New Vision Eye Center in the News
One of the most common sight problems experienced by older people is cloudy vision due to cataracts. Astigmatism is another widespread eye problem, affecting one in three people...Read More
Age-related macular degeneration is the leading cause of irreversible vision loss in patients 65 and older and is appearing more often in Vero Beach and elsewhere as the baby boomers keep circling the sun...Read More
Eyes are often referred to as the window to your soul, but they also are undisputedly your window to the world, allowing you to experience the beauty of nature, a set of steps, traffic lights and the people you love...Read More
People tend to think of eyelid surgery as purely cosmetic, but it often has an important medical purpose because
those drooping eyelids can dramatically diminish a patient's field of vision...Read More
Dr. David O'Brien at New Vision Eye Center has some good news for the es-timated 716,000 Americans who will have LASIK or laser-assisted in-situ ker-atomileusis eye surgery this year...Read More
Vero Beach's New Vision Eye Center just added a new member to its oph-thalmology team, Dr. Mohamed Sayed...Read More
People tend to think of eyelid surgery as purely cosmetic, but it often has an important medical purpose because those drooping eyelids can dramatically diminish a patient's field of vision...Read More
New Vision Eye Center is pleased to announce their sponsorship of patient Richard DeSocio in the Florida Senior Games...Read More
Going online to read about LASIK eye surgery will bring an instant avalanche of acronyms to your screen. You'll find LASIK, LASEK, PRK, AST, IOL and a host of other procedures all on the same page and you might just need a Greek-to-English dictionary to decipher some of them...Read More
Congratulations to Carole Ware of the City of St. Petersburg/Sunshine Senior Center on her recent selection as the Minotty Eye Foundation Aging Services Providers Best Direct Service Employee of the Year...Read More
If luxury travel is your thing, don't even think about taking your next "vacation" with Vero Beach's Dr. Robert Reinauer, a fellowship-trained vitreoretinal surgeon...Read More
Medical consumers can be a downright demanding bunch. We always want better, safer, faster fixes for our medical problems...Read More
For the past few years, life has been a bit blurry for Martha Sapp - as though there was a bit of 'gunk' covering the lens of her eyes. It turns out, she's far from alone: approximately 20.5 million people in the U.S. have hazy vision issues caused by cataracts...Read More
A few years ago, Jackie McCorkle felt like there was a smudge on her glasses whenever she tried to read or drive. Things were blurry.
Frustrated, she went to New Vision Eye Center in Vero Beach and was told she had cataracts...Read More
Sheriffs Deputy Christopher Lester grew up in Vero Beach, so he knows the streets of Indian River County like the back of his hand. But the problem is, that's about as far as he can see clearly without his glasses...Read More
Amid the scuffle and the gunfight with a felon on the morning of Dec. 18, a sheriff's deputy lost his eyeglasses... Read More
If you are having trouble seeing the paradise that is Indian River County, New Vision Eye Center might just be able to give you a better, sharper view.Read More
New Vision Eye Center welcomes Robert M. Reinauer, M.D., as a new ophthalmologist starting in July. Read More
Paul V. Minotty, M.D. announces that staff member, Sugey Sanchez, recently achieved designation of Certified Ophthalmic Assistant (COA), in addition to becoming certified as an Ophthalmic Scribe, by the Joint Commission of Allied Health Professionals (JCAHPO).Read More
New Vision Eye Center announces that 12 technicians received their Ophthalmic Scribe Certification. The examination assesses the ability to create and maintain patient medical records. Read More
New Vision Eye Center announces that employees Ruth Weathington, Jennifer Jackson, and Maria Ruiz have earned the credential of Certified Patient Service Specialists (CPSS).Read More
VERO BEACH - Paul V. Minotty, MD, along with Drs. Meyer, O'Brien, Tate, and Winslow, is
pleased to announce that their clinical coordinator, Cynthia Thompson, COA, has achieved the
designation of Certified Ophthalmic Technician (COT), awarded by the Joint Commission of
Allied Health Professionals.Read More
New Vision Eye Center in Vero Beach is the first and only practice on the Treasure Coast to offer laser cataract surgery.Read More
We believe our patients deserve the best, stated Paul V. Minotty, MD, manager of the center.
The Minotty Eye Foundation Award for the Best Direct Service Employee of the Year for 2011 was awarded to Debbie Slade at the Florida Association of Aging Services Providers conference.
FSU Medical School welcomes New Vision Eye Center's Physicians to their Teaching Facility.....
David J. O'Brien, MD offers New LASIK Technology on the Treasure Coast.......
This story is what my Mother used to call a tearjerker. It has all the elements: love, devotion, physical challenge and luckily a happy endingRead More
Therese Pokfryke received the Minotty Eye Foundation Award for the Best Direct Service Employee of the Year for 2010, at the Florida Association of Aging Services Providers annual conference in Orlando.Read More
Health treatments for the eye are making such advancements, some procedures offered locally require less than a day of recovery
Over the past decade, more than 10,000 people on the Treasure Coast have had some form of laser vision correction. The vast majority wound up with better vision and are happy
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