Skip to comments.Health Care and Vision Correction
Posted on 03/25/2010 7:58:30 AM PDT by Patriot1259
Having problems seeing either at a distance or close up? Is the newsprint getting fuzzier, or is the computer screen more blurry than it used to be? Are you having issues seeing vehicles coming at you in the opposite lane or really unable to clearly see the traffic signs? It may be time for you to get to the optometrist or opthalmologist depending upon your vision condition.
If you already are wearing some type of vision correction such as contact lenses or eyeglasses, maybe it's time to go back for a followup exam to find out if you need help...
(Excerpt) Read more at thecypresstimes.com ...
Any so-called journalist who writes about vision correction and can’t spell ophthalmologist correctly should find a new line of work.
Well, he spelled the same as you????????????????
I work for an ophthalmologist who does cataract surgeries - best of luck for a great outcome!!
If my eyesight suffered as a result of trying to read the Health Care bill, can I claim that as a disability and go on SSDI?
I’m getting the excess skin on my eyelids removed, as I flunked their field vision test, on the 30th, for the same reasons. My cataract is only at 20% there for not considered big enough to be removed yet. I’m blurred at all distances without my glasses. :(
We have Medicare/Tricare For Life. Both are taking big hits with the TFL getting hit in 2011...per 2009 DOD bill.
Nope. Look again! Get your vision checked! LOL
He left out the h. It’s ophthal...
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