Contacts, glasses, children’s vision, routine eye care, CRT corneal shaping, sports vision, lasik consultation, cataract consultation, kerataconus contact lens fitting, treatment of medical eye conditions.
Our eye examination can detect glaucoma, catatacts, macular degernation and many other eye conditions. We can treat conjuntivitis, eye infections, dry eyes and allergy eye conditions. We can remove foreign bodies and particles from your eyes. We offer a dilated retinal exam to monitor diabetes, hypertension, high cholestereol and offer Digital Retinal Photography for documentation and study.
Comprehensive Eye Examinations
When was the last time that you had an eye examination and felt all of your questions have been answered? Dr. Reed takes the extra time to answer any and all of your questions. If you have additional questions, after your appointment, he recommends that you call the office and speak directly to him or one of his staff.
Our basic exam includes:
- Personal and family medical history
- Distance and near visual acuity check
- Color vision screening
- Depth perception testing
- Computerized lens analysis of current prescription
- Auto-refraction and Auto-keratometry
- Strabismus screening
- Neurological pupil screening
- Determination of best correction for glasses
- Binocular near point testing
- External ocular health evaluation
- Internal ocular health evaluation
- Glaucoma pressure testing
- Follow up care as needed
- Dilated fundus examination if necessary.
State of the art instrumentation for Ocular Health Assessments, including Cataract, Glaucoma and Retinal evaluations
Children’s Eye Care
All children have complete medical examinations at their pediatrician’s office during their first five years of life. They are required by the school district to have another complete physical prior to entering kindergarten. Many times there are undiagnosed vision problems that go undetected, resulting in decreased performance at school.
- Learning in the first 11 years is 80% vision related
- 20% of children between 5 and 12 years old have vision problems that could affect their learning ability
- The visual system is neurologically developed by the age of nine
- Over 40% of high school students have vision problems, yet they continue to be undiagnosed
It is extremely important to begin child eye care at an early point in their lives. It is recommended that the children have their first examination around three years of age. After that point, Dr. Reed will consult with the parents as to the next needed appointment.
Some of the indications of visual problems in your child:
- Headaches, especially during school or reading activities
- Rubbing their eyes
- Losing place while reading
- Covering one eye or squinting
- Poor reading ability, not up to grade level in school
- Word reversal, beyond 7 years of age
- Holding reading material too close to eyes
- Reports blurry vision, at distance or near, constant or periodically
Any of these above indications would facilitate a routine examination.