Why Eye Exams Are a Must for People Over Age 50?

Why Eye Exams Are a Must for People Over Age 50?

It’s well-known that with growing age our eyes become weak, and thus eye exams become significantly more prominent. There are numerous researches, and studies that suggest people of age 50 or above to have an eye exam every year. Additionally, if you’re suffering from...
Ocular Migraine & Its Causes

Ocular Migraine & Its Causes

Most of us are aware of what a migraine is but we tend to confuse ourselves when discussing Ocular Migraines. The condition of Ocular Migraines refers to a headache which is accompanied by changes in vision. There are two further bifurcations of this migraine type...

Meeting with Dr. Kondrot November 7, 2018

Podcast (kondrotmeeting): Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | Email | Google Podcasts | RSSAs part of your participation in either the Kondrot Restore Vision Program or the Home Care Program, we offer a special telephone support call with Dr. Kondrot the...
How to Know If You’re at Risk for Glaucoma

How to Know If You’re at Risk for Glaucoma

Glaucoma is the second top cause of blindness globally, yet almost half of people suffering from glaucoma are unaware that they are suffering from a vision-threatening disorder. Glaucoma has no warning signs in its most critical forms, especially in its earliest...
Optic Disc Swelling: What Is Papilledema?

Optic Disc Swelling: What Is Papilledema?

Papilledema is swelling of the optic disc in the eye because of increased intracranial pressure. There are no early symptoms, although it can affect your vision for a couple of seconds. Papilledema requires an immediate analysis for its cause. Identification for its...
What Is Laser Peripheral Iridotomy?

What Is Laser Peripheral Iridotomy?

Laser Peripheral Iridotomy, also abbreviated as LPI, is a preferred procedure for treating an angle-closure type of glaucoma. This type of glaucoma occurs due to a relative or absolute pupillary blockage. With its typical name, you would be assuming that its some new...
The Importance Of Sleep For Eye Health

The Importance Of Sleep For Eye Health

A good night sleep helps our brain and body to get the much-required rest necessary for them to keep themselves fit and active. There’s a constant rigorous function performed by our eyes during the time we’re awake. Thus, they demand proper rest time too. You...
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