Common Eye Disorders

Stargardt Disease
Stargardt disease is an inherited form of juvenile macular degeneration that causes progressive vision loss. Several genes are associated with this disorder. Vision loss symptoms typically develop before the age of 20, and include wavy vision, blind spots, blurriness, impaired color vision, and difficulty adapting to dim lighting.

The Vision Improvement Program can help improve all of the above symptoms and keep the eyes in a healthy state which can stop or slow down the progression of degeneration.