Can Tetris cure Lazy Eye? Tetris, released in 1985, has stood the test of time and now may prove to be useful to treat Amblyopia, or more commonly referred to as Lazy Eye. According to a study conducted by McGill University scientists, Tetris has shown to treat lazy eye by having both eyes, not just […]Read More Can Tetris cure Lazy Eye?
I really enjoy practicing in the world of primary eye care. Refractions, non-invasive procedures, and providing eye wear and contact lenses to the public are a worthy calling for eye care professionals. But sometimes the medical and vision needs of patients become a little more complicated, and we must coordinate a higher level of care […]Read More Eye Care Emergencies- Now or Later? written by Jason Smith OD,MS,FABCO
CVS? You thought it was a pharmacy. When an Optometrist or Ophthalmologist use the term CVS, they are referring to a increasing problem. The acronym stands for Computer Vision Syndrome. The main symptoms of CVS, is eye fatigue, eye strain, trouble focusing on a computer, double vision, and dry eye. Due to the everyday use […]Read More Computer Vision Syndrome; and You Thought CVS was just a Pharmacy…
What is LASIK? LASIK is an elective procedure that can correct certain refractive errors in patients eyes. In less than 10 minutes, the LASIK procedure can treat a vast range of refractive errors such as, nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism. The LASIK procedure corrects these refractive errors by reshaping the cornea, the clear front part of […]Read More Advantages and Risks Associated with LASIK Surgery
Ehh, Whats up Doc? Bugs Bunny had the right idea! Carrots contain a high amount of vitamin A, which is an essential nutrient for healthy vision. Eating carrots will provide you with vitamin A but it is not limited to what Bugs Bunny ate. Vitamin A is also found in milk, cheese, egg yolk, and […]Read More May is Healthy Vision Month! Take care of your vision with these simple techniques!