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Optometric Services

Q: What services do doctors of optometry provide?

A: Doctors of optometry provide a wide range of services including the following:

  • Examine eyes for health and vision problems
  • Diagnose and treat eye disease
  • Detect and identify general health problems manifested in the eye (i.e. diabetes, high blood pressure, sickle cell anemia, etc.)
  • Diagnose and treat glaucoma
  • Provide pre-and post-operative care for pathologies and trauma
  • Remove foreign bodies from eyes
  • Provide emergency treatment for eye accidents
  • Prescribe glasses or other devices for specialized vision needs such as hunting, computer work, playing piano, etc.
  • Provide rehabilitative services for victims of head injuries with impared vision
  • Work with pilots, athletes, in need to improve vision performance
  • Evaluate eye coordination for reading and provide vision therapy to improve academic performance
  • Set up industrial vision programs
  • Consult with businesses on environmental vision
  • Work with schools and community groups on vision screening, career days, programs on eye care, etc.
  • Work with Parents as Teacher, educators and parents to enhance the learning potential of preschoolers and students and to inform parents of the importance of preventive eye and vision care
  • Provide low vision services for those with significant visual impairment

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