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Coping With Ocular Migraine Headaches

Wednesday, November 15th, 2017

Dealing with Keratoconus on a daily basis can be a challenge for many. The conditions even effects family members and friends. As the condition progresses it becomes difficult to do the daily activities you often enjoyed. At times patients living with the challenge of Keratoconus may experience Ocular migraines, which can cause some temporary vision…  read more

Understanding How to Manage Keratoconus & Altitude

Wednesday, October 11th, 2017

What is Keratoconus? For those of you who don’t know Keratoconus is a progressive condition created by the change in the shape of the cornea over time. As the cornea continues to change to a cone shape, the images your eyes see become more distorted. Over time it can cause a severe loss of vision….  read more

Exploring Exercise and Keratoconus

Tuesday, September 5th, 2017

There are many reasons we have to exercise including weight loss, physical therapy, and just staying healthy. But according to the American Optometric Association, another reason to exercise is Keratoconus. Many doctors believe that exercising and training the eyes can slow the process of Keratoconus and strengthen the eyes. Below are a few exercises you…  read more

The Management of Keratoconus With Other Medical Conditions

Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

The management of Keratoconus can be a struggle. But facing Keratoconus with other conditions like: Diabetes, Cataracts, Hypertension, or even arthritis can be even more of a challenge. Having a treatment plan can help assist you in the day to day management of multiple conditions. While managing your Keratoconus you should already know about developing…  read more

INTACS Procedure for Keratoconus

Saturday, July 1st, 2017

The Intacs procedure is a non-laser procedure that corrects mild to moderate nearsightedness. The clear inserts made to reshape the cornea and improve vision are made from the same material used in contact lenses and cataract surgery. The FDA- approved procedure cannot be seen when placed below the surface of the cornea. The Intacs procedure…  read more

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