Learn about the latest trends in ophthalmology during the Meet the Doctor seminar series at Florida Eye Institute. Enjoy a light lunch and discover how laser advancements and surgical options can improve vision like never before. All seminars are FREE and open to the public. Friday, Feb. 28, 2020: NEW! FDA Approved BEOVU for Macular Degeneration. Thomas Baudo, MD, Board Certified Ophthalmology Learn about the latest treatment in the fight against wet macular degeneration, the leading cause of severe and irreversible vision loss for adults over 65. Friday, March 6, 2020: Glaucoma Update 2020 – Amazing Micro-Stents. Karen Todd, MD, Board Certified Ophthalmology Can a tiny stent reduce the need for daily glaucoma eye drops? Dr. Todd discusses the latest micro-surgical options that can be completed during cataract surgery. Are they for you? Friday, March 13, 2020: “HELP, Herpes! The Doctor Says It’s My Cornea” Christopher Shumake, MD, Board Certified Ophthalmology How to know if pain, redness, or rash on the eyelids is simple irritation or a potentially damaging virus? Dr. Shumake explains common conditions of the cornea and how to protect your vision. Friday, March 20, 2019: Can a Laser Cure My Floaters? Thomas Baudo, MD, Board Certified Ophthalmology
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All Seminars are FREE and Open to the Public. Meet the Doctor seminars at Florida Eye Institute are scheduled Friday November 15th and 22nd. Discover the latest trends in ophthalmology and learn how advanced options can improve vision like never before. Lectures begin at 1:00 PM with registration at 12:30 PM. A light lunch will be provided. Call 772-569-9500 to RSVP as space is limited.
To celebrate 35 years of vision in the community and commemorate the Vero Beach Centennial, Florida Eye Institute devised a year-long photo contest aptly titled My2020Experience. A special website was created expressly for the contest according to Cindi Green, RN, APR, Director of Marketing and Community Relations for the ophthalmology practice. “Since we’re known for helping people experience their best vision, it was a perfect way to showcase the diversity of our area during this extraordinary year,” she confirms. “We received outstanding photos of stunning sunsets, vibrant flowers, and people enjoying outdoor activities each month during the contest. It will definitely be a challenge to select the final grand prize winner!” If you would like to share your vision of Vero Beach, upload photos directly to My2020Experience.com. The Grand Prize winner will be announced at the Centennial Finale on Saturday, October 26, 2019, and awarded $250 cash courtesy of Florida Eye Institute. “There’s still time to enter so get out there and share your vision of all things Centennial!” confirms Green. More information can be found at My2020Experience.com Florida Eye Institute specializes in comprehensive eye care including custom cataract surgery, glaucoma treatment, macular degeneration and diabetic eye conditions with
All seminars are free and open to the public. Meet the Doctor seminar series begins at Florida Eye Institute Friday, February 8th. Discover the latest trends in ophthalmology and learn how advanced medical-surgical options can improve vision like never before. Friday, Feb. 8, 2019: Macular Degeneration and Your Quality of Life, Dr. Thomas Baudo Macular Degeneration is the leading cause of severe and irreversible vision loss. Dr. Baudo explains the current FDA treatments and the latest AREDs vitamin research. Friday, Feb. 15, 2019: Glaucoma Update 2019, The Amazing Micro IStent, Dr. Karen Todd Can a tiny stent reduce the need for daily glaucoma eye drops? Dr. Todd discusses the latest micro-surgical options that can be completed during cataract surgery. Friday, Feb. 22, 2019: It’s All About the Lens, Dr. Christopher Shumake Replacing the natural lens of the eye is a critical part of cataract surgery. Dr. Shumake reviews the variety of modern lens replacement options and how to decide what’s right for you. Friday, March 8, 2019: Can a Laser Cure My Floaters? Dr. Thomas Baudo More than a mere nuisance, floaters can cause blind spots that impair daily function. Dr. Baudo discusses modern answers to this age-old problem using a
Noted physicians Dr. Thomas Baudo, Retina Ophthalmologist, Dr. Nicholas Rutledge, Podiatrist, and Dr. Deborah Brown, Family Medicine, will be featured speakers during the 6th annual Diabetes Head-to-Toe Symposium scheduled Friday, January 18th at the First Presbyterian Church in Vero Beach. In addition to specialty physicians, the symposium will also feature a presentation by certified diabetes educator, Colleen Symanski, RN. Organizers Cindi Green, RN, of Florida Eye Institute, Colleen Symanski, RN, CDE, founder of A Healthier Me®, and Susan Long, RN, MSW, Faith Community Nurse for First Presbyterian Church have coordinated the informative event along with a host of community partners. “This is our 6th year spearheading the symposium,” says Green, of Florida Eye Institute, “and we’re happy to say that it gets better every year! Attendees gain a better understanding of diabetes from medical experts and come away with real-life tips to stay healthy.” Colleen Symanski, RN, Certified Diabetes Educator and founder of A Healthier Me, agrees. “The symposium is perfect for those overwhelmed with managing their diabetes. People are amazed with the local resources that are here to help.” Susan Long, RN, MSW, Faith Community Nurse for First Presbyterian Church adds, “We’re excited to host the diabetes symposium again
As Vero Beach turns 100 with a yearlong calendar of events, a well-known local medical practice is also on the cusp of a major anniversary in the year 2020. To commemorate Vero’s centennial and celebrate 35 years of vision within the community, Florida Eye Institute has unveiled a photo contest called My2020ExperienceSM. “We’re known for helping people experience their very best vision, “states Cindi Green, RN, APR, Director of Marketing & Community Relations for Florida Eye Institute. “A photo contest seemed the perfect way to support the Centennial while sharing our community’s vision of this special celebration of Vero Beach. We encourage everyone to share all that they see during the entire yearlong celebration.” A special website, My2020Experince.com, was crafted expressly for the contest. Entries are divided into months to coincide with the series of yearlong activities. “Direct links to the Vero Beach 100 Calendar of Events are highlighted throughout our site to help people plan their activities and see all there is to experience during this awesome year,” continues Green. “Visit My2020Experience.com and share your vision of all things Centennial!” The public can upload their digital photos directly to the site. A winning photo will be selected each month.