Comprehensive Eye Care
Most people think that a trip to the eye doctor is about updating their eyewear prescriptions. The fact is, determining your eye health is the most important thing we do during your examination. Think of a yearly eye examination as a “physical” for your eyes, and make it an essential part of your yearly healthcare program.
Our comprehensive eye exams include the following:
A detailed medical and ocular history
An Eye pressure assessment
Peripheral vision screening
Muscle balance testing
A determination of your prescription
A neurological assessment
A detailed internal and external ocular health examination
Eye Disease Management
You will also be carefully evaluated for many eye diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration and retinal vascular diseases such as diabetic retinopathy. As with other diseases, early detection, and your eye doctor’s care can make the difference not only in your vision, but also in your overall health and well-being.
Chances are that you spend more than a couple hours per day in front of a computer. If so, it is likely that you experience symptoms associated with Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). CVS symptoms can include headaches; tired, stressed, or burning eyes; loss of focus; blurred or double vision; and even shoulder and neck pain. In this case, we may prescribe specific lenses in order to maximize your visual abilities and comfort while on the computer.