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    Digital Vision Syndrome and How Neurolens Can Help

    Most of us spend a crazy amount of time looking at digital devices. Author: Dr. Christine Zlupko Cell phones, computers, and tablets are an integral part of our day-to-day lives. We can’t seem to escape from them. All this time with our eyes fixating on a near target can cause eyestrain and a myriad of […]

    Continue Reading June 21, 2022

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    Come As You Are

    by Tracy Sepich, O.D. (she/her/hers) We are all different. Some of us are tall; some petite. Some of us speak only English; to some English is a second language. Some of us worship a God; some rely on science. Some of us work in an office all day; some work with our hands. The professionals […]

    Continue Reading June 9, 2021

  • What’s up with Blue Blocking Glasses?

    There has been increased interest in blue blocking glasses during this pandemic due to increased dependence on computer, smart phone, and tablet use. However, blue-light, high-energy wavelengths of light between 420 and 480 nm on the visible light spectrum, can be both beneficial and harmful. Blue light is found in natural sunlight and is responsible […]

    Continue Reading April 7, 2021

  • Have a Flexible Savings Account?

    When it comes to your Flexible Savings Account, use it, don’t lose it! Restore Eye Care & Eye Gym is ready to safely serve your eye care needs. Schedule an appointment with us today!

    Continue Reading December 4, 2020

  • What is Remote Vision Therapy?

    (Eye Care During the COVID-19 Crisis) By David Skipper, COVT A while ago, I wrote a blog answering the question, “What is Vision Therapy?” and defined it as “a sequence of neurosensory and neuromuscular activities individually prescribed and monitored by the doctor to develop, rehabilitate and enhance visual skills and processing.”  This is the definition […]

    Continue Reading May 8, 2020

  • Are Your Contact Lenses Safe?

    Eye Care During the COVID-19 Crisis      When it comes to contact lens wear, the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), the AOA (American Optometric Association) and the AAO (American Academy of Optometry) want to reinforce that contact lenses are safe when you practice good hygiene procedures while handling lenses.       That said:  With the day […]

    Continue Reading April 20, 2020

  • Are Your Masks Fogging up your Glasses?

    Eye Care During the COVID-19 Crisis With the recommendation for everyone to wear a mask in public, how do we keep our glasses from fogging up? First of all, remember, your glasses are also protection from Coronavirus, so please keep wearing them. Secondly, remember that your glasses are a surface which viruses can live on, […]

    Continue Reading April 10, 2020

  • Children’s Eye Examinations

    Important for Vision Development and Academic Success A child’s eyes go through many changes during the early years of their lives. During this time, eye health examinations by an eye care professional are critical to ensuring proper development of the visual system.  Throughout childhood, regular visits to the pediatrician are vital to maintaining good health, […]

    Continue Reading December 3, 2019

  • Vision Therapy is Not Just For Kids

    By Dave Skipper The other day, I saw a patient who has symptoms of double vision and difficulty with hand-eye coordination. He also complains of a loss of place while reading and loss of concentration during task performance. He misreads words. These are common complaints I see from younger children. However, this patient is a […]

    Continue Reading April 4, 2019

  • What is Vision Therapy?

    What is Vision Therapy? By David Skipper, Vision Therapist Vision Therapy is defined by the American Optometric Association as a sequence of neurosensory and neuromuscular activities individually prescribed and monitored by the doctor to develop, rehabilitate and enhance visual skills and processing. Convergence Insufficiency (CI) is a diagnosis commonly seen among individuals that have visual complaints. […]

    Continue Reading February 5, 2019