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Vision Care

Proper vision care for all stages of your life

At Strohecker Vision Care, you and your family can get comprehensive eye care and vision services at all ages.

Prevent worsening vision before it's too late

Your infant should be screened at birth to detect possible congenital defects. Your school-aged kids should get regular eye exams every one to two years.

As an adult you should have routine eye exams every two to three years to check for glaucoma, cataracts, and other problems. Diabetic patients should have annual evaluation.

Comprehensive eye care and vision care

  • Hypertensive eye screening
  • Diabetic eye care
  • Glaucoma testing
  • Lasik pre-op and post-op support
  • Macular edema screening
  • Keratoconus care
  • Post-op cataract care

State-of-the-art diagnostic testing equipment

The Oculus Keratography is a high resolution scan of the front of the eye. It takes just a few minutes and provides a complete dry eye analysis. It allows the doctor to qualify a variety of factors that contribute to the symptoms of dry eye. These include: meibomian gland function, tear film dynamics, tear break-up time, tear volume and ocular injection. The complete report obtained with each scan allows the doctor and patient to monitor improvement throughout the treatment of process.

The Optomap is a widefield photo of the back of the eye. In a split second it can take a photo, even through an undilated pupil, capturing up to 80% of the retina. The doctor can use this photo to detect many eye diseases, such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachments, and many other.

The Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT), is a high resolution and cross sectional image of both the anterior and posterior parts of the eye. It is similar to an X-ray or CT scan in other parts of the body. This 3D view of the retina and optic nerve allows the doctor to more easily and quickly detect and treat diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, retinal swelling.

The Visual Field (VF), is a test used to determine central or peripheral field loss in patients with optic nerve disease such as glaucoma, retinal diseases, and neurological diseases such as stroke.

The Electroretinography (ERG), is a test that measures the electrical response of retinal cells. The doctor can analyze the pattern obtained to diagnose retinal disease at an earlier point in the disease process; sooner than with most other diagnostic testing. It can be used to detect and treat various types of retinal disease, most notably macular degeneration and diabetic retinopathy, as well as optic nerve diseases such as glaucoma.

The Visual Evoked Potential (VEP), is a test that measures the electrical response of the brain in response to a visual response. The doctor can analyze the response and determine whether the pathways from your eye to your brain are normal, or if there is a disease process causing that pathway to be disrupted.