October 7, 2018 – Fall 2018 Continuing Education Seminar

Continuing Education Seminar

Fall 2018 Continuing Education Seminar Sunday, October 7th Registration begins at 9:00 am Brunch/presentations 9:30 am -1:30 pm Please RSVP by: September 1st at Townsend Hotel: 100 Townsend Street, Birmingham, MI 48009 Attendees will receive three (3) CE credits in Pharmacological Management. For additional information, please contact Rachel Wojciechowski at

Chalazion – An Eyelid Cyst

Chalazion Eyelid Cyst

A chalazion is a condition that appears when an oil gland in the eyelid becomes blocked. A cyst will form that is a relatively painless lump usually found in the upper or lower eyelid as well as one or both eyes.  Patients usually notice the cyst developing gradually over the course of a few weeks…. Read More

Happy Independence Day!

Happy Independence Day!

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UV Safety Month – Tips to stay safe in the sun

Young Couple Wearing Sunglasses

July is UV Safety Month, and this can serve as a reminder of the importance to enjoy the outdoors safely.  UV light (or ultraviolet light) is a type of electromagnetic radiation that originates from the sun and reaches Earth.  UV light is different from visible light rays, which are longer and can be seen by… Read More

June – Fireworks Eye Safety Month

Fireworks in shape of eye

Every year Americans spend millions on consumer fireworks which cause more than 9,000 injuries per year.  With Independence Day just around the corner, the American Academy of Ophthalmology is reminding everyone that fireworks can be dangerous and have the ability to cause very serious eye injuries. Always Remain Behind Safety Barriers If you are attending… Read More

June Is Cataract Awareness Month!

Young Woman with Cataract

June was named Cataract Awareness Month by Prevent Blindness America, an organization dedicated to bringing eye care to more Americans. This is a great opportunity to educate others on facts regarding cataracts. Did you know: Having cataracts is a treatable condition. If your ophthalmologist notices the beginning of cataracts, one can rest easy knowing that… Read More

In Honor of Memorial Day Weekend

Happy Memorial Day

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Ramadan Kareem

Happy Ramadan

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MAY is Healthy Vision Month!

Mature woman in shadows smiling

The National Eye Institute (NEI) created Healthy Vision Month 15 years ago. Their goal was to spread awareness of eye illnesses while encouraging everyone to protect their vision with good habits. What can you do to help NEI reach its goal this May? Protect your eyes from the sun: We often spend time under the… Read More

Prolonging Vision for Aging Eyes

Older man smiling at camera

There is no denying the fact that getting older changes vision. After about 40 years of age our eyesight typically begins to decline. It’s a gradual process that can be affected by a number of factors such as one’s current health status and lifestyle. The following recommendations could assist in prolonging vision and protecting eyesight… Read More