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U.S. Eye Care Overview & the Benefits of Fundus Photo

17_65_IMG_2001 (5)It has been true throughout history that technological advances bring both good and bad points along with them. With the advent of the computer, the world literally changed – with almost everything being done now on the World Wide Web.

Many businesses fail or succeed based on their performance in that arena. And, sadly, the latest reports say that most of us now spend far more time looking at a computer screen than we spend looking at each other on a daily basis.

There are many negatives that can come from this particular set of facts, and one is the truth that our eyes are suffering greatly from the constant strain of staring at the latest technological wonders. Going forward, it is clear that excellent eye care is absolutely crucial for each member of our society. Preserving vision, treating eye problems early and protecting our overall health are all goals that each of us aims to achieve.

Your eyes can reveal common, and sometimes serious, health problems, which means the optometrist, ophthalmologist, and retinal surgeon must be an integral part of your health care team.

The simplest steps are annual eye exams and learning how to practice good eye health on a daily basis. There is also the need to treat and prevent eye conditions as soon as possible.

If you think earning your living by staring at a computer screen all day is like pretty much like other jobs when it comes to eye health, you would be mistaken. Computer and electronic screens are notoriously tough on our eyes. The problem is so common that there is a name for eye problems caused by computer use – computer vision syndrome (CVS), and it encompasses a whole range of eyestrain and pain experienced by computer users.

To be able to operate in this new and ever-expanding world of eye care, the optometrist/ophthalmologist needs to have on hand the most advanced equipment available, which means there is a major demand for a manufacturer that understands the requirements of the industry.

Fundus Photo and St. Louis Ophthalmologic Equipment Company were both founded by Dale Brodsky, a 21-year veteran of the eye care industry. These companies have a proven track record of reliability and a stellar reputation as the best supplier to the eye care industry.

St. Louis Ophthalmologic has been helping the eye care professional for over two decades – offering new and reconditioned equipment that is both affordable and of superior quality.

Fundus Photo, which opened in 2007, is the one source that eye care professionals have come to count on for the latest technology in the field of fundus photography.

Tremendous advancements have been made in the eye care field, from refractive and laser eye surgery to the ability to reshape the cornea so that light traveling through it is properly focused onto the retina. With fundus photography coming onto the scene, eye care professionals now find themselves able to save money while offering their clients far more efficient services.

By working with Fundus Photo, doctors have truly found their ultimate partner in imaging. They not only receive a return on their initial investment, but the time and aggravation of dealing with a technical support line that offers no support is long gone.

With Fundus Photo, zero-cost technical support and no fees charged to the eye care professional are standard. These features not only save the doctor and his/her staff time, but money as well.

With the list of eye diseases and issues getting longer by the year, a good optometrist, ophthalmologist, retinal surgeon, etc., will become a valuable asset to everyone who cares about maintaining good health.

Fundus Photo is the leader that professionals need when it comes to purchasing the superior quality equipment that will get the job done.

It’s time to see why Fundus Photo is “This Good!”

www.FundusPhoto.com

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