With more than 29 million people diagnosed with diabetes in the US, the chances are good that you or someone you know is struggling with this disease. It's considered a chronic disease epidemic and more needs to be done to raise awareness about it.Read More
Eye Care News
Welcome to our blog! We appreciate you stopping by. We'll be using this to post about eye related topics and news about the local community that might be of interest. If there are topics or questions you'd like us to address, please leave a comment and we'll try to get to it at some point in the near future. We feel fortunate to have the opportunity to provide eye care to each person that walks through our doors. So whether we see you in person or connect online, please stay in touch and let us know how we can help you.
Some schools start as early as 2 weeks from now and you can hear the collective groans from kids as they realize summer break is almost over. Of course, retail stores have been reminding us since early July and we should be grateful they didn't launch any Christmas displays yet.Read More
More than 22.3 million Americans have cataracts and it can effect all of us as we age. You're probably aware of someone like your parents or grandparents whose vision has been impacted by this condition.Read More
Spring is finally here! Birds are chirping and everything is turning green. But early indications are that we may be in for a bad season for allergy sufferers with pollen count already being at moderate levels due to our mild winter.Read More
Only 31 days remain in 2015 and we will conclude another successful year for our practice. We've helped more people with their eye care needs than before and we're always grateful to each person who steps into our practice.Read More
Aspire is a new frame collection that meets a niche for our patients looking for something unique and light weight. The frames are made of a light weight nylon material which is flexible and has memory. They are hypoallergenic, durable, and resist fading from UV exposure.Read More
If there's one thing we learned from the hulk, it's that gamma rays are bad. Super strength is cool but he's got some anger issues. In the digital age, our eyes are bombarded by light from smart phones, tablets, and indoor lights.Read More
Its fascinating how the smallest detail or decision can change the big picture. That one time you overslept or you didn't notice that your shoe was untied may have caused unforeseen consequences later on in the day.Read More
The vision our eyes provide are crucial for everyday activities. They help us stay informed on our smart phones, follow the yoga instructor, and see the starry heavens at night. Just as we are conscious to keep our bodies healthy, we should also make eye health a priority.Read More
The National Eye Institute (NEI) has designated the month of May as Healthy Vision Month. In support of that initiative, we'll be posting a series of blogs highlighting the five components of healthy vision. Let's put a bright spotlight on the steps we can take to ensure a lifetime of good eye health and vision. Stay tuned. ..
A new year - a blank, white canvas. As we begin to focus on the new year and make New Year's resolutions or add items to our bucket list, let us give you an eye care perspective of things you should consider for 2015:Read More