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Oakley! Coming spring 2017

Look for Oakleys at Westside Family Vision Center and Saratoga Vision Center.  We are excited to have them in the offices this year.  

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Diabetes and Vision

Diabetes is one of the leading causes of blindness in the United States. The following are some important suggestions that can reduce your chances of having to deal with this devastating condition. Get at least 30 minutes of physical activity each day. For those pressed for time, high intensity interval training (HIIT) is a great…

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2/21/17 Power Outage

The power is out at our Hamilton Avenue office (phones too) and we have had to close for the day.  We are sorry about the inconvenience.  We should be back tomorrow. We hope you all are doing well throughout the weather challenges this winter.

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Happy Holidays!

Win a $50 Amazon gift card! Does your holiday card this year include a picture of yourself or a family member wearing glasses?  If it does, enter our drawing.  Post your picture on our Facebook page or on Instagram with #westsidefamilyvisioncenterhappyholidays  by 5 p.m. 12/19/16, and you will be entered.  One lucky winner will be notified…

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‘Tis The Season To Remember To Use Your Healthcare Flexible Spending Account

  Many flexible spending plans for healthcare have a deadline of December 31st.  Check with your plan administrator to determine the specific requirements of your FSA. Did you know that virtually all of your eye health costs qualify? Consider which you need before the year ends. Vision Exam Contact Lenses Glasses Reading Glasses Computer Glasses…

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Halloween Eyes

Keep safety in mind when dressing up for Halloween. Find FDA information about Colored and Decorative Contact Lenses here. Non-correction lenses are $120 per pair.

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Concentration Improved Dramatically

Vision therapy can be life changing. “Before my daughter started vision therapy, she literally and inexplicably could not identify left from right, she was having trouble concentrating on her school and homework, and was behind in reading and in math involving story problems. The difference between left and right is automatic for her now; her…

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No Longer Avoiding Reading

Sarah’s mom had great news to share after her vision therapy. “Six months ago Sarah could not accurately track a line of large print unless she used her finger or some kind of marker. Today she is reading chapter books with smaller print by only moving her eyes. But an even bigger improvement is the…

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Vision & Health Newsletter

Click here to see our  Newsletter, content changes quarterly, so come back again for new information.

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