The momentum of telemedicine has been exponential over the past three years and has become the focus of many healthcare investment firms. As delivery and reimbursement in healthcare change, the focus of telehealth has been one of the biggest forces, both in the public, and private
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Summer poses a range of unique eye care considerations, yet many people are simply not aware of how harmful the season can be to one’s vision. Stay safe by learning how to protect your eyes this summer. Summer Eye Dangers Too much sun harms
That's a common call during summer -- but, it also signals a time of increased danger of eye injury for those who play baseball. Along, with racquet sports and fishing, the ball field can be a common place for injuries that cause vision problems and even blindness.
As summer winds down, parents and kids alike begin to look forward with mixed emotions to the beginning of another school year. Preparations can be extensive, but should always include some basic medical checks as well as the new shoes, clothes and classroom supplies. Why
Ortho K lenses offer an opportunity to correct vision without the use of glasses or contacts. The technology has been around for over 50 years, and is widely considered to be safe for adults. Our eye doctors in Sunnyvale and Santa Clara specialize in Ortho K lenses. But can it work
At Silicon Valley Eye Physicians, our eye doctors are excited to introduce treatment for the correction of vision loss, including farsightedness, nearsightedness, and astigmatism. This treatment, called orthokeratology, or Ortho-K for short, involves the nighttime use of specialized "corneal reshaping" lenses--leading to daytimes spent with clearer
A common question we get it is, "Is Ortho K covered by insurance?" Typically, Ortho-K lenses are not covered completely by vision care insurance plans. Likely, that’s due to the fact that it’s considered an elective vision correction. However, a portion of the fees may