Eye Care Articles
A Kelsey-Seybold optometrist explains how digital eye strain can be minimized with a few simple steps.
Kelsey-Seybold ophthalmologist Neema Nayeb-Hashemi, MD, shares what cataracts are and how they can be corrected.
Learn how to know if your child has “pink eye,” how to prevent it, and how to keep it from recurring.
A detached retina is a serious but painless, medical condition. Learn what it is and how it’s repaired.
A Kelsey-Seybold optometrist explains why you should have your eyes checked and dilated at least once a year.
By having your child’s eyes examined regularly and taking a few precautions, you can keep their vision healthy.
An outpatient surgery that replaces your eye’s lens can resolve cataracts and help with other vision problems.
Eye trauma is a common occurrence among children. Learn how to prevent incidents and what to do if your child experiences an eye injury.
Conjunctivitis is an irritating eye infection that’s highly contagious. Learn the symptoms and how Kelsey-Seybold eye doctors can help.
Learn the signs your child needs to see a pediatric ophthalmologist from a Kelsey-Seybold eye care specialist.
Approximately 20 million American workers experience eye strain as a result of computer usage. In many cases, poor lighting, bright computer screens, and less-than-adequate eye wear cause discomfort. “The good news is that these problems are easily adjustable to prevent eye fatigue,” says Laura Zivley, OD, a Kelsey-Seybold optometrist.