Retina Specialty Institute is excited to have George Peters, M.D. join us as our practice's newest eye doctor. Learn about the respected ophthalmologist now!
Since mid March when the COVID-19/Coronavirus outbreak was declared a global pandemic by the World Health Organization, the way we live our lives and take care of ourselves has changed dramatically.
February is known for many things, like periodic Leap Years and Valentine's Day--but did you also know that February is Age Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month? That may sound like a mouthful, but this is an important eye condition worth understanding. Vision loss--whether in one or both eyes--is a devastating predicament for many people. However, age related macular degeneration can be especially discouraging.
At the Retina Specialty Institute, our mission is to help patients throughout the Gulf Coasts of Florida, Mississippi, and Alabama achieve and maintain clear vision for a lifetime. We're proud to offer a range of high-quality ophthalmology treatments to reach that goal, but education is an equally important part of promoting eye health.
Macular degeneration is one of the leading causes of vision loss among Americans. Contact us today to learn how to detect early signs & receive treatment!
When you think of your health, the first things that typically come to mind are most likely maintaining good nutrition, weight, and maybe even visiting your doctor regularly for check-ups. Something that is often easily overlooked, however, is our eye health -- that is, until you notice a problem with it.
It's no secret that maintaining a healthy, balanced diet and regular exercise are key to maintaining good health -- but what may not be as commonly understood is the large role this can play in the health of your eyes as well
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