Uncorrected hyperopia (farsightedness) may impact a child’s academic related performance, according to a recent study published in the February 2015 issue of “Optometry and Vision Science.” The study simulated uncorrected hyperopia in children with an average age of 11 years old. Researchers looked at how the combination of uncorrected hyperopia […]
As optometrists, we often hear from patients who desire independence from corrective eyewear but have concerns about LASIK. Some patients may be hindered, restricted or bothered by glasses. Others may suffer from dry eyes interfering with contact lens wear. Other patients may wish to be free of glasses but either […]
For the entire month of November, bring in any article of cold weather clothing (jackets, blankets, scarves, gloves, etc) and receive a credit towards your out-of-pocket expenses at any of our Coastal Vision offices.
In 2013, Dr. Beach joined 3 other optometrists (Dr.’s Wang, Lin, and Nilsson) to form Coastal Vision. Under this new partnership, Clearview Eye Care was merged into the Coastal Vision umbrella. Clearview continues to operate at its original location near the corner of Kempsville Rd. and Centerville Turnpike, but does so under the name Coastal Vision.
While ADHD is not my area of clinical expertise, I do know there seems to be conflicting points of view on ADHD in pediatric care. Some feel ADHD is under diagnosed and proper identification of the condition could lead to better social and academic outcomes in children. Others feel it […]
With increases in childhood obesity and diabetes, there has been a big public awareness effort to get kids outdoors. A little less time playing video games or watching television and a little more time exercising can help keep children healthy through their important developmental years. But a recent study says […]