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Learn more about optometry care in our blog!

What is Neuro-Optometry?

Neuro-optometry is a specialized field of optometry that focuses on the connection between the eyes and the brain. As a neuro-optometrist, I don't just focus on the physical health of your eyes. I also consider how your eyes work together and how your brain processes the information they provide. This approach allows me to diagnose and treat conditions that might not be apparent during a standard eye exam.

School Vision Screenings vs. Comprehensive Eye Exams

Taking care of your eyes and vision is vital for a healthy lifestyle. Vision screening helps detect basic eyesight issues, while comprehensive eye exams thoroughly examine vision and eye health.

Importance of Protective Eyewear in Sports

If you love sports, you know it is essential to wear the right gear. Wearing protective eyewear in certain sports will keep your eyes safe while in your game.

What Myopia Treatments Are Available for My Child?

Myopia or nearsightedness is a common vision problem affecting millions worldwide. Recent studies also show that it is now becoming more common among children.

How Often Does My Child Need an Eye Exam?

As a parent, you must ensure your little one's eyes are healthy for their overall well-being. Eye exams are a vital part of maintaining eye health.

Signs Your Child Has Myopia

People of all ages, including children, can have myopia, also known as nearsightedness. People with this condition have trouble seeing far-off objects. It is essential for parents to monitor their children's vision and watch for myopia symptoms.

Who Can Benefit From Vision Therapy?

Vision therapy is an eye training program that an optometrist conducts to improve visual skills and abilities. It is a noninvasive, nonsurgical method of treating different visual conditions. Even though many people consider it something for kids, it also has advantages for adults.

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