Month: March 2018

By: Nick Blight, OD Commonly called “Lazy Eye”, amblyopia, is a condition that starts in early childhood, and if left untreated, persists through adult life. Amblyopia is defined as reduced vision (20/30 or worse) of an otherwise healthy eye. The decreased vision is due to poor development of the visual pathway between the eye and the brain. There […]

By: Brian Oulman, OD How often do you go to work and think, “I’m going to keep my eyes happy today?”  Chances are never. However, you probably make adjustments to your devices or put on safety glasses that make your eyes feel more comfortable, thus happy. Workplace eye injuries usually happen quickly and without warning, […]

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