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Dr. Colatrella recently lectured at the University of The Incarnate Word Rosenberg School of Optometry in San Antonio, TX.
Your genetics play a huge role in your health. The diseases and conditions your relatives had may be genetic, including cataracts.
Your genetics play a huge role in your health. The diseases and conditions your relatives had may be genetic, and age-related macular degeneration is a serious one.
Introducing our newest optometry student, Katie Kroona! She is currently a student at Illinois College of Optometry, Chicago, IL.
Your genetics play a huge role in your future health. The diseases and conditions your relatives had may be genetic, and glaucoma is a serious one to consider.
Your vision is a precious thing, but we often take it for granted. Let “Save Your Vision Month” serve as a perfect reminder to adjust your habits for the better.
A dilated eye exam isn’t necessary every year, unless you’re a certain age or have certain contributing factors. But dilation is extremely important some of the time.
Our optometry student, Amanda has been at PineCone Vision Center for a few weeks now! Amanda attends Illinois College of Optometry has an undergrad from University of St. Thomas.
If you have visited our office recently, you may have met Allie! Allie is attending Arizona College of Optometry and is an undergrad at Arizona State University.
Our office will be open on Saturday, Jan. 28, 2017 from 9 am to 4 pm. We have openings available so please call our office to schedule your appointment.
Ever wonder if contact lenses could make your life easier?
PineCone Vision Center’s Dr. Stacy Hinkemeyer is planning a mission trip to Gomez Palacia, Mexico.