A CU Medicine provider.
Our team consists of optometrists specializing in Low Vision Rehabilitation and occupational therapists with expertise in working with low vision patients. Our overall goal is to increase independence and quality of life by addressing the specific visual tasks/needs individually. We work with each patient to develop their unique treatment plan based on the patient’s specific goals for improving their visual function for their daily activities.
In my spare time I enjoy being outdoors: hiking, camping, skiing, kayaking and biking.
Qualifications and experience
- Eyes and Vision, Eyes and Vision - Low Vision, Eyes and Vision - Optometry, Optometry, Rehabilitation Therapy, Rehabilitation Therapy - Low Vision
- Languages spoken
University of Minnesota–Twin Cities (MN) (1987)
University of Houston (1998)
- Clinical interest for patients
My main interest is Low Vision Rehabilitation, which helps persons with permanent vision loss maximize the use their remaining vision through optical and non-optical strategies. I work with patients as young as 3-4 years to 100+ years.
- Research interest for patients
My research interests include quality of life and outcome measures of vision-related topics.
- Volunteer activities
I served on the Colorado Commission for Individuals who are Blind or Visually Impaired (CCIBVI) and also work with the Low Vision Committee of the Colorado Optometric Association (COA). I am on the local organizing committee for ISLRR's Vision 2023 international conference to be held in Denver in 2023.
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