Monthly Archives: October 2015
Don’t Let Your FLEX Money go to Waste!
Before you know it, we’ll be watching the legendary ball drop in Time Square as we ring in the New Year with friends, family and loved ones. With this new beginning comes the end of 2015, and a cut off date for the opportunity to use your remaining FLEX spending money. Don’t let your hard… Read More
Congratulations to Dr. Reeves & Dr. Melicher!
We were thrilled, but certainly not surprised, to spot Drs. Sherman W. Reeves and Jill S. Melicher in the October 2015 issue of Mpls. St. Paul magazine, recognized as “Medical Stars on the Rise”. We couldn’t be more proud of their dedication to providing optimal and innovative care to each and every patient they come… Read More
Ocular Surface Disease Patient Education Webinars – Register Today!
The first Ocular Surface Disease Patient Education Webinar will be taking place on Tuesday, October 13th from 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM. These unique webinars offer an abundance of information on Dry Eye/Ocular Surface Disease, and allow you to join in remotely from whatever location is convenient for you. Ahmad M. Fahmy, OD, FAAO, Dipl, ABO and Scott G. Hauswirth,… Read More
Strides 4 Sight 2015
Thank you to everyone who came out to support Strides 4 Sight on September 20th! The turnout was incredible, with 383 registrants (adults and kids), ranging from 1 to 80 years of age. There was a great sense of camaraderie and community amongst the participants and we hope you all had as much fun as… Read More
CentraSight Implantable Miniature Telescope
Approximately 10 million Americans are affected by Age-Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) and understand how challenging and devastating this disease can be. The Macula is located at the back of the eye, and is responsible for providing pertinent central vision to patients. When the Macula deteriorates or breaks down, patients start to loose their central vision,… Read More
4 ‘Tricks’ for Halloween Safety
With Halloween approaching, we wanted to offer up a few tips to keep your family safe while enjoying this ‘spooky’ holiday! Make-Up Everyone loves a scary mask, but unfortunately, many don’t fit correctly, causing obstructed vision as a result. In place of a mask this year, encourage your child to use non-toxic make-up for their… Read More