Here at SEMO Vision care, we pride ourselves on patient education. Dr. Nosacka and Dr. Hunt offer to explain your ocular conditions in a clear and concise manner. An iPad pre-loaded with educational videos on various conditions may be provided to you during your visit. We look forward to the opportunity to provide care for your eyes and vision needs. We would be delighted to have you as a patient.
The doctors at SEMO Vision care have invested in state of the art diagnostic equipment used for diagnosing and monitoring eye disease. We keep electronic medical records on every patient and offer e-prescribing - a method of sending your prescription directly to your pharmacy.
The staff of SEMO Vision Care have provided for your convenience a link to download the necessary paperwork for patients that are new to our office. Save time and hassle. Fill out your paperwork now and bring it with you to your appointment.
Education And Tools
The Amsler grid is a tool that eye doctors use to detect vision problems resulting from damage to the macula (the central part of the retina) or the optic nerve. The damage may be caused by macular degeneration or other eye diseases, so the Amsler grid is useful in detecting these problems.
Hart Chart Decoding is a vision therapy technique that can improve both oculomotor skills and accommodative facility. These exercises are important in strengthening the muscles to improve focusing in children.
Computer Vision Syndrome
Children often spend even more time in front of a computer than adults do. Read about how computer use is affecting the eyes of teens and pre-teens, and why your child should be examined by a computer vision specialist. Click the link below download suggestions to avoid or relieve computer eye strain, including how to reduce eye fatigue and minimize glare.
How to Instill Eyedrops
Many ocular conditions require the use of eye drops in order to treat the condition. Many people experience difficulty with this skill. Click the link below to learn how to instill eye drops.
Signs and Symptoms of Retinal Tear or Detachment
Some ocular conditions, such as floaters or a posterior vitreous detachment, may put you at risk for developing a more serious condition such as a retinal detachment or a retinal tear. Click the link below to learn more about what you should look for.