Children typically receive a brief visual screening in school, but these cursory exams may overlook more complicated vision problems. Vision issues are much more common among kids with certain disorders, making it essential to visit an optometrist experienced in vision therapy for a comprehensive vision exam to diagnose potential problems.
Intricate and complex, the eyes take in and process light and communicate information to the brain through electronic impulses. Several diseases and conditions – viral, bacterial, and genetic – affect the eyes and their ability to function properly. Any sign of unusual eye symptoms should prompt a visit with an eye care professional.
Myopia, or nearsightedness, is on the rise among children. There are a few different factors that have led to the affliction’s meteoric rise over the past decade but the truth has become crystal clear: myopia is more common...Read More
Myopia, more commonly known as “nearsightedness,” is a growing public health concern. Myopia in children has been steadily riding for decades, and left un- or under-treated, it can lead to worsening vision issues throughout...Read More
“For driven athletes in the making.” That is the slogan of Sports Vision Training — Complete Eye Care’s reimagined sports training program focused on improving athletic performance by focusing on athletes’ vision. Sports...Read More
In the realm of family eye care, you have a choice when investing in a provider. In addition to team members who respect your preferences and decisions, you need a vision care partner with the technological capabilities and eye...Read More
Eye color is a big deal. Along with being an identifiable feature listed on drivers licenses, eye color can be a distinguishing attribute that shows family resemblance or even makes someone appear more attractive. While eye color...Read More
Every person, regardless of age or vision, experiences eye symptoms at some point. Whether redness, dryness, blurriness, or a host of other issues, our eyes will periodically drift away from perfect condition. However, one symptom...Read More
Impaired vision affects more than 60% of the total population. If we examine older age brackets, that figure is even higher. A variety of factors can affect vision quality, most notably genetics, age, and pre-existing conditions....Read More
While most parents can remember a time before the internet, their children are true digital natives. Between smartphones, tablets and the rise of digital learning, kids are spending more time in front of screens than ever before,...Read More
For people with vision problems, glasses are an essential world-opening tool. They’re also a great way to express one’s identity and style. From corrective lenses to reading glasses to blue-light blockers, glasses are increasingly...Read More