Tuesday, October 25, 2011
The IntraLase Method - also known as all-laser LASIK - could be the very advancement you've been waiting for. A 100% blade-free approach to creating a corneal flap, offering unmatched technological sophistication.
Posted by Jeffrey C. Johnson, OD at 10/25/2011 9:12:00 PM
Saturday, October 22, 2011
More than 1,000,000 procedures have been performed comfortably and effectively with blade-free LASIK using IntraLase technology.
Posted by Jeffrey C. Johnson, OD at 10/22/2011 7:49:00 PM
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
Studies have shown that MCS (Micro Current Stimulation) therapy can improve the vision of those suffering from Macular Degeneration, Stargardt's Disease and Retinitis Pigmentosa.
Posted by Jeffrey C. Johnson, OD at 5/18/2011 8:50:00 PM
Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Intensive research has identified five essential nutrients which promote healthy vision and may reduce the risk of eye disease.
Posted by Jeffrey C. Johnson, OD at 5/11/2011 11:07:00 PM
Friday, December 17, 2010
Here are some tips on how to manage diabetes and avoid long term complications.
Posted by Jeffrey C. Johnson, OD at 12/17/2010 8:50:00 PM
Attention, motor control, language processing, reading, and the ability to regulate aggression have shown improvement following treatment with IM.
Posted by Jeffrey C. Johnson, OD at 12/17/2010 8:31:00 PM
Recent research shows that IM training produces an average two-grade-level increase in reading and math fluency.
Posted by Jeffrey C. Johnson, OD at 12/17/2010 8:19:00 PM
Saturday, October 9, 2010
No other vision procedure offers the individualized treatment of the iLASIK Procedure, truly customizing your vision correction based on your precise, individual refractive signature. Thanks to clinical studies using iLASIK Technology, NASA & the US military now allow laser vision correction for their sharpshooters, fighter pilots, astronauts, and service men and women.
Posted by Jeffrey C. Johnson, OD at 10/9/2010 9:55:00 PM
Thursday, July 22, 2010
Researchers in Italy used stem cells from a patient's fellow eye to treat their damaged eye. New corneal tissue were grown in the lab to replace defective cells.
The patients who benefitted the most were those who had chemical burns.
These are results from a decade-long study where they reported improvements as stable.
Posted by Jeffrey C. Johnson, OD at 7/22/2010 9:28:00 PM
Friday, June 4, 2010
What is the prevalence of diabetes by type?
Posted by Jeffrey C. Johnson, OD at 6/4/2010 7:03:00 PM