As of January 1, 2017 we will no longer be offering
online purchases of Contact Lenses.
We are happy to continue to offer our
full range of Contact Lenses and Eye-wear
on the premises.
Welcome to Our Albertville Optometry Practice
We promise to always:
Maintain a Friendly and Welcoming Environment- We strive at all times to be welcoming and positive so that you always feel comfortable and relaxed while with us. Our staff is approachable and happy to assist; whether it’s answering a question about eye care or helping you find the best possible solutions for your eye and vision needs, we aim to be gentle and trustworthy advocates for your eye and vision health.
Provide The Highest Quality Patient Care – Our experienced and caring optometrists know how to cater to the individual needs of each and every patient. We know that our patients throughout the Albertville area put their trust in us to ensure they have the highest quality eye care available. Through comprehensive eye exams and the most up-to-date diagnostic treatment options, we aim to improve your vision, your eye health and your quality of life. We are also committed to providing the most up-to-date and advanced diagnostic technology available and staying up-to-date on industry innovations. We make sure to invest in the best equipment and personnel training always.
Provide Unequaled Experience and Expertise To Our Patients – Our eye doctors and professional eye care staff have many years of experience in treating all types of vision and eye threatening conditions (our specialties are glaucoma and cataracts!) and helping our patients to see and feel their best. This experience has taught us the importance of a smile, a positive attitude, and an understanding ear when it comes to providing the best eye care in a welcoming environment.
We are also proud to serve Boaz, Guntersville, Crossville, Geraldine and Hyatt. Schedule an appointment with one of our Albertville optometrists, Dr. Timothy C. Nichols O.D, Dr. Kathryn B McCurdy O.D. and Dr. Rich McCurdy O.D today.
Contributed by: Dr. Timothy Nichols
Q&A with Dr. Timothy C. Nichols
Dr. Nichols Answers Your Eyecare Questions
Is too much computer or hand held device use bad for my child’s eyes?
The last few years have seen a radical shift in how our children use their vision. More and more time is spent looking at an electronic screen; TV, computer, cell phone, game device, and so on. Vision scientists have long pointed out that excessive near point tasks can lead to increased myopia (nearsightedness) in children, eyestrain, and headaches. Combined with the potentially damaging effect of the blue light these screens emit, and you have the possibility of a dangerous situation. We recommend a common sense approach. First, limit the time your child has to electronic media. Psychologists, educators, and doctors all agree: too much is not good. Second, practice the 20/20/20 rule. For every twenty minutes of near point tasks, take twenty seconds and look at something twenty feet or more away. In short, take frequent rest breaks. Third, use lenses that are designed for your particular activity. Having the correct eyeglass or contact lens prescription is always the place to start. There are lenses and coatings that not only provide the proper focus, but also block unwanted glare and limit the amount of damaging blue light.
Cutting Edge Technology – The Annidis RHA™ System.
The Annidis RHA™ system combines advanced Multi-Spectral Imaging (MSI) technology with multi-image software processing for early detection of ocular pathologies such as age related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma. Read More about this cutting edge system – HERE
Eye care expenditure can be a concern. Here at Clinic For Vision, we accept a number of insurance plans to help cover the cost depending on your individual needs. Click below for more details’.
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