New Patients are Always Welcome!
No Referral is Needed!

We are happy to accept new patients at any of our offices. No referral is needed to be seen by one of our doctors. Call our office at 765-348-2020 to schedule your appointment today.

When Should Your Family Members Be Examined

Infants: By their 1st Birthday
Children: Yearly from age 3 to Age 18
Adults: Every 1 to 2 Years
Seniors: Yearly

More frequent examinations may be necessary and will be recommended by your doctor if needed.

Our Comprehensive Visual Assessment and 11 Point Eye Health Examination

Our practice has provided the highest quality eye care for over 105 years to those in Indiana. Our doctors perform a Comprehensive Vision Assessment and 11 Point Eye Health Evaluation which will help diagnose and treat any visual or ocular health issues that you may have.

Comprehensive Visual Assessment:

• Review of current visual problems and history of previous eye problems and treatments
• Review of vocational and lifestyle visual needs.
• Visual acuities distance and at near.
• Computerized measurements of current eyewear.
• Assessment of the focusing system of the eyes.
• Visual field screening with computerized visual fields when indicated.
• Stereopsis tests of depth perception.
• Color vision testing and analysis of defects.
• Binocular vision assessment for imbalances that may cause double vision or eyestrain.
• Computerized keratometry measurements of the cornea to measure curvature and astigmatism.
• Computerized infrared auto refractor scans of the optical systems of both eyes.
• Refraction of each eye’s optics for far and near vision and then testing of both eyes together.
• The doctor then analyzes the findings and determines the required visual treatments which may include eyewear, contact lenses, low vision therapy and other treatments to maximize visual performance.
• The doctor discusses the visual problems and recommends specific treatments with emphasis on visual performance, cosmetics and eye protection.

11 Point Eye Health Evaluation:

• Review of eye heath, medical, family history and previous eye health care.
• Review of general medications, eye medications and ocular nutrition.
• Neurological examination of the pupil reflexes, eye movements and eye muscles.
• Corneal evaluation with topography, if indicated, to test for corneal dystrophies and keratoconus.
• Examination of the external eye for allergy, infection, eyelid disorders and skin cancer.
• Microscopic examination of the tear film, cornea and conjunctiva for eye allergy, dry eye, ocular cancer, infections and foreign bodies.
• Eye pressure test for glaucoma.
• Microscopic examination of the human lens for cataract and other abnormalities.
• Dilated examination of the central retina with microscopic examination of the macula and evaluation of the optic nerve for atrophy, glaucoma and other abnormalities.
• Examination of the peripheral retina and vitreous with our ocular microscope and binocular indirect ophthalmoscope.
• The doctor then discusses the eye health findings and recommends the appropriate medical treatments or procedures with emphasis on early treatment and prevention.

To Schedule Your Appointment

Call our office today at 765-348-2020 to schedule an appointment today for you and your family. Our offices are open Monday through Friday. Some locations offer evening hours. Hours may vary slightly by office and season. After hours emergency care is always available by calling the doctor’s home.