MAY is Healthy Vision Month!

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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

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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

Sports Eye Safety Month

Protective Eyewear

Sports Eye Safety Month April is Sports Eye Safety Month. It is a great time to help yourself and others while taking better care of our vision. We often take vision for granted as a potential eye injury could be life changing. Help protect yourself this month by adding the following to your to-do list…. Read More

Happy Easter Weekend

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Happy Passover

Happy Passover

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Eye Laceration – What to Do After a Severe Injury

Eye injury

A laceration, or cut, can happen anywhere – including on and around the eyes. Most of the time, the injury occurs around the eye or over the eyelids. This may require delicate stitches to allow the tissue to heal without further damage to the eyeball. Sometimes, the cut happens to the eye itself, which can… Read More

Workplace Eye Wellness Month: Protect Your Vision

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March is Workplace Eye Wellness Month, which is a great opportunity to remind everyone about the importance of vision protection. Some professions have obvious hazards, like those that require working around heavy machinery or chemicals. Others may have less physical risk but can still harm the eyes.  For example, jobs that involve working on a… Read More

April 22, 2018 – Spring Symposium

Spring Symposium

OPHTHALMIC SPECIALISTS OF MICHIGAN SPRING SYMPOSIUM APRIL 22, 2018 REGISTRATION 7:30 A.M. – 8:00 A.M. SEMINAR 8:00 A.M. – 4:00 P.M. THE TOWNSEND HOTEL 100 TOWNSEND STREET BIRMINGHAM, MI 48009 Attendees will receive 7 COPE Approved Credits: 3 Pharmaceutical 3 Clinical 1 Pain Register/RSVP: No later than Monday, April 2, 2018 Register for Spring Symposium For… Read More

Happy Valentine’s Day from Ophthalmic Specialists of Michigan!

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Age-Related Macular Degeneration

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February is Age-Related Macular Degeneration Month, and it is a great time to remind us to take care of our eyesight. As we grow older, we experience a physical decline that makes us more susceptible to aging conditions. By taking steps now, we can all make strides to help prevent age-related macular degeneration and keep… Read More