September 22, 2020
Courtney Hickinbottom MS Eye Center

Courtney Hickinbottom

"Our positions are important to establish a friendly environment for the patient to better their experience at the office."
September 3, 2020
Tina Daniels

Tina Daniels

Tina, one of our receptionists, believes making a difference in the sight of patients is key to a good quality of life. She loves meeting new […]
August 28, 2020
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ARMD and Calcium

Calcium does help with Age-Related Macular Degeneration, in a way. What you eat is very important to your overall health. What does the Dr. say?
August 21, 2020
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2020 Is Average

The year 2020 is anything but average. 20/20 vision actually does mean average vision. “A person with 20/20 vision can see what an average individual can […]
August 8, 2020
Student Glasses

Back to, New Looks?

For some students school will mean returning to "home room". Others will be seeing teachers in school. For both teachers and home school teachers it is time to find out if your student's eyes have changed over the break. Luckily the symptoms are easy to remember.
March 14, 2020
Coronavirus Can Spread Through The Eyes

Coronavirus Can Spread Through The Eyes

Now that we have your attention let’s get serious about eye protection. STOP SLEEPING IN YOUR CONTACTS. Limiting eye exposure can help. Here’s why:
March 6, 2020

Travel Tips Just for Your Eyes

Other than sunglasses most people don't think about their eyes when traveling. Sure contact lens wearers pack their kit. And if there is a problem it isn't a serious problem right? Actually, no. Small problems can become big problems.
November 20, 2019
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Getting Ready for a Doctor’s Visit

Tips for Talking With Your Doctor Series. A basic plan can help you get the most out of your medical appointment. This part of the series focuses on preparing for your doctor's visit with the printable checklist and medication list your doctor will need to know about.
August 19, 2019
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Eye Makeup

It's that time of year again when our schedules become more complicated while our energy seems to drain faster and faster. Sleep is essential to a healthy body. But sleeping in makeup can make your next few days more complicated because you may have to see an eye doctor.