Primary eye care with New Rochelle family optometrist, Dr. Chris DiGiorgio includes a comprehensive vision and eye health examination. Maintaining good health involves thorough eye examinations meant to prevent eye disease in adults and to correct visual impairments in children. Eye exams with New Rochelle family optometrist
include screenings for glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and the ocular effects of many common health problems like diabetes and high blood pressure.
Vision is your most important sense. So take care of it! Eye exams with Dr. DiGiorgio should should begin as early as infancy. Monitoring the vision development in children, particularly through their school years is very important since healthy eyesight is intricately linked to development of fine motor skills, personality, and school performance. Although young children may not be able to read an eye chart, special procedures have been developed that allow our New Rochelle eye doctors
to assess the clarity of sight in children of nearly every age.
School vision screenings are no substitute for a complete eye exam by your family optometrist at Costco Optical in New Rochelle. Dr. Chris DiGiorgio can easily evaluate whether your child's vision is adequately prepared to handle extensive reading and writing. Schoolwork can put a strain on your child's eyesight and can cause problems when none existed previously. Additionally, pediatric eye care involves an assessment of important vision-related skills, such as hand-eye coordination and depth perception. Undiagnosed vision problems, such as amblyopia, strabismus, or nearsightedness can interrupt the development of important vision-related skills, which may have a negative impact on a child's academic performance. Keep your family's eyes healthy and take them to see family eye doctor, Dr. DiGiorgio in New Rochelle!
Larchmont Family Eye Care
One Industrial Lane
New Rochelle, NY 10805
By Dr. Chris DiGiorgio
December 6, 2012