Good vision is critical to your child’s well-being. 70% of children who have trouble reading also suffer from a vision problem. Many times, this can be solved with a simple pediatric eye exam. Now through November 1, RevolutionEYES is making it easy for you to keep your child’s eyes healthy by offering our pediatric exams with Dr. Katherine Schuetz for half off.
Dr. Schuetz is an accomplished pediatric optometry specialist. She was one of the first several optometrists in central Indiana to be part of the InfantSee program, a free vision and ocular health evaluation for infants 6-12 months. Dr. Schuetz takes great pride in her role as a pediatric optometrist, and enjoys making a difference for kids through their vision.
Exams are only available on Mondays and Wednesdays. Call 844-2020 or click here to make your appointment today.
A recent article in Vision and Eye News features a story on the fact that 76% of children younger than 5 do no receive eye exams. Children are very susceptible to eye damage and having eye exams at an early age can help prevent eye disease in the future.
Revolution Eyes has a new program out to help Moms get a free exam when they bring in their child for a check-up. You can read more about the program here.
RANCHO CORDOVA, Calif., September 2008 — Most children under 5 years old need but do not receive comprehensive eye exams that could be crucial for detecting vision-threatening conditions such as lazy eye (amblyopia), according to a major survey conducted by VSP Vision Care. Read more