Dr. Errol Rummel is Director of Rummel Eye Care/Low Vision Care Center, a long-established and respected complete eye care practice. His research in the field consistently leads to new solutions. Recently, his achievements earned him status as Fellow of the International Academy of Low Vision Specialists. He is the only eye doctor in New Jersey to attain that standing.
Low vision refers to visual impairment not helped by standard glasses, medical care, surgery, or eye injections. Low vision can be caused by common eye diseases like macular degeneration or diabetic retinopathy, as well conditions like glaucoma or inoperable cataracts. Dr. Errol Rummel custom designs advanced telescope and microscope glasses to improve eyesight of those with untreatable visual impairment.
Dr. Errol Rummel holds a Doctor of Optometry from Salus University's Pennsylvania College of Optometry. Dr. Rummel is a Diplomate of the National Board of Examiners in Optometry, and he is one of few eye doctors in the USA who is Clinical Skills Certified (Level 3) in Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation as well as COVD Board Certified in Vision Development/Vision Therapy.
In addition to Dr. Errol Rummel's skill in providing state-of-the-art eye examinations and contact lenses, his affiliation with those special practice organizations has afforded him training and experience in areas of eye care not provided by most eye doctors, including treatment of patients with macular degeneration, double vision, learning-related vision problems, stroke complications, head injuries, and multiple sclerosis. His practice also provides ophthalmological care, including cataract surgery and Lasik refractive surgery.