|Contact lens Related Red Eye||Cataract Evaluation and Post op comanagement|
|Dry eye||Glaucoma Evaluation and Treatment|
|Superior Punctate Keratitis||Macular Degeneration Evaluation and monitoring|
|Conjunctivitis (Pink Eye)||Diabetic Retinopathy / Hypertensive retinopathy|
|Corneal Abrasion||Ocular Headache|
|Corneal Ulcer (eye infection)||Posterior Vitreous Detachment|
|Pingueculitis||Eye Inflamation (Blepharitis, Uveitis)|
LASIK Evaluation / Pre and Post operative care is also available at Visio Eyecare.
Glaucoma – Silence thief of sight
Glaucoma is a group of eye diseases that lead to progressive damage of the optic nerve. As the optic nerve is key to the transmission of information from the eye to the brain, glaucoma can result in a gradual, irreversible loss of vision, and eventually blindness.
Are you at risk?
Anyone can develop glaucoma, but certain risk factors can put you at higher risk, such as:
Unfortunately, glaucoma is a disease that continues to remain under-diagnosed. During your routine exam at Visio Eyecare, our doctor will access the health of your optic nerve and check your eye pressure. If diagnosed, our doctor is certified to treat glaucoma therapeutically.
A cataract is a clouding of the lens inside your eye typically caused by the natural aging process, secondary to exposure to UV light. However, cataracts can also be caused by certain medications, health conditions, or trauma. If you are experiencing:
those are symptoms of cataract. Our doctor at Visio Eyecare will evaluate for the level of your cataract and work closely with the ophthalmologist to co-manage for your surgical care.
Diabetic Retinopathy is the most common diabetic eye disease and a leading cause of blindness in American adults. Hypertensive Retinopathy is an eye disease that is caused by high blood pressure. They are both related to changes in the blood vessels of the retina. At first, you may not notice changes to your vision, but over time, diabetic and hypertensive retinopathy can get worse and cause vision loss. VISIO EYECARE works closely with your primary care physician to help monitoring your systemic health and its ocular manifestation.
A Comprehensive Dilated Eye Exam should be done at least once a year for Diabetic patients.