The Cincinnati Eye Institute (CEI) Foundation opened its fourth vision clinic on Monday, April 16, serving adults who need eye exams, prescription glasses, and diagnoses for potentially vision-limiting diseases. It is the only free vision clinic for adults in Middletown. The Middletown vision clinic is one of four free vision clinics operating as part of… Read More »
We’re ready for baseball season! Our employees dressed in Cincinnati Reds gear for Opening Day. Check out some of the pictures on our Facebook page. Play Ball! Our employees were super excited to share their Cincinnati Reds spirit at all of our offices today. Some of our lucky employees even won some Reds tickets!www.cincinnatieye.com Posted… Read More »
Phoenix King, a young girl with a rare disease called Stevens Johnson Syndrome, has been a patient at Cincinnati Eye Institute the past year as specialists have worked to rebuild her eyelids and restore her sight. Local 12’s Liz Bonis has been following Phoenix’s inspirational story.
Preoperative physicals are mandatory for most patients who need surgery. Cincinnati Eye Institute’s new service, a “one-stop” experience offers preoperative physicals at the Blue Ash location has now expanded to the Middletown location to accommodate patients who need a physical before surgery. Christina Wilson, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, a nurse practitioner with CEI’s preoperative and wellness service,… Read More »
Cincinnati Eye Institute’s Dr. Fred Chu, a glaucoma specialist, sat down with Local 12’s Liz Bonis. Glaucoma has several warning signs and can be treated if caught early. Some people have a higher risk of getting the eye disease as well. Watch the video below.
More than 2,000 people each day suffer eye injuries in the workplace. Ten to twenty percent of those injuries will cause temporary or permanent vision loss. In recognition of Workplace Eye Wellness Month, Dr. Daniele Saltarelli, an optometrist at CEI’s Urgent Eye Clinic, gives this advice to avoid sustaining serious injuries to your eyes at… Read More »
The Cincinnati Eye Institute Foundation, the charitable foundation of Cincinnati Eye Institute, has awarded two seniors at Loveland High School a grant of $3,000. The Foundation’s Research Committee, chaired by Robert Sisk, M.D., made this IGNITE grant to fund an innovative treatment for children with amblyopia, also known as lazy eye. This grant will fund… Read More »
This month, February 2018, is age-related macular degeneration month. With the purpose of increasing awareness of this vision-limiting and life-altering disease, here are ten common questions about age-related macular degeneration. Dr. Steve Christiansen, a retina fellow at CEI, offers these answers to your questions. You can also watch his informative video! Question #1 –… Read More »
William Faulkner, M.D., a cornea specialist and dry eye expert, recently wrote an article in the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology about the nutritional therapy of Omega-3 essential fatty acids in helping dry eye disease. Two-thirds of the eye’s focusing power originates on the ocular surface. A smooth and clear cornea with a… Read More »