Did you know?
Macular degeneration is a very common eye problem and the most frequent cause of visual impairment in people older than 60.
Dr. Braudway is a board-certified optometric physician who specializes in low vision rehabilitation. She is a contributing researcher with the Low Vision Research Network and participates in clinical trials related to vision rehabilitation.
An Outstanding Educational Background
Undergraduate: Christi State University, Corpus Christi, Texas, B.S.
Optometry School: University of Houston College of Optometry, Houston, Texas, O.D., magna cum laude
Low Vision Fellowship: Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Wilmer Eye Institute, Baltimore, Maryland
Honored by Her Colleagues
Board Certified, Optometric Physician
Fellow, American Academy of Optometry
Local Society Member of the Year – Florida Optometric Association
Lake Region Optometric Association
Florida Optometric Association – Low Vision Committee Member
American Optometric Association – Low Vision Rehabilitation Section
American Academy of Optometry – Low Vision Section
Division of Blind Services
Research and related works
Dr. Braudway is a contributing researcher with the Low Vision Research Network and participates in clinical trials related to vision rehabilitation. She acts as consultant and patient care advisor, assisting numerous local organizations devoted to helping people with vision impairment.
Active Member in the Community
Dr. Braudway and her husband reside in Lake Alfred, Florida, and both are active in the community and local charities. Her hobbies are cooking and tennis. They have one child.