Your vision is a precious gift, and maintaining it should be a top priority. A key component of preserving your eye health is ensuring you get the right vitamins and nutrients in your diet.
Here at Low Vision Optometry of Western New York, our primary goal is to empower people with cataracts by maximizing their remaining vision and equipping them with the necessary tools and strategies to navigate their daily lives.
The month of May is Ultraviolet Awareness month, and it’s a great opportunity to raise awareness of the dangers of UV radiation and the importance of wearing UV-protective eyewear.
February is Low Vision Awareness Month, and to commemorate this important event, Dr. George Kornfeld, a low vision optometrist, is sharing the story of Clayton
Ever since optometrist William Feinbloom introduced the first low vision glasses in 1936, there have been low vision solutions that, for whatever reason, are not known to the general public (unlike hearing aids.)
January 2023 | Low Vision Awareness Month: A Patient’s Story from Dr. George Kornfeld, OD, FAAO, FIALVS
February is Low Vision Awareness Month, and to commemorate this important event, Dr. George Kornfeld, a low vision optometrist, is sharing the story of Clayton D. Clayton, a patient with rod-cone dystrophy and nystagmus
November is National Family Caregivers Month. We understand the challenges that those with low vision have.
While most patients at Low Vision of Western New York are senior citizens, YES! young people can have low vision.
A low vision exam is different from a conventional eyesight checkup. It includes a series of questions and involves a unique chart and equipment to determine the amount of usable eyesight a person has. Before the evaluation, Dr. Kornfeld asks a series of questions in the complimentary low vision phone consultation to understand the extent […]
Dr. George Kornfeld was first exposed to optometry by his father, Dr. Seymour Kornfeld, who had a practice in Elmira, NY.