Computers Are Everywhere

Almost everyone uses a computer. According to the 2003 US Census Report, 175 million people use a computer every day, including 60 million children. While computers enable us to be more efficient and more productive, this can come at a price: Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). Typical symptoms include:

  • Eyestrain Headaches
  • Slow focusing
  • Tired, burning eyes
  • Neck and shoulder pain
  • Blurred vision at distance


Why Does CVS Occur?

The human vision system is not designed for long hours of computer viewing. Display images are made up of pixels—tiny dots of light on which our eyes cannot focus accurately.


The Solution:

Just as computer technology has evolved, lenses for viewing computers have improved tremendously. “Office” lenses are new technology lenses designed for computer use. Overall, “Office” lenses offer significant advantages over older designs such as single vision, bifocals, trifocals, or general purpose progressives. While “Office” lenses are primarily intended for computer use, they work great for anyone requiring clear intermediate and near vision, such as musicians, seamstresses, mechanics, and many others.

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Coronavirus Update!

With the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, it is our utmost priority to protect the health and safety of our patients, employees and the community. We are taking the outbreak very seriously.

Following the CDC's recommendations, to help prevent the spread of the virus, we are temporarily closing our office to routine appointments until May 1st.

We are still seeing ocular emergencies and infections by appointment only. We are also here for dispensing of glasses, contact lenses, and pick up of patient's neutraceuticals. Our updated hours are Tuesday - Friday 1:00- 5:00. Please call our office to schedule an appointment at (317) 477-3937.

We will continue to monitor this evolving situation and keep you updated.
We look forward to providing full service to you as soon as possible!