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Low Vision Care

Are you or a loved one suffering from vision loss? Are you having a hard time reading, seeing the television, or seeing the faces of family and friends? Many people are told by their doctors there is nothing more to do for their vision loss. However, many people can regain and maintain independence with low vision care.

Dr. Scott Ronhovde specializes in helping people with low vision see their best. He will call and speak with you on the phone to ensure you are a good candidate for low-vision care. Many patients regain their ability to read the paper and their mail, see their grandchildren play in sporting events, and even get their driver’s license with specialized eyeglasses and low-vision devices.

Call Magnuson Hopkins EyeCare at 402-375-5160 or send us an email at to schedule a phone consultation with Dr. Ronhovde.

The image below is intended to help friends and family understand one of the most common types of low vision we treat–central vision loss from macular degeneration and diabetic maculopathy. Magnification often allows patients with this condition to read and see details in faces again.

Scotoma Simulation (Low Vision)