#MeetTheBlind: Wesley H.
PATIENT: WESLEY H. Why did the patient come in? Wesley came in with extreme vision loss due to experimental surgeries that left him legally blind. What was the main problem the patient was having? Wesley was driving without a license and wanted to find a way to drive legally. What did his low vision doctor prescribe? After a thorough low vision exam and an intense two-week driving course, Dr. Cusic, who specializes in helping folks who have severe vision loss, prescribed Wesley a bioptic telescope.What were the results? Wesley was the first person in Washington State to get his Bioptic Motorcycle license. Can I get a Bioptic Motorcycle License from my local low vision doctor? This depends on where you live and the condition of your vision. Call our office for your free low vision phone consultation to find out what your options are: 888-882-2040 Conclusion Dr. Palmer focuses on improving your remaining vision rather than trying to cure it. Contacting us early can greatly improve your quality of life!
I felt like Dr. Palmer took his time and gave me a thorough exam in regards to my macular degeneration. There are no magic bullets but I do see better with my new glasses with prisms. I enjoy reading and as long as I have adequate light and wear my new glasses, I can read large print books.
of Walmart Vision Center
"Dr. Palmer is our trusted specialist when it comes to patients' low vision needs. He provides the amazing service that patients deserve. We really enjoy working with him!"
a MN housewife who lost vision to retinal detachment and Glaucoma: “I was missing out on watching baseball on TV and being able to do my craftwork. The special glasses I got really help.”
“The bioptic telescopes help me stay active and independent.”
law student and firefighter with Stargardt's disease: It's great that there is help for people like me that have lost vision. The glasses from Dr. Palmer give me hope to continue to do the job I love.
mechanic with Macular Degeneration, uses his bioptics from Dr. Palmer to continue to drive and enjoy the scenery on family trips.
a retired teacher with AMD: “I use the bioptic glasses Dr. Palmer prescribed for me to watch my grandson play football in the Metrodome and to recognize people better at a distance. When you don't see well, you're willing to try different things.”
a recent Concordia College graduate from Africa: “I was born with Ocular Albinism and told I wouldn't be able to get a driver's license. When I heard about these telescopic glasses, I was curious, but skeptical. With Dr. Palmer's help, I am able to drive and able to enjoy the world from a distance instead of having to get up close to everything to see.”
who has macular degeneration, “I thought all I wanted was help with reading, and I realized I also missed out on seeing my family's expressions and enjoying TV, and the glasses Dr. Palmer prescribed me really help.”