One of our optometrists will determine if you are nearsighted, farsighted or have astigmatism which affects your vision. Correction options such as glasses, contacts or surgery may be discussed.
Medical Eye Exams
Several eye diseases may pose a risk to your eyes at various stages of life. Our optometrists are board-certified to treat glaucoma and other diseases using the latest diagnostic tools.
For our patients who are unable or unwilling to visit our office, we are proud to offer many of our medical eye services in the comfort of your own home.
Our mission is to provide comprehensive vision care for all our patients in all facets of their life, 365 days a year.
Our skilled optometrists are qualified to treat a variety of visual issues ranging from workspace eye strain to visual performance in sports - and everything in between. We pride ourselves in offering our patients the latest therapies to combat ailments as common as dry eye and as rare as keratoconus. Our comprehensive list of services includes:
- Vision Exams
- Contact Lens Fitting
- Specialty Contact Lenses
- LASIK / Cataract Surgery
- Dry Eye Evaluation
- In-Home Eye Care
- Diabetic Eye Exams
- Glaucoma Management
- Macular Health Promotion
- Surgical Co-Management
- Computer Vision
- Red Eye Visits
- School / DMV Vision Exams
- Medical Evaluations
what we offer
Glasses, contact lenses or refractive surgery are discussed as ways of correcting a vision anomaly. Color vision, depth perception and peripheral vision are also tested.
Contact Lens Fitting
Contact lenses are a popular way to correct vision without the use of eyeglasses. Our doctors will advise you on the best product for your visual needs.
LASIK / Cataract Surgery
Our doctors are experienced in working alongside ophthalmologists to co-manage our patients undergoing various surgical treatments.
Dry Eye Evaluation
Dry eyes are often red, watery, gritty and cause your vision to fluctuate throughout the day. We offer treatment such as over-the-counter and prescription remedies.
A non-invasive exam of the blood vessels in the back of the eye (the retina) provides patients with critical information about their diabetes risk and prognosis.
Our ever-growing reliance on screens puts a strain on our visual system. Our doctors provide recommendations for glasses which relax the eyes and protect from harmful blue light.
Our optometrists are board-certified to treat glaucoma and other diseases using the latest diagnostic tools. We also treat red eyes and common ailments such as “pink eye” or “styes.”
Glaucoma is a disease which affects the optic nerve and leads to a loss of peripheral (side) vision. It is a particularly dangerous disease because it can often linger symptom-free for many years.
Dr. Rad and her team are proud to now offer their services right in the comfort of your own home! This is an ideal option for patients who are unable or unwilling to leave their homes.