Welcome to Southeast Vision Rehabilitation

As “baby boomers” are starting to age we are seeing an increase in eye diseases that are impairing vision.  As eye diseases advance, vision deteriorates.  In the early stages regular glasses are able to help, but there comes a point where regular glasses don’t make a difference.  When that happens there are a variety of options available to help.

We provide very special aids to help our patients with low vision.  In addition to evaluating which low vision devices will increase quality of life for our patients, we train patients to use their remaining sight so they can function as independently as possible and continue to enjoy  high quality of life.

Southeast Vision Rehabilitation also specializes in treating patients that have incurred vision problems from head trauma or brain injury. Regardless of the reason for the head injury, vision problems often occur as a result.  These vision problems can cause complete or partial vision loss, or be as subtle as an eye coordination problem which results in double vision, balance and movement problems, dizziness and motion sickness.

The good news is that we are able to help. There are a variety of different treatment options, the first step is to schedule an evaluation so that Dr. McBryar can help determine what will provide you with the most relief.

Whether you are looking for low vision solutions or require solutions for brain injuries, you have come to the right place.

What is Low Vision?

Simulation of How Low Vision Can Look
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Impaired vision: vision that cannot be corrected by glasses, contacts or through use of therapeutic or surgical treatments and impairs one’s ability to function normally. 

Common causes are: macular degeneration (leading cause of vision impairment for those over 65), diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, cataracts, retinitis pigmentosa, corneal diseases, optic nerve atrophy and strokes.

What is Low Vision?  

Low Vision Evaluation

If you or a loved one has low vision, the first step is a low vision evaluation where Dr. McBryar will determine what vision is available that will respond to the special low vision aids.  Once we determine what works best, Dr. McBryar will review your choices with you.

What is Low Vision?  

Low Vision Devices   

Double Vision?

Double vision is common after a head injury or stroke.

It is vital to the rehabilitation process that double vision is treated as soon as possible; the overall rehabilitation will otherwise be significantly delayed. 

Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation  
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