Due to COVID-19, entrance to the office is by appointment only. This includes appointments with the Doctor as well as any adjustments, repairs, frame selections, and pick-ups. Mask wearing is mandatory at all times inside the building. Patients will be asked to come to their appointment alone (unless one support person is required for minors, or health or translation purposes).
If you are experiencing any COVID-like symptoms please reschedule by phoning us at 204-452-2137 (Pembina Highway) or 204-255-3990 (St. Anne’s Rd.). If you are traveling from out of province or country please adhere to provincial and/or federal guidlines.
When you have a time booked to come in, we will be emailing our updated protocols so you can be best prepared. We look forward to taking care of your eye health and optical needs.
Family Optometrist In Winnipeg, Manitoba - Family Optical
We welcome patients of all ages to our comfortable optometry office. Our kind and trusted eye doctors provide personalized optical and medical eye care services to satisfy your family’s needs at any age, from pediatrics to geriatrics.
Depending upon your age, lifestyle and overall health, vision care requirements change. In our friendly clinic, we become familiar with each individual patient in order to customize eye exams and treatment options.
SPECIALIZED EYE CARE FOR YOU
Even without knowing the term “dry eye” or “Dry Eye Syndrome“, if you suffer from it, then you are all too familiar with the soreness, discomfort, and even the constant misery that can come with dry eyes.
We use the most advanced diagnostic equipment and tools to quickly and accurately pinpoint the cause and type of dry eye problem you’re suffering from. We don’t just throw any old drops at you either. We provide custom, tailored treatment plans designed to maximize the relief of your dry eye symptoms AND treat the underlying cause of your discomfort.
Low vision is considered significant vision impairment that usually results from serious eye disease or an injury. The vision loss, which is characterized by either reduced visual acuity (to 20/70 or worse) or reduced field of view, can’t be fully corrected with glasses, contact lenses, medication or surgery.
A Low Vision Eye Exam is different than a regular eye exam.
Because myopia is very often progressive, distance vision continues to get worse and worse. This means your child constantly needs an updated stronger prescription and new glasses or contacts. The progression of myopia often outpaces your child’s eye exams. Since learning is by and large visual, myopia negatively affects your child’s school performance. What’s more, the rate of progression of myopia directly correlates with the risk levels of developing vision-threatening eye diseases.
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Q: How do I know if I have Dry Eye?
A: Dry eye syndrome can only be diagnosed by an eye doctor. We take your symptoms into account, including the eyes feeling dry, burning, itchy or irritated. Watery eyes and blurry vision are also common because the tears, which protect the outermost surface of the eye, can be unstable.
If you experience loss of vision, double vision, swelling, infection or any eye emergency, contact us immediately for guidance. We’ll help you with the best treatment to prevent complications and promote long-lasting clear eyesight.
If you are experiencing an urgent eye issue Misericordia Health Centre’s Eye Care Centre in Winnipeg is open 24/7 for eye emergencies. Proceed to patient registration through the 99 Cornish Avenue entrance.
Please do not email us for emergency appointments, either call the office or go directly to Misericordia Health Centre