Find an Optometrist Near Me Phoenix AZ
I'm sure I can sign all of you up for some healthy eyes, and I am sure that none of you will mind. Your eyes are one thing that you don't want to be messing around with. Where would you be without them? Well, you wouldn't know. So to put your name down for good eyes, you first need to find an Optometrist. These people aren't too hard to locate, as there are eye clinics all over the globe.
What does an Optometrist Do?
An Optometrist can, of course, be male or female, and they are responsible for keeping your eyesight in good shape. They are there to examine and diagnose your eyes, as well as give sufficient treatment to correct poor eyesight. This treatment isn't a bottle of “good-eye” pills, or a needle full of eyesight, it is vision correction through the use of lenses and other optical aids. Glasses and/or contact lenses are the norm for prescriptions by doctors in the field of optometry.
How to Become an Optometrist
Now I know there are a few readers out there who are thinking “These eyes are mine! I'm not trusting them to some ‘eye doctor‘ who can harass me with medical jargon” Luckily, I have your solution… Learn it yourself! No, I'm not saying that I have just found the lost book “Optometrist Medical Jargon for Dummies”, there will be some work required. If pursuing a career in eyesight suits your interest, there are many institutions to study it. In Canada, you can learn about eyes at the University of Montreal (Quebec), or the University of Waterloo (Ontario). In the United States you many more options such as the University of California (Berkeley), the University of Houston (Texas), or the Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State University.
The field of Optometry is massive, and one can get involved easily. make sure you make a quick visit every so often to make sure your eyes are holding up, and you should be good to go!
Dr. Page is a licensed Doctor of Optometry, and a long time resident of Ahwatukee Arizona. He graduated from the New England College of Optometry in Boston in 1990. He moved to Phoenix to serve the community in both his clinic and by becoming a community activist.
He is deeply involved in supporting the local athletic teams, the arts, pet adoption and children. He is a charter member of the Chamber of Commerce.
After watching his father lose vision in his right eye he dedicated his career to finding a way to stopping eyes from getting worse. He is the founder of the Invisalens eye retainer and a best selling author for his book: Freedom! The Smart Parents Guide to Helping Your Child See a Better Life.
He specializes in helping his patients see better with eyeglasses, contact lenses, nutrition and genetics.
Words can’t describe what our eyes bring to life!
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