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Prescription Sports Eyewear

Today, sports eyewear can be spotted on almost anyone who picks up a ball, bat, racquet or stick – whether they play in the major leagues or the Little League. Fortunately, coaches, parents and players now realize that wearing protective eyewear for sports pays off in several ways. The risk of eye damage is reduced or eliminated,

Eye injuries in sports and using protective sports eyewear

Eye Injuries In Sports And Using Protective Sports Eyewear – Invision Optical

Sports cause more than 40,000 eye injuries each year. More than 90% of these injuries can be prevented. Overall, basketball and baseball cause the most eye injuries, followed by water sports and racquet sports.

When it comes to eye injuries,

Volunteer program offering free eye exams and glasses for public school students

A volunteer program of the University of Nebraska Medical Center’s College of Public Health has been performing free eye exams and providing free glasses to children from Central Park Elementary School in Omaha from a OneSight Vision Van parked out front. The eye exams out of this van include eye charts to check visual acuity and devices to measure internal eye fluid pressure and needed correction.

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Showering with your contact lenses in could lead to serious vision problems

You wake up in the morning to your alarm sounding off; you sit up, put your contact lenses in, and then get up and get in the shower to start your day. But did you know that this exact process could be leading you towards a very serious eye infection, and you wouldn’t even know it?

Are Iphone powered eye exams becoming the future in optometry?

 

As far as technology has come with optometry over the years, there is always room for improvement, and new technology is always being discovered and introduced into the industry. If you have ever been to an eye doctor, you are most likely pretty familiar with the big clunky machine that is used to have patients peer through and read a chart of letters that decrease in size.