Welcome to 20/15, the continuing future of eye care. Dr. David Lopp and Dr. Simone Lewis have created 20/15 EyeCare to help you experience your best possible vision. Led by science and the most advanced technology, we are at the forefront of eye-sight care. You spend time sorting out the healthiest foods to power your body…keep your eyes on the award with these three primo nutrients - Lutein, Zeaxanthin & Meso-zeaxanthin. (Keep in mind these, you will be tested about them later) These three superstars can help filter harmful ULTRA VIOLET RAYS, counteract sun damage, and ward off cataracts and macular degeneration. Swallow their sight-defending results in just a half a glass of spinich or kale per day. Other good options include collards, corn, broccoli, romaine lettuce and green coffee beans. Oh, and hey…they are good for the waist too!
Jan, her hubby, Jim, their two kids (TJ and Collin), and four cats have since relocated to the mountains of Franklin, NC. She works part-time with Dr. Charles Kirby and Western North Carolina Eyecare Affiliates. Her writing abilities have expanded to include a published book and numerous honors for both fiction and nonfiction. She actually is an associate of the Country wide League of North american Pencil Women (Atlanta Branch), as well as the editorial panel of the Journal of Ophthalmic Medical and Technology.
Ophthalmologists and eyeball care professionals are actually aided with progressive tools that produce eye examinations successful and more appropriate. Smart Optometry is a new technology that leverages Android and iOS devices in supporting doctors through eyeball examinations, patients with eye therapy, and the general public in monitoring their attention health and protecting against eye damage.
The beliefs of Dr. Grossman's practice is based on the belief that vision is not static and it need not degenerate. Vision has the ability to improve, and there are practical alternatives for aiding eyesight without resorting to stronger prescriptions for glasses or contacts, or submitting to surgery. Poor eye-sight is not only physical and can be improved at any age group. Relating to recent clinical and mental research on the human being visual system, psychological and mental stress, youth issues and environmental factors have a significant effect on eyesight. Therefore, to boost vision, the problem all together person needs to be dealt with including diet, frame of mind, work, institution, environment, physical and mental issues.
The Eye Care Foundation helps prevent and treat avoidable blindness and aesthetic impairment in growing countries. Worldwide there are 285 million people with aesthetic disabilities. 39 million of these people are blind, 246 million are visually impaired. An enormous 90% of individuals with visual disabilities are living in growing countries. The impact of blindness is particularly acute for susceptible populations in producing countries, and leads to major financial and communal problems. Blind people are often no longer in a position to support themselves, and be fully reliant on family and friends for his or her livelihood. Fortunately, in 80% of the cases the visual disability can be corrected or healed. With relatively simple, low-cost solutions, like a cataract surgery or a good couple of eyeglasses, we can end this situation. However, without the financial help of you as a donor, it is impossible for us to do this.