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Our office will be open on Saturday, June 17, 2017 from 9 am to noon.
In observance of Memorial Day, our office will be closed on Monday, May 29, 2017
Dr. Kevy Simmons presented the PineCone Vision Center scholarship award at Sauk Rapids-Rice High School.
If you’re wondering about reading glasses and whether they’re right for you as you age, we have some insights to help you learn more about “cheaters”.
Eye strain is a fairly common condition for people these days. Here are some tips to reduce eye strain associated with headaches, blurred vision and more.
What does 20/20 vision really mean? Let’s look at where the term comes from, what it measures, and what types of things your vision can be measured for overall.
Bulging eyes are not only unsightly, they are also a sign of a much worse problem and may permanently damage your sight! Learn more here.
Your genetics play a huge role in your health. The diseases and conditions your relatives had may be genetic, including diabetic retinopathy.
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.
There’s no doubt about it, dryness and winter go together almost as well as a hat and gloves. Our skin is a little more dry, our hair is a little duller, and our eyes just feel more irritable. Eyes tend to get the brunt of the harsh weather; we bundle up our hands, feet, heads, and bodies with winter gear, but we don’t usually think about eye protection in the winter.
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.