Duke Eye Center offers low vision rehabilitation services led by Diane Whitaker, MD, an optometrist who is an expert in low vision assessment and nationally recognized for contributions to advancing patient care. Duke's state-of-the-art vision rehabilitation center and occupational therapy program helps patients with vision loss manage day-to-day activities with training, tools, and therapy.
We offer a wide variety of services to help you manage your condition.
- Comprehensive visual function evaluation
- Onsite and remote assessments to determine the rehabilitation you may need
- Onsite demonstration and training to reduce your visual challenges
- Evaluation and training for implanted devices
The vision rehabilitation program at Duke is a top program in the country, one of two in the southeast and few in the country.
Duke Eye Center is consistently ranked among the top 10 in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. We provide compassionate and cutting-edge preventive, diagnostic, and therapeutic services to patients needing vision rehabilitation.