Eye Health Conditions
Regular eye doctor visits are an important part of keeping your eyes healthy. Staying on top of your eyecare can prevent health complications. At EYECARE for You, our optometrists can diagnose and treat a wide variety of eye conditions. Serving Richboro, Newtown, Langhorne, Southampton, Northampton, Holland, and Yardley, PA, we are always ready to help.
Common Conditions We Treat
Our team of experts provide individualized treatment plans for whatever eye condition you are suffering from.
Allergies can cause a lot of problems in your eyes, including redness, irritation, watering, blurred vision, and even pain and burning sensations. At EYECARE for You, we can keep your allergy symptoms at bay with medications and lifestyle recommendations.
So many people use computers and phones for work that computer vision syndrome is starting to become a common problem. Whether you're sitting in an office all day dealing with eye strain or it's starting to become difficult to read screens, our optometrists can help.
Vision is a crucial part of many different things, including playing your favorite sports. Sports vision therapy is designed to improve your eyesight in a way that enhances your performance when it comes to sports and other physical activities.
Dry eyes might not seem like a big deal, but chronic dry eye can cause serious problems that require professional help. Dry eye occurs as a result of tear ducts that aren't providing enough moisture for the eyes, which can lead to redness, swelling, blurry vision, and other problems that can be painful.
Left untreated, glaucoma continues to get worse and may even lead to vision loss. Visiting our eye doctors on a regular basis helps detect symptoms or monitor the progress of your glaucoma and keep it under control. Glaucoma treatment may require prescription eyewear or medications.
Eyesight gets worse with time, but you can slow the process with regular eye exams and the right glasses. Macular degeneration occurs when the retina slowly becomes damaged. This can eventually lead to vision loss. However, our optometrists can detect symptoms and prescribe medication to preserve your vision.
Retinopathy can lead to blindness in people with diabetes, so it's important to visit our optometrists for regular exams. At EYECARE for You, we can perform a full dilated eye exam anually to help control diabetic retinopathy.
Schedule Your Appointment Now
It is important not to put off your annual eye exam. At EYECARE for You, we offer eyecare services for residents of Richboro, Newtown, Langhorne, Southampton, Northampton, Holland, and Yardley, PA. If you're in need of an exam or a new prescription, call our office today.