We hope you find the information within our site helpful. As you will see, our office is a medically oriented primary eye care facility which focuses not only on routine medical eye examinations, but also on the fitting of all types of contact lenses and the treatment and management of ocular diseases. These diseases include, but are not limited to, Dry Eye Disease, Macular Degeneration, Cataracts, Diabetic Retinopathy, Glaucoma, Blepharitis, Ocular Rosacea and emergency eye care.
Our optical dispensing area carries quality eyeglass frames such as Vera Bradley, Coach, Vogue, Polo and Calvin Klein. We also have lines for those who are budget conscious. Our eyeglass lens selection and treatments includes Varilux, Transitions, and Crizal. We are the only facility in the area to offer a 2 year unlimited scratch warranty on our lenses. (Great for Kids!) Our children's lines includes Little League, Disney, X-games, Polo Kids, and Flexon. Flexon frames are bendable and twistable and are designed for patients who may be a little rougher on their eyewear.
There is a doctor on call 24 hrs a day 7 days a wk. Just call (570) 453-2020 and follow the prompts.
Our Stroudsburg office also has 24 hour care available to our patients. They can be reached at (570) 421-3342.
Dry Eye is an ocular condition caused be a variety of factors, including:
As we age, tear production decreases. Men and women of any age can be affected. However, after menopause and during pregnancy, women are especially susceptible.
A variety of common medications reduce tear secretion. These include decongestants, antihistamines, diuretics, beta-blockers, sleeping pills, antidepressants, pain relievers, and alcohol.
Occasional or continual exposure to various environments can reduce eye lubrication. These include sunny, dry or windy conditions; areas with heaters, dehumidifiers, fans or air conditioners; work settings (i.e.; areas with chemicals or hair dryers), high altitudes, smoke or air pollution and sand, dust or airborne pollen.
To learn more about Dry Eye, click here.
Click here to learn more about PRN: Physician recommended Nutracueticals.