Seniors and falls
Falls are the leading cause of injuries for seniors. In addition to threatening their health and independence, falls also generate significant costs.
Healthy eating for productivity and vision
Research has determined that a healthy lifestyle, including proper nutrition, can significantly reduce the risk of eye health problems.
Seniors and eye health
A visit to your eye care professional may reveal some early signs of various forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease.
Children and digital eye strain
Virtual instruction means that children will be heavily reliant on devices for learning, which could result in digital eye strain.
Life saving eye exam
Regular eye exams are not only important for our vision but also vital for disease prevention and the detection of serious medical conditions.
Blue light lenses
We are constantly surrounded by screens. Luckily, there are a number of solutions available to help mitigate the symptoms of digital eye strain.
Woman putting in contact lenses
Approximately 45 million Americans wear contact lenses. Not caring for them properly can lead to infections and damage to your eyes.
Child eye exam
Every parent wants to give their child the best chance to have a healthy and productive life. Regular eye exams are key to achieving this goal.
Woman getting eye exam
A routine eye exam is an “early detection” strategy for overall health. Early detection and treatment of vision impairment, eye disease and chronic health conditions leads to improved quality of life and reduced healthcare costs.