Conditions We Treat
Eye Care Provided by our Doctors
Serving the Evansville Region with comprehensive eye care
Our Optometry department provides patients with all aspects of comprehensive eye care services ranging from eye exams and contact lens fitting to treatment of eye diseases. Our Downtown Evansville and Newburgh doctors recommend the Optomap® Retinal Exam for all of our adult patients once per year. This non-invasive procedure allows your doctor to see a much broader and more detailed view of the retina then is possible with routine eye exams. This scan enables your doctor to make important decisions should serious vision conditions be discovered today or in the future. We provide the highest quality of full scope optometry in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of eye care needs for both children and adults. In addition, our Optometrists specialize in emergency treatment of eye infections and injuries, management of glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and co-management of surgical care including cataract, LASIK and other refractive surgeries. Our doctors and medical staff are committed to helping each patient achieve better vision and superior eye health.
Our Ophthalmology department provides comprehensive medical and surgical eye care for a broad range of eye problems including diabetic eye care, glaucoma, macular degeneration, and other diseases related to aging eyes. Our Board-Certified Ophthalmologists are medical doctors specially trained and skilled in providing total eye care such as performing comprehensive vision exams, diagnosing of eye diseases and disorders, and performing medical and surgical procedures when necessary. This includes elective refractive procedures such as LASIK, and laser cataract surgeries with multi-focal or accommodating implants. Our doctors and certified medical staff know the importance of maintaining healthy eyes and are committed to working with you to achieve the best outcome to meet your individual eye care needs.
“Importance of Eye Exams”
by Dr. Andrew W. Tharp, MD, FACS,
by Dr. Eric J. Weyer, OD,
“Diabetic Eye Disease”
by Dr. Thomas M. Loehr, OD,