Learn about the different exhibits and other exciting events that the Exchange 2014 has to offer.
March is Save Your Vision Month, and right now I want you to take a few minutes and think about your workplace setting. Others may notice their eyes being affected by office ventilation systems, overhead lighting or extended time on a computer. All of us face issues every day that affect our vision and eye health because potential hazards can be found everywhere.
Vision Source is more than a network of independent optometrists--it's a family. What I've learned first-hand from working at the Vision Source Member Support Center is that everyone is there to guide and aide you to reach your full potential. This happens within the office, where people are more than willing to help other...
In a world where online shopping is just as common as shopping in brick and mortar stores, buying glasses online seemed to be unlikely until recently. Online retailers are working to create the perception that their $99 for a complete pair of glasses meet the proper safety inspection.
Subtle issues that may affect your children's vision may go undetected because these problems are not vocalized. Dr. Pamela Lowe talks about these issues and the importance of routine eye exams.
Vision Source is there to support independent optometry and help your practice succeed. Walter West, O.D., FAAO is our very own Vice President of Practice Development. For many years, Dr. West has spearheaded Vision Source's practice management education for member doctors and staff.
Recently, ESPN's sports anaylist, Adam Schefter, visited a Vision Source optometrist in New York City, Dr. Susan Resnick, for his annual eye exam. Shefter knows first hand the importance of eye exams as his wife suffers from diabetes, a disease that can be identified during an exam. This year, with Dr. Resnick's...
Health risks from smoking are well known, but little attention is paid to the increased risk of eye disease and potential for blindness. Smoking has detrimental effects on the cardiovascular system and can affect the small blood vessels that line the retina in the back of the eye.