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Testimonials & Success Stories

Jason Craig

“I’ve been able to get back behind the wheel and drive again. Now I am able to get back some of my freedom, ability to see, and drive. The majority of what I do is computer and reading work. Dr. Shuldiner was able to give me many tools and techniques and the proper glasses to improve my capabilities of reading.”

Glen Letcher

“I can see the lines on the road that I couldn’t see that well before. They used to blend in with the blacktop, where the E-Scoop glasses sharpen them up.”

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Testimonials from the late great actress Jane Russell

They may look ugly, but they are beautiful to me.

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Dr. Jared Gorsuch

Psychiatric resident.
Dx: Stargardt’s Disease
Goals: Driving; Reading; writing
VA: 20/160 (passes California vision requirement). Able to achieve better distance vision and sign reading with combination E-Scoop/Bioptic Telescopic glasses. Able to achieve reading and writing (for charting patient notes) with reading telescopes.

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Clifford Hone

Age: 53
Dx: Detached Retina, both eyes.
Former adm. Assistant now on disability. Desires to read street signs and newsprint. Prescribed Bioptic Spectacles for driving; Full diameter spectacles for reading.

Ken Magdanz

Age: 81
Dx: Macular Degeneration.
Goals: play bridge, reading, TV.
Vision very poor at 20/400.
Able to achieve TV with full diameter telescope spectacles. Able to achieve bridge cards with bifocal reading caps over the telescopes. Unable to achieve newsprint reading.

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Audrey Boeh

“It has been a pleasure wearing the E-Scoops since obtaining them last Friday! It was wonderful being able to watch our granddaughter in her Junior Olympic Water Polo meets this past weekend. Thank you!”

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AAO Video on Low Vision

Safe Driving with Stargardt's Disease

Dr. Chris Palmer Talks Low Vision

Dr. Edward Paul Featured On PBS

Where is the Macula