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Tennessee Optometrist Dr. John Pino Offers Multi-Prong Treatment Involving Technology and Nutrition to Low Vision Patients with AMD and Other Vision Conditions
Date:12/18/2013

emphasizes that “While every case is different and results vary, most of my patients can enjoy a better quality of life and far greater independence.”

Whatever the cause of vision problems, Dr. Pino offers the latest advances in optical technology including custom telescoping lenses, microscopic glasses and the new E-Scoop glasses. “Thanks to sight enhancing lenses that are different from standard glasses clients can regain abilities to read, watch TV, drive and see faces more clearly,” he said.

It’s an all-encompassing approach for Dr. Pino, who says he has a 90 percent success rate. “Often it’s a loved one that does the research for an aging parent or a relative who is having vision problems, and I make sure everyone involved is informed and comfortable during the treatment process,” said Dr. Pino.

If you are interested in learning more about the low vision technology, contact Dr. Pino and he will speak with you over the phone, at no cost, to see if you are an ideal candidate for a low vision evaluation or special glasses.

Visit http://www.lowvisiontn.com or call 1-855-405-8800 More information about living with vision loss can be found on The International Academy of Low Vision Specialists web site: http://www.IALVS.com.

About Dr. Pino:

Dr. John Pino O.D., Ph.D. is clinical director of one of the largest Optometric practices in Tennessee. He is a member of both the American Optometric Association and the Tennessee Optometric Association. Dr. Pino is also a Fellow of the International Academy of Low Vision Specialists (IALVS), an elite group of only 31 professionals worldwide. Dr. Pino holds a Ph.D. in the field of nutrition. He places great emphasis on the importance of nutrition with his patients. As a former cancer survivor, he is passionate abo
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