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Learn about Computer Vision Syndrome from Dr. Stacy Hinkemeyer, PineCone Vision Center. She will share tips on how you can improve symptoms.
Congratulation to Kelsey Christianson, senior at Sauk Rapids-Rice High School. Kelsey is the recipient of a health education scholarship from PineCone Vision Center!
One year ago today, we moved into our new state-of-art facility! After 13 years of serving our patients with the highest quality of eye care, we thank ALL of you for being a part of PineCone Vision Center!
Congratulations to Christina Beard, senior at Apollo High School!
Choose YES for Success! Show your support and vote "YES" on Tuesday, May 24th!
Here it is, our world premiere first vlog (video blog).
Our staff enjoy learning from inspiring leaders at the 2016 Leadercast hosted by Sartell Chamber at The Waters Church.
Doctors Nicholas Colatrella and Stacy Hinkemeyer attended a mission trip to San Felix District, Panama. The husband and wife team and their children have donated their time and talent through Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity International (VOSH).
PineCone Vision Center doctos and students present at the Poster Session at the Minnesota Optometric Association.
Dr. Colatrella is honored as he completes his term as President of the Board of the MN Optometric Association today in Bloomington.
There’s nothing better than jumping into a pool, lake, river, or any body of water really, on a hot summer day. Swimming is great for your health; it’s easy on your joints while still being a great full body workout. However, swimming is not always great for your eye health. Whether you’re wearing contact lenses or not, it’s important to know all about swimming and eye care. Here is an overview of swimmer’s eye and what swimming can mean for your eye health.
Dr. Hinkemeyer and fellow members of the Minnesota Optometric Association were honored to speak with Congressman Tom Emmer recently about issues affecting optometry in Minnesota. We are so proud to have doctors that care deeply about these issues and improving the quality of eye care for all patients in our state.