We hope this letter finds you and your practice well. We wanted to remind you of the vision services that are available to your patients in the Otsego and Minnetonka areas.
At Bright Eyes Vision Clinic, we offer the following services to your patients:
- Infant and Toddler Vision Examinations and Pediatric Contact Lens Fittings
- Eye Health Examinations (pink eye, retinal evaluations, dry eye, etc.)
- Visual Evaluations for those with Concussion, Acquired Brain Injuries or Stroke
- Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation
- Visual Efficiency and Convergence Insufficiency Evaluations
- Strabismus and Amblyopia Treatment for Children and Adults
- Visual Examinations for those with Special Needs or Disabilities
- Visual Perception/Information Processing Evaluations
Our mission is to help children see and learn better! We have several programs to ensure that every child gets a chance. Early detection and treatment of any issues is crucial in promoting proper vision development and learning. Eye and vision development is of paramount importance when it comes to the success of a child in school, sports and with everyday tasks since 80% of learning is achieved through vision. We do hope that you share this information with your patients and continue to encourage parents to bring their WHOLE family in for their eye health examinations.
At Bright Eyes we have five fellowship trained doctors who also provided continuing education to several facilities, such as North Memorial, Gillette Children’s, Children’s, Courage Kenny, Allina and the Mayo Clinic, surrounding topics of current vision research. We are happy to extend this offer to your office as part of our commitment to the community. There are also many parent education tools and brochures that we would be happy to provide your office.
We have five fellowship trained doctors who offer continuing education services to multiple other practices. Our commitment to the community means that we want to help educate everyone; we are happy to provide parent education tools and brochures, as well.
We are also proud to be both InfantSEE® and Sight For Student providers for our community. InfantSEE®, a public health program, is designed to ensure that eye and vision care becomes an integral part of infant wellness care to improve a child’s quality of life. Under this program, our doctors provide a one-time, no-cost comprehensive eye and vision assessments for infants between six to twelve months of age regardless of a family’s income or access to insurance coverage. Early detection and treatment is essential, and we want to make sure that every child gets access to the care they deserve.
Additionally, our Visual Neuro-Rehabilitation Program was established to provide primary eye care and vision rehabilitation for people with Acquired Brain Injury secondary to trauma, concussions, stroke, tumors, aneurysms, vestibular dysfunction and other post-surgical complications whose vision signs and symptoms may have not been previously diagnosed. We aim to help these individuals recover and regain their quality of life. The passion that we have for helping you and your family to see clearly is present in all aspects of our practice.
Please contact us today if you or a family member is in need of any services. Our family friendly practice and staff are suited to treat pediatric patients and those needing vision rehabilitation. Our prompt service, specialty eye care, and enthusiasm are sure to make you feel comfortable while you receive the care you need.
We look forward to working with you!
Dr. Jill Schultz