I recently read an article on OptometricOffice.com that addressed having a Facebook page for your clinic. While the majority of optometric offices have or plan to have a Facebook page, I was very surprised that over 30% of the practices that responded do not intend to create a Facebook page for the clinic.
Our annual spring sunglass event will be held on April 12th from 2-7pm. We will also be featuring the latest styles of some of our designer frames at 50% off regular pricing. Stop in to try on a pair of the best sunglasses available and register to win a free pair!
Dr Mary Gregory will be leading ADD ADHD or Vision Problem Workshop April 3 2012.
There are different causes of Dry Eye Disease, and, not surprisingly, there are different ways to treat Dry Eye Disease.
Dr. Elaine Happ, OD owns a vision center that offers comprehensive treatment for dry eye disease. “I have developed a treatment protocol that takes into account that each individual will respond differently to treatment.”
Once again Uptown Eye Care has been voted the best eye glass store by the Great River Readers Choice Awards and Dr. Mary Gregory received the award for best optometrist for the second year in a row!
We often get the question, what is the difference between an Optometrist and an Ophthalmologist? So today we will try our best to clear up this vexing question.
At Uptown Eye Care we do care about what our patients want when they visit us. In fact, we routinely ask our patients how they feel about the care, services and products they receive from us. Then, we make changes to accommodate the desires of our patients. Here are some of the changes we have made in response to the requests of our patients.
Computer Vision Syndrome Affecting 100 Million Americans
Some 100 million American workers are affected by computer eyestrain, a symptom of Computer Vision Syndrome, according to Dr. Elaine Happ, Therapeutic Optometrist
How often should I go to the eye doctor?
“This is a question I hear frequently” says optometrist Dr. Elaine Happ. “ Many people feel that if they are not having problems with their vision there is no need to see an eye doctor.”
We often hear the question, “what is the most nder-diagnosed eye disease?”
While people routinely describe their symptoms of dry eyes to their eye doctor, Dry Eye Disease is one of the most under-diagnosed ocular diseases.