An unbalanced tear film will be manifest in ocular discomfort and damage to the surface of your eyes. This condition is known as Dry Eye Disease. The best way to measure the extent of this imbalance is to have your eye doctor measure your tear film osmolarity.
Dr. Elaine Happ had responded to a Review of Optometry survey about having a business plan and budget for your practice. Her response was well received by the magazine’s editorial staff, who said it was rare to find an office that actually had such a detailed strategy for the upcoming year. The editor then asked if she could do a story on Uptown Eye Care and their 2012 strategy.
Dr. Mary Gregory joins several other volunteer eye doctors at the Children’s Healthy Eyes event, hosted by the Minnesota Optometric Association (MOA) and the Science Museum of Minnesota.
Age-related macular degeneration, often called AMD is the leading cause of vision loss among Americans age 65 and older. Because this group makes up an increasingly larger percentage of the population, vision loss from macular degeneration is a growing problem.
Monticello High School Career Day November 22nd
Dr. Gregory of Uptown Eye Care will be speaking speaking at the Monticello Rotary Club meeting on November 21st at the Best Western Chelsea Inn and Suites in Monticello. Dr Gregory’s topic will be Vision & Learning.
New River Medical Center is committed to helping members of our community learn how to better manage and prevent diabetes.
The stars are coming out for the Uptown Eye Care Fall Trunk Show! 50% off all in-stock frames! Register to WIN a FREE complete pair of glasses!
“25% of students in grades K-6 have visual problems that are serious enough to impede learning.” – American Public Health Association
As you start your back to school planning do NOT forget about the most important tool your child uses in the classroom…. his vision.