Posts Tagged ‘eye pain’

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

Daily Life: Dealing With Headaches as a Symptom of Keratoconus

Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013

There are many symptoms of Keratoconus. Managing the symptoms can be just as hard as dealing with the complications of the disease itself. One of the harder and more progressive symptoms of Keratoconus is headaches. While proper management of headaches can help you over the course of time, finding a way to cope with them…  read more

What You Need to Know About Cataracts & Macular Degeneration

Tuesday, August 13th, 2013

There are several people suffering from both Cataracts and Macular Degeneration today. Both conditions are degenerative to the eye and can cause severe visual loss. Their only real difference is what visual areas are affected by each condition. Cataracts: In Cataracts the vision is affected slowly over time as the internal lens becomes cloudy. In…  read more

Understanding Keratoconus Screening Using Corneal Topography

Tuesday, August 6th, 2013

There are several different eye conditions that can be hereditary, or simply in your make up. Many of us neglect taking care of our eyes until something goes wrong. In the past there was little to no way to be sure someone would get Keratoconus or catch it before it progressed. Today’s technology makes this…  read more

Exploring the Visian ICL During Baseball Season

Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013

With Baseball season starting there are several worries related to the eyes. The largest amount of sports related injuries each year are due to baseball. And 90% of eye related injuries are preventable. The largest number of eye related injuries in baseball are from the position of Batter. Why? The batters vision needs to be…  read more

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