempts to assist stroke patients in increasing their field of view have fallen short, leaving them frustrated and without a satisfactory solution. That’s where NeuroVision Glasses come in. These Customized Optical Systems, are designed for each individual, with careful attention to the challenges faced by the individual with hemianopsia, providing important advantages over other field expansion methods.

low vision women wearing NeuroVision Glasses after Visual Field Loss from a strokeOne significant advantage of NeuroVision Glasses is their ability to enhance side vision awareness with the widest viewing area available. This allows for better field awareness in the direction of the hemianopsia. Unlike other solutions, NeuroVision Glasses offer a comprehensive and expansive visual experience, minimizing the limitations imposed by visual field loss. With NeuroVision Glasses, you won’t have to worry about missing out on important details or being caught off guard.

Additionally, NeuroVision Glasses feature a unique design that optimizes ease of use. The glasses have a vertical edge, making it effortless to access the expanded field of view. With just a simple movement of the eyes a couple of millimeters, you can instantly tap into the NeuroVision Glasses’ enhanced viewing area. This eliminates the need to navigate around cumbersome curves or limitations that other glasses may present. The convenience and efficiency of NeuroVision Glasses make them a true game-changer for individuals seeking to enhance their visual field.

At Low Vision Specialists of Maryland and Virginia, we are dedicated to improving your quality of life by providing cutting-edge solutions tailored to your specific visual needs. Our team of experts is committed to ensuring that you regain confidence in your daily activities, regain your independence, and feel safe in your surroundings. We believe that NeuroVision Glasses can make a significant difference in your life, empowering you to overcome the challenges posed by visual field loss.

Don’t let your lack of side vision hold you back any longer. Discover the benefits of NeuroVision Glasses at Low Vision Specialists of Maryland and Virginia. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards a more fulfilling and worry-free life.




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Understanding Visual Field Loss

Visual field loss is a condition characterized by the partial or complete loss of the ability to see in specific areas of the visual field. It can have various manifestations, such as tunnel vision, peripheral vision loss, scotoma, hemianopia, and homonymous hemianopia. This condition can significantly impact an individual’s mobility, orientation, and overall independence.

Peripheral Vision Loss: Peripheral vision loss refers to the specific loss of vision in the outer edges of the visual field while central vision remains intact. It can result in a reduced ability to see objects or movements occurring outside the central area of focus. This can impair tasks that require awareness of the surroundings, such as walking, driving, or detecting objects approaching from the sides.

Scotoma: A scotoma is a localized area of reduced or absent vision within the visual field. It can appear as a small or large blind spot and may be caused by various factors, including damage to the optic nerve or brain regions responsible for visual processing. Scotomas can disrupt the continuity of the visual field, affecting the perception of objects within the affected area.

Hemianopia: Hemianopia is the loss of vision in one-half of the visual field. It can occur in either the right or left side of the visual field in both eyes. For example, if an individual experiences right-sided hemianopia, they will lose vision in the right half of their visual field in both eyes. Hemianopia can significantly impact activities that require a wide field of view, such as reading, recognizing faces, or safely navigating through crowded environments.

Homonymous Hemianopia: Homonymous hemianopia is a specific type of visual field loss where the same half of the visual field is lost in both eyes. It occurs when the corresponding halves of the visual field from each eye are affected. For instance, if the right half of the visual field is lost in both eyes, it is referred to as right homonymous hemianopia. This condition can pose challenges in daily activities, as individuals may have difficulty perceiving objects on one side, affecting their spatial awareness and ability to interact with the environment effectively.

The impact of visual field loss on mobility, orientation, and independence cannot be overstated. It can affect a person’s ability to safely navigate their surroundings, recognize obstacles, drive, read, and engage in social interactions. Seeking assistance from low vision specialists and healthcare professionals who specialize in vision rehabilitation is crucial for individuals with visual field loss. These experts can provide personalized solutions, such as specialized optical systems and vision training, to maximize the remaining vision and improve quality of life.

Customized Optical Systems - NeuroVision Glasses

At Low Vision Specialists of Maryland and Virginia we understand that each individual’s visual needs are unique. We design NeuroVision Glasses, Customized Optical Systems to address specific challenges and provide tailored solutions to maximize vision. These systems often include specially designed glasses equipped with specialty lenses and filters, such as telescope lenses, microscope lenses, and neuro lenses. By leveraging specialized lenses, filters, and tints, we provide stroke and brain injury patients with visual field loss the opportunity to regain independence and improve their overall quality of life. These NeuroVision Glasses empower individuals to perform daily activities, navigate their environment, and engage in hobbies or professional pursuits that may have seemed unattainable.

Living with Visual Field Loss: Improving Life and Vision after a Stroke

Visual field loss following a stroke or brain injury can be a significant challenge for individuals seeking to maintain their independence and quality of life. However, with the help of Low Vision Specialists of Maryland and Virginia, there is hope. Through our expertise in designing  Customized Optical Systems, NeuroVision Glasses, we enable individuals with visual field loss to maximize their vision and regain a sense of control over their surroundings. By harnessing the power of technology and innovation, these specialized solutions offer a brighter future for those affected by visual field loss.

At Low Vision Specialists of Maryland and Virginia, we understand the challenges and frustrations that come with living with visual field loss, especially following a stroke. We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to regain their independence, engage in daily activities with confidence, and enjoy an improved quality of life. That’s why we are excited to introduce you to NeuroVision Glasses, a groundbreaking solution that can make a significant difference in your life after a stroke.

One of the most remarkable benefits of NeuroVision Glasses is their ability to widen your field of view. By expanding your visual awareness, these specialized glasses help you regain a sense of the world around you. The wider field of view provided by NeuroVision Glasses can enhance your spatial awareness, making it easier to navigate through crowded environments, recognize obstacles, and stay safe in your surroundings. No longer will you have to feel isolated or miss out on important details happening beyond your limited field of vision.

Moreover, NeuroVision Glasses often have the potential to provide vision for driving. Regaining the ability to drive can be a transformative experience, offering newfound freedom and independence. With NeuroVision Glasses, you can expand your visual field to meet the necessary requirements for safe driving, granting you the ability to travel with confidence and reach your desired destinations. The glasses are designed to optimize your peripheral vision, giving you the visual acuity necessary to make informed decisions while on the road.

We believe that your quality of life can be significantly improved with NeuroVision Glasses. They are not just a tool to enhance your vision; they are a gateway to regaining control over your daily activities and empowering you to live life to the fullest. Imagine being able to participate in social events without the fear of missing important cues or feeling overwhelmed by crowded spaces. NeuroVision Glasses can help restore your confidence and allow you to engage more fully in conversations, make eye contact, and connect with others on a deeper level.

The joy of enjoying the scenic views, watching your favorite movies, or reading books is not lost either. NeuroVision Glasses provide a wider visual field that enables you to fully appreciate these activities, bringing back the enjoyment and engagement that may have been diminished by your visual field loss.

Living with visual field loss after a stroke can be challenging, but NeuroVision Glasses offer hope and the potential for significant improvement. These glasses have the power to enhance your vision and transform your life. Don’t let visual field loss limit your potential—embrace the possibilities that NeuroVision Glasses can offer.

Contact us at Low Vision Specialists of Maryland and Virginia today to schedule a consultation. Let us guide you towards a brighter future, where you can regain your independence, confidence, and live life on your own terms with NeuroVision Glasses.

Contact Low Vision Specialists of Maryland and Virginia to Learn about NeuroVision Glasses for Visual Field Loss

If you or a loved one have lost vision due to a stroke, a brain injury, Scotoma, Hemianopia, or another low vision condition causing peripheral vision loss there is hope! Since 1975, Dr. Thomas Azman at Low Vision Specialists of Maryland and Virginia has helped thousands of low vision patients regain independence and quality of life. Call today to schedule your complimentary record review and phone consultation with Dr. Azman – go over all your options and learn how we can maximize your vision and change your life.

A low vision magnification assessment, a prescribed custom optical device, or an over the counter low vision aid (i.e wearable technology) shall never be a substitute for routine medical eye care with your primary or specialists eye care practitioner.

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