A condition where items that are farther away appear blurry.
Myopia is fairly common in children. The problem is usually detected between the ages of 8 and 12 and nearly always before the age of 20. Often the severity of problem increases as the body grows rapidly, eventually leveling off in adulthood.
Difficulty seeing distant objects is the main symptom of myopia. A teacher is often the first to notice that a child is squinting to see the blackboard or is having trouble seeing faraway objects.
Full-Service Vision Care Provider and Employer of 80 Tucsonans Opens New Vision Center at 2443 N. Campbell Ave.
Full-Service Vision Care Provider and Employer of 600 Arizonans Marks Milestone Throughout the Year with More Store Openings
Chandler, Ariz. – March 2, 2015 – Nationwide Vision, an Arizona-based business, is celebrating its 30th anniversary of transforming eye care in Arizona in 2015. The company, which started in Chandler with five employees, has grown to more than 66 locations across the state serving thousands of Arizonans each year.
Vitamins are an important part of maintaining your overall health, but they are also important for keeping your eyes in good shape.
There are three main vitamins that doctors believe are the most beneficial for your eyes: Vitamin A, Vitamin C, and Vitamin E. Vitamin A is found in beef and poultry liver, eggs, butter, kale cantaloupe, and spinach.
In the United States, approximately 120,000 people are blind from glaucoma, accounting for 9% to 12% of all cases of blindness. If you have glaucoma, don’t keep it a secret. Let your family members know.
Glaucoma is a condition in which a build-up of pressure inside the eye, referred to as “intraocular pressure,” causes damage to the optic nerve, which transmits images to the brain. Prolonged damage to the optic nerve from high eye pressure can lead to irreversible vision loss or blindness.
All month long, here at Nationwide Vision, our dedicated Arizona eye doctors have been working hard to bring awareness to a condition that can seriously affect your vision: diabetes.
Dr. Joseph Myers, OD FAAO
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is a disease associated with aging that gradually reduces central vision, making reading and driving difficult. AMD affects the macula, the part of the eye that gives you 95% of your vision, including color vision. The macula is located in the center of the retina where we get our central and most important vision. With AMD, the disruption of the macular tissues inhibits a sharp image, resulting in a painless, gradual loss of vision.
Dr. Joseph Myers OD FAAO
Diabetic retinopathy is the leading cause of blindness in adults, occurring in 29.1 million individuals. It can occur in one or both of the eyes, and if not treated can result in permanent vision loss. Diabetes symptoms can vary from normal vision to complete vision loss. Often there are no symptoms in the early stages of the disease, nor is there any pain. Blurred vision may occur as the disease progresses. The earlier you receive treatment, the more likely treatment will be effective and vision can be maintained.