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Headaches

Did you know that your headaches could be a result of eye misalignment? Your eyes and brain work closely together to interpret the world around you and process all of the visual information you’re receiving. When your eyes are misaligned, even a little, you can experience headaches. If headaches are a daily occurrence in your life, schedule a comprehensive eye exam to finally get relief!

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Dry Eye Disease 

There are several types of dry eye disease that can make life very uncomfortable due to poor tear production. While some forms can be treated with medication or drops, some forms of dry eye disease can be treated with in-office procedures.

Ocular Nutrition

What you give your body nutritionally can have a profound impact on your eye health. There are essential nutrients that you need to incorporate daily to stay healthy and help reduce the risk of certain eye diseases like glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration.

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Brain Injury & Concussion Recovery

Brain injuries and concussions can cause a wide range of vision problems. Because the pathways in the brain have been disrupted, the patient can experience blurred vision, sensitivity to light, dizziness, double vision, problems focusing, among other things. While the eyes have the ability to see clearly, the brain has a difficult time processing due to the trauma.

Neuro-rehabilitation, vision training, and prism lenses are effective treatments for the visual symptoms of head injuries and concussions. 

Strabismus

Strabismus (crossed eyes) is the condition where both eyes do not focus together. This can be caused by poor muscle control or farsightedness. Difficulties can include headaches, poor motor control, or depth perception issues. 

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Diabetic Eye Care

Because the retina is made of tiny blood vessels, it is important to monitor your retina regularly when you have diabetes. A disruption in the blood vessels in the retina can cause many different conditions that may contribute to vision loss and blindness. 

Macular Degeneration

Macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss. It occurs when there is damage to the retina and can be diagnosed through a comprehensive exam. Although there is no cure for macular degeneration, early detection can help slow its progression. 

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Cataracts

Cataracts are caused by a clouding of the lens of the eye. Cataracts are very common conditions that can be related to the aging process.

Glaucoma

Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness and is caused by damage to the optic nerve. There are typically no warning signs for glaucoma, which is why it is so important to have regular eye exams. 

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Keratoconus

With Keratoconus, the clear tissue on the front of an eye bulges outward, causing blurred vision and heightened sensitivity to light. This can be corrected with eyeglasses or contacts or may require a cornea transplant.