Dr. Stamm sees low vision patients from Denver, Colorado Springs, Fort Collins, Boulder & the entire state of Colorado, Omaha, Lincoln & the entire state of Nebraska, the Sioux Falls area & the entire state of South Dakota. In addition to his Colorado office, he works out of the following offices:
Lifetime Eyecare, 218 w D St, McCook, NE
Nebraska eye institute, 2550 superior st, Lincoln, NE Family eyecare, 5118 W 26, Sioux Falls, SD
- Phone: 877-739-7723
Denver, CO 80206
- Friday:10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Your Low Vision Optometrist in Denver, CO
Hours & Location
If you or a loved one lives with visual impairment, we encourage you to visit Dr. Robert Stamm, experienced Low Vision Optometrist in Denver, CO. He invites patients who have suffered vision loss for any reason, including cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and retinitis pigmentosa to discover efficient ways to make the most of their remaining eyesight.
Dr. Stamm will assess your or your family member’s vision in order to recommend the most helpful Low Vision Aids. We stock a full selection of optics, magnifying glasses, and many new and advanced technologies that can enhance quality of life and promote independence. As a certified member of IALVS (International Academy of Low Vision Specialists), Dr. Stamm is always up-to-date on the latest therapies and low vision devices. Call to book a consultation in our Denver, CO, eye care office.
What’s There to See in Denver, CO?
History & Culture
Denver is the capital of Colorado and dates back to the era of the Old West. Take a walk down the oldest block of the city, Larimer Square, to view architectural landmarks from the 1800s. Alongside these Victorian buildings are many boutique shops and artisan food markets. Another particularly striking structure is the mansion of Molly Brown, famous survivor of the Titanic. If you’re in search of additional cultural attractions, we recommend strolling or biking around Lower Downtown Colorado, and make sure to visit the nearby Clyfford Still Museum, Denver Art Museum, and the History Colorado Center.
Denver, CO, sits in the South Platte River Valley, in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains and within clear sight of the Great Plains. The city earns its nickname “The Mile High City” for its awesome landscape, which is exactly one mile above sea level. To reach even higher, drive along the Mount Evans Scenic Byway to see a magnificent view of the Rockies. If heights don’t appeal to you, you can spend a day wandering through the exotic greenery of the Denver Botanic Gardens.
Nonstop Action for Sports Fans
If you’re looking for lively sports action, you’ve come to the right city. We are thrilled to be home to the Denver Broncos, three-time Super Bowl winners. Downtown Denver features three stadiums for football, baseball, basketball, and hockey. No matter what season it is, you can always catch a game in play in Denver, CO.