At Eye Wellness, we care about the future of your vision.
Eye Wellness provides preventative eye exams and vision care for the entire family. We want to help you see clearly and attain your best vision while learning how to maintain healthy eyes for a lifetime.
We promise to provide our patients with leading edge care so that they may have superior vision & maintain a lifetime of healthier eyes.
The Eye Wellness difference
Dry Eye Syndrome
Dry eye syndrome (DES) is a chronic condition that develops when your eyes do not produce and maintain enough tears to keep the eye’s surface lubricated resulting in multiple symptoms that range from person to person. Read more about DES symptoms, causes, diagnosis and treatment... Read More
Dry Eyes Elderly
The elderly, particularly women, are prone to higher risks of this occurrence. Overall health contributes to this factor as well. Symptoms include itching, burning, eye irritation and blurry vision. It's best to have an appointment with a specialist for any treatment that may be needed... Read More
If your children know about good eye health, then you are empowering future generations…
That is a good thing! The earlier kids adopt healthy habits for their vision, the healthier their eyes will be.
At Eye Wellness our team of optometrists and eye health professionals in Niagara Falls, ON educate and inspire children of all ages on how to keep their eyes healthy. We do this in fun and innovative ways that help children understand the importance of eye heath from an early age.
Eye Wellness Services for Kids:
- Eyefoods for Kids nutrition plan
- Eye wellness exams with retinal photographs
- Sports eyewear
- Eyeglasses & sunglasses for children
- Contact lenses for your teens
- Binocular vision
- Education on how to protect your child’s eyes from the damaging effect of blue light emitted by computers, smart phones, and tablets
Dr. Laurie Capogna co-authoured the book EyeFoods, and EyeFoods for Kids with Dr. Barbara Pelletier.
Both she and Dr. Pelletier are optometrists and saw the need to have a way to educate
people regarding the benefits of good nutrition and vision.
Eyefoods: A Food Plan for Healthy Eyes is a tool to encourage patients and the public to
discover the power of foods for the prevention of eye disease.
Women In Optometry Recognizes Women ODs for Excellence
On November 10, Women In Optometry presented its first awards recognizing women ODs for excellence in the categories of leadership; mentorship and education; and innovation. More than 160 people nominated women ODs for these awards; the WO professional advisory board voted on the final selection. WO congratulates Dr. Laurie Capogna!
Click here for the full press release including more details on the awards and their recipients.