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We look forward to welcoming you in our office at North Park Vision Center soon!
Dr. Marcy Rose, O.D.
Millions of adults and children suffer from vision problems such as nearsightedness, farsightedness, and astigmatism. Many people choose contact lenses to correct their vision for fashion, athletic reasons, or personal…Read more
June is Migraine and Headache Awareness Month! According to the National Headache Foundation, over 37 million people in the U.S. are diagnosed with migraines. Although 47% of the adult population…Read more
One out of every four school-aged children have a vision disorder that can lead to learning problems.* For this reason, it's recommended to have your child's eyes examined at least…Read more
It comes as no shock that most often you're connected to your digital devices for the majority of the day. Whether it be your e-reader, laptop, smartphone or GPS, your…Read more
September is “Fruit & Veggies-More Matters” Month. It’s easy to tell children that they must eat all their fruits and vegetables so they can grow up big and strong, but…Read more
Could you imagine not being able to see at all? You wouldn't be able to read even this newsletter. Regular eye exams for both adults and children are an important…Read more
Glaucoma is considered a high-risk eye disease because it is the leading cause of preventable blindness. In the United States, over 4 million Americans suffer with glaucoma, of which 120,000…Read more
Katherine Minton, PhD, M.S.Ed, is a certified educational diagnostician, with advanced interdisciplinary training and experience in multiple issues that affect learning. Dr. Minton consults with parents of K-12 students and…Read more
Specialty lenses help you perform activities such as playing sports, driving a car, or working on a computer. Tinted lenses can help improve your game; statistics show colored lenses help…Read more