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  • January is Glaucoma Awareness Month

    Leading eye and health care organizations are joining this month to support National Glaucoma Awareness Month, an initiative geared toward educating the public on the major eye disease that affects more than 2.8 million Americans, according to Prevent Blindness America. To support the initiative, the Glaucoma Research Foundation, Prevent Blindness America and the National Eye […]

    Continue Reading January 6, 2015

  • November is Diabetes Awareness Month

    Diabetes affects more than 26 million Americans. Most everyone knows someone who has this disease or you may even have it yourself. Aside from getting regular check ups with your primary care doctor or endocrinologist, it is also very important to be having your eyes checked on an annual basis. Diabetes can cause hemorrhaging and […]

    Continue Reading November 12, 2014

  • Fall Allergies

    Although we are into October, as far as my allergies are concerned it feels like spring all over again. For about a week now, I have been sneezing uncontrollably and feeling the need to “scratch” my eyes out of my head. Itchy eyes are the number one sign of ocular allergies and can be accompanied […]

    Continue Reading October 3, 2014

  • Eye Health: An Increasing Concern for Aging Adults

    78 percent of aging Americans affected by vision loss; Michigan Optometric Association (MOA) offers tips to protect eyesight throughout life It’s a fact of life that vision can change over time, resulting in a number of noticeable differences in how well aging adults see the world around them. In fact, according to the American Optometric Association’s (AOA) 2014 […]

    Continue Reading September 10, 2014

  • What if we had a choice?

    If an eye disease was an inevitable part of your life, wouldn’t it be nice if you could pick which disease you had? If you could, you would want to pick cataracts. Today, cataract surgery can not only remedy the disease but it can make your eye sight better than it ever was before. Thanks […]

    Continue Reading January 8, 2014

  • Welcome to the New Full Spectrum Eyecare Website!

    We’re proud to announce the launch of our brand new website. The site was designed with you in mind and is chock-full of several useful features. It’s now easier than ever to make an appointment, download patient forms, view current specials and promotions, and learn about the many products and services we offer at our […]

    Continue Reading January 8, 2014