Provides comprehensive vision care including fitting and prescribing customized contact lenses to correct myopia (nearsightedness), hyperopia (farsightedness), astigmatism and presbyopia (age-related problem of focusing at near).
Provides evaluation and management for patients under six years of age, patients whose development is at a preschool level, and patients of all ages with eye teaming problems such as amblyopia "lazy eye", diplopia "double vision", and strabismus "crossed eye".
Providing quality prescription eyewear and sunglasses to the public at competitive prices. With over 1,500 frames from which to choose, our patients are sure to find name brand frames that not only look great but fit great.
Provides multidisciplinary service, training and resources in low vision rehabilitation to help people of all ages with vision loss lead independent and productive lives.
Devoted to exceptional clinical care, clinical based research, and therapeutic treatments in tear film disorders.
The Ocular Diagnostic and Medical Eye Service evaluates and treats patients with a wide range of conditions. Specialties include glaucoma, oculoplastics, neuro-ophthalmology, retinal disease, and cornea and external eye diseases.
The Myopia Management Service provides advanced, evidence-based treatments to help children from becoming so nearsighted (myopic). Children typically become myopic in their early school years, and increase in myopia until they reach early adulthood. It is during this time of rapid myopic progression that treatments offered by the Myopia Management Service will have the maximum impact.
Offering specialized evaluation and management of visual deficits resulting from concussion as well as mild, moderate, and severe acquired brain injury caused by accidents, strokes, brain tumor resections, and other neurologic disorders.
Helping patients seriously affected by the disease with visual disabilities including double vision and nystagmus in addition to patients with severe vision loss.