Welcome To Russell Eyecare & Associates

Here at Russell Eyecare & Associates, we are dedicated to ensuring that our patients get the vision they deserve. We are also dedicated to making sure that all of our patients have healthy eyes.

Our entire optometry staff works together to give you a good visit every time you come into our office. We will work around your schedule and make every effort to see you in a timely fashion. To do this, we ask that you call ahead with any questions or concerns you have before your appointment.

Don’t hesitate to call us today at (320) 433-4326 with any questions or to schedule a consultation!

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Developmental Vision Exams

We offer comprehensive eye examinations along with vision tests for patients of all ages. We use both wall and reading eye charts to describe your vision using a fraction scale. Normal vision is 20/20 vision. If your vision is not normal, we will make recommendations to ensure that you can see as clearly as possible. We may offer you the option of eyeglasses or contact lenses. We may offer surgery or other options, if necessary, to give you the vision you deserve.

We look forward to discussing your options with you so that you can enjoy clear vision in the most comfortable way possible. Common vision issues include myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism, and presbyopia. Factors such as lifestyle, environment, work setting, and age can all determine which solution is best for you and your family.

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NEURO-VISUAL REHABILITATION

Neuro-optometric rehabilitation is an individualized treatment regimen for patients with visual deficits as a direct result of physical disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, and other neurological insults. Neuro-optometric therapy is a process for the rehabilitation of visual / perceptual / motor disorders. It includes, but is not limited to, acquired strabismus, diplopia, binocular dysfunction, convergence and/or accommodation paresis/paralysis, oculomotor dysfunction, visual-spatial dysfunction, visual perceptual and cognitive deficits, and traumatic visual acuity loss.

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Migraines and Dizziness

Many people who get migraines also have problems with their vision as well as dizziness or vertigo along with the headaches.

These effects can be scary and troubling. But they usually get much better or even disappear with treatment. Lifestyle changes, medications, and complementary therapies can help migraines and their related symptoms.

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