If you’ve ever driven down Cedar Road before, you’ve probably driven past our eye care practice. Located a quarter-mile south of Country Club Boulevard on Cedar Road, our practice is accessible and easy to get to!
Vision therapy is a process that’s proven effective on both children and adults, though kids benefit the most! Through a series of in-office doctor-guided tests, at-home exercises, and equipment-assisted retraining, we can teach the brain to make stronger and more natural connections with the eyes.
Vision therapy is extremely useful in improving hand/eye coordination, correcting eye alignment problems, and improving visual comprehension.Learn more about vision therapy.
Nearly 75% of Americans wear some form of vision correction, with eyeglasses being the most popular by far. Corneal Refractive Therapy - or CRT - is a non-surgical process that corrects refractive errors and restores clear vision!
CRT gently reshapes the cornea overnight, providing comfortable and lens-free all-day vision correction. Good news- most prescriptions will benefit from CRT!Learn more about corneal refractive therapy.
Alright, we may be biased, but it’s hard not to feel the way we do when we’ve hand-picked the best diagnostic equipment available anywhere. Our practice makes extensive use of cutting-edge equipment - such as the Optomap - that improve our ability to comprehensively screen your eye for growing diseases or changes to your visual field.Learn more about the Optomap and why these technologies are so powerful!
Eastern Virginia Eye Associates is the premier destination for Optomap exams, and one of only two Practices in Chesapeake that offers this advanced technology. First featured on the hit TV show "The Doctors", the Optomap exam can lead to early detection of glaucoma, diabetes, macular degeneration, and even cancer. The exam is quick, painless, and simply put, the best way to view the retina. Our doctors recommend Optomap for every patient, every year. Click on the video to learn more about Optomap exams!
Growing eyes need supervision (so they can have super vision)! Many vision problems and refractive errors start forming when we are just babies. Diagnosing and treating these conditions early helps ensure a lifetime of great vision.
We recommend annual eye exams for all Virginians- especially if you have diabetes, wear contact lenses, or have some other type of condition that affects your eye health. Learn more about adult eye exams.
Seniors age 65 and older are at increased risk of many eye diseases and refractive errors. The AOA recommends annual eye exams for senior citizens. Learn more about seniors eye exams.