Comprehensive Eye Examinations

For The Whole Family

Disease Management

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Our disease management exams start with a comprehensive eye exams that includes the following: 


  • Baseline check of your vision

  • Check of your binocular vision

  • Prescription check

  • Neurological testing

  • Ocular pressure testing

  • Ocular health check

  • Expert advice on glasses, contact lenses, LASIK and maintaining healthy eyes


Each one of the above components allows us to develop a baseline for any ocular health conditions you have. Further testing such as visual field testing, may be needed to get a full understanding of the impact the condition has on your vision. 


Did you know that many ocular diseases will go undected until you've had a comprehensive eye exam? Conditions such as the following can go undetected by a patient: retinal holes, glaucoma, macular degeneration and diabetes can go undetected.


The great thing is that we have two eyes, the unfortunate thing is that when something happens to one eye we generally will not notice as we start to depend more on our good eye for the vision. It is really important to have your eyes tested annually with a fundus examination (an examination of the tissue at the back of the eye). It is the only place in the body we can take a look at your blood vessels, allowing us to not only detect ocular diseases but many systemic conditions such:







We are certified to give you a prescription for topical and certain oral medications should your condition require it. We treat conditions such as pink eye, iritis, dry eye, glaucoma, and much more. We've developped relationships with some of the best ophthalmologists to ensure that any specialty care that you require is availble to you. 

  • High Blood Pressure

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Diabetes


We look forward to meeting you and your family at your next eye exam.