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Is Your Diabetes Being Managed Correctly?

The diopsys test creates reports that your general care doctor can look at to see patterns that measure brain activity to detect cell damage or loss in the eye using the Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) test at the optometrist’s office.

This test is able to quantify cell sickness and cell loss after the cells are dead. This is information beneficial to the GP who manages diabetic patients.

Is Your Diabetes Being Managed Correctly?

The diopsys test creates reports that your general care doctor can look at to see patterns that measure brain activity to detect cell damage or loss in the eye using the Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) test at the optometrist’s office.

This test is able to quantify cell sickness and cell loss after the cells are dead. This is information beneficial to the GP who manages diabetic patients.

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The Most Advanced Diabetic Eye Exams serving Marshall, Cullman. and Etowah County

At our office, we see patients who have complicated issues diabetes or glaucoma. Often times, there are more patients out there who do not have regular eye exams, and do not know the importance of a comprehensive exam.

As General Practitioners, you have the ability to help patients get the best possible care. Testing is available for more exact results that can show issues with the retinal cells at the back of the eye long before any symptoms appear. That is where the Diopsys Electroretinography enters the equation.

Diopsys, The Gold Standard For Diabetic Eye Care

The diopsys Retinal Scan done by our Optometrist during your Diabetic eye exam creates a detailed report that your eye doctor can look at to see patterns that measure brain activity to detect cell damage before irreversible damage occurs. Unlike previous technology which only shows what cells in your retina have already died, the Diopsys shows unhealthy cells which allows your general care doctor to be more aggressive in treatment and prevent irreversible vision loss.

More About Diopsys+

This test is able to quantify cell sickness and cell loss after the cells are dead, as well as creating a baseline of eye health to track changes in the future. This is information beneficial to the your general care doctor as it lets them know if your diabetes is being managed correctly. 

At our office, we see patients who have complicated issues diabetes or glaucoma. Often times, there are more patients out there who do not have regular eye exams, and do not know the importance of a comprehensive exam.

Armed with this knowledge, you and your general care doctor will have the ability to prevent vision loss due to diabetes and ensure the best possible care.

What is Diopsys Electroretinography?

The Diopsys is designed to measure the cells in the retina
  • Noninvasively
  • Objectively
  • In-depth
  • Functionally.

The goal is to find problems early

The Diopsys allow to enable the patient to have the best vision possible. An OTC scan is effective, but the Diopsys Electroretinography takes it a step further, and is able to detect issues long before any physical symptoms are manifested.

Information For General Care Physicians

As a General Practitioner, if you have patients with diabetes and consistently high A1C test results, then the Diopsys Electroretinography test will benefit you with valuable data. The results will help you know when to treat more aggressively and if it will be beneficial. Tests provide valuable, in-depth results that will help you when you are treating your patients who are at a high risk for retinal deterioration.

At we are able to assist you with this test, and would welcome the opportunity to show you the benefits of such testing. The results speak for themselves, and your patients will greatly benefit. Contact us today!

Meet Our Eye Doctors

Providing Advanced Diabetic Eye Care For Patients From:

Our optometrists help patients with diabetes by providing the highest quality eye care. We see patients in our optometry practice in Albertville from Marshall, Cullman. and Etowah County including the following areas: 

Boaz, Guntersville, Gadsden, Cullman and more.