concussioncare

Scientific research shows that approximately 86% of patients suffering from a concussion have some level of visual dysfunction such as; issues with tracking, eye teaming, focusing, and peripheral vision.  Visual dysfunction can not only affect how clearly you see, but also your balance, mood, sleep, cervical tone and mental clarity.

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dryeyetherapy

Dry eyes are not just a nuisance, they are often the result of a chronic and progressive ocular disease known as meibomian gland dysfunction. So why treat the dryness with artificial tears that comfort the eyes but do not treat the root cause. 

myopiamanagement

We can now fight back and slow the rate of myopic or nearsighted progression your child undergoes with options such as specialty spectacle lenses, multi-focal contact lenses and 0.01% atropine drops taken daily. Ask your doctor about your options.

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primaryeyecare

We use advanced imaging equipment to help us enhance your eye care experience and to detect ocular disease in its earliest stage before there is vision loss. 

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