Ultraviolet Awareness Month: Why Wearing Sunglasses Is Key to Preventing Macular Degeneration
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.
January 2023 | Low Vision: Frequently Asked Questions
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
Low Vision: Three Caregiving Tips
November is National Family Caregivers Month. We understand the challenges that those with low vision have.
Getting Clear About Low Vision
Happy National Low Vision Awareness Month! In the spirit of awareness, let’s challenge what you may think you know about it.
January 2022 | A Low Vision Expert, Dr. George Kornfeld, Continues To Change the Lives of People With Macular Degeneration
Dr. George Kornfeld, a low vision specialist with over 50 years of experience, heads Low Vision Optometry of Western New York, a low vision optometry practice in Rochester, New York. Established in 1993…
Western New York Optometrist Launches Macular Degeneration Solutions
Low Vision Optometry of Western New York, a low vision optometry practice with locations in Rochester, Niagara Falls, Syracuse, Buffalo, and Elmira, New York as well as Scranton and Clarks Summit in Pennsylvania, has launched their updated low vision exam services.
May 2019 | Eye Doctor George Kornfeld Focuses On Low Vision
George Kornfeld, a low vision optometrist, received a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Yeshiva University and graduated from The Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 1971.
He is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and a member of its low vision section.