Category: Education Center
- Feb 1st, 2023
Retinal Tears and Detachments
This blog post will inform you about retinal tears and detachments: their causes, the diagnosis process, and the treatment options. Stay with us to learn more.
- Aug 31st, 2022
How Common Are Degenerative Retinal Conditions?
When it comes to the retina, many conditions can cause degeneration of the retinal tissues, resulting in symptoms such as loss of vision, blurriness, distorted vision, an increase in flashes and/or floaters, difficulty completing everyday tasks like reading or driving, and even pain.
- Jul 28th, 2022
Eye Injury Prevention: 4 Ways to Be Proactive at Home and Work
While in the safety of your home, it’s easy to forget about protecting your eyes, but it’s important to keep in mind. This means ensuring your tools and other equipment are not old or damaged, and wearing protective glasses when exposed to small objects or excessive dust.
- Jun 30th, 2022
Pediatric Retina Conditions Overview
Although rare, infants, children, and adolescents are susceptible to retina conditions typically occurring due to genetic predispositions, infection, injury, or prematurity.
- May 31st, 2022
What Happens to the Retina as We Age?
Many simply assume that worsening vision quality and aging go hand-in-hand and that there’s not much that can be done. However, this is not exactly accurate as there is more to the story of how aging can impact our eyes.
- Apr 28th, 2022
5 Reasons to Take Diabetic Retina Health Seriously
Diabetic eye disease takes many forms, and it’s important to know what to look out for in order to stay ahead of your visual health.
- Mar 30th, 2022
How Does Vascular Health Play a Role in How Well We Can See?
When thinking about your health, it is important to remember that your body is a network. A problem in one part of the body is most likely not an isolated issue, but rather systemic.
- Feb 25th, 2022
February Is National Age-Related Macular Degeneration Month
Although many patients experience less severe forms of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the condition can sometimes lead to permanent vision loss, especially if not caught early on.
- Jan 28th, 2022
Is it Pink Eye or Uveitis?
If your eyes are red, itchy, and tearing excessively, you might just assume that you have pink eye, which is very common and highly transmittable. However, these symptoms can actually indicate something else, something you might not have heard of until just now: uveitis.
- Dec 30th, 2021
The Underlying Health Conditions That Increase Your Risk for Vision Loss
Your eyes are not only the window to the soul--they can also be a window into your health. Most people will experience some form of vision loss or impairment in their life, particularly as they age.