As a low vision doctor specializing in the rehabilitation of patients who suffer from decreased vision, Dr. Dirk Gray serves the areas of Great Bend and Oberlin, Kansas as well as McCook, Nebraska.
Having graduated with honors from the University of Nebraska at Kearney and receiving his Doctorate in Optometry from Indiana University School of Optometry of Bloomington, Indiana in 1996, Dr. Gray is committed to helping patients who have been told that glasses will no longer help their vision.
As a member of the American Optometric Association, both the Kansas and Nebraska Optometric Associations, as well as the Beta Sigma Kappa Honorary Optometric Society, Dr. Gray is able to keep up with the most recent advances for the vision impaired. He is also a Fellow of the International Academy of Low Vision Specialists. Dr. Gray is deeply committed to discovering the latest in low vision technologies to help enhance his patients’ sight.
Offering services to identify the reason behind vision loss, Dr. Gray investigates the symptoms of macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and other conditions often thought impossible to help.
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The Weigel Williamson Center for Visual Rehabilitation at Nebraska Medicine helps people with impaired vision regain their independence by providing adaptive technologies and training to help you make better use of your current eyesight. While we may not be able to restore your vision, we are committed to preserving your freedom, spirit, and quality of life.
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