We offer primary EyeCare and family exams for all ages, glasses, contacts of all kinds, foreign body removal, and management as well as treatment of eye diseases.
Feidler Eye Clinic is dedicated to providing you with quality care and service. We treat you like family and want you to have the best experience possible. Our team of experienced doctors have the knowledge to be able to give you the eye care that you have always wanted. We offer a wide range of services:
A complete exam includes a thorough eye health examination with dilation, as well as refraction, where the glasses prescription is checked to see if glasses are needed or if a change in glasses is needed.
For those people interested in wearing or continuing to wear contact lenses, a fitting process needs to take place with periodic evaluation of the cornea (the healthy living tissue that the contact lens sits) and the fit of the contact lens. Dr. Ann and Dr. Klein fit virtually all types of contact lenses: soft, rigid/hard, toric (astigmatism), colored, bifocal/multifocal, keratonic and other specialty contact lenses. They specialize in difficult to fit contact lenses.
Whether you need prescription eyewear or non-prescription sunglasses or safety glasses, there is a wide selection to chose from at Feidler Optical. There is a vast range of styles and prices to meet your needs. They have over 1000 frames on display, and they have a two-year frame and lens warranty on all of their eyewear.
Cataract means a cloudy or opaque area of the lens of the eye. Cataracts can occasionally occur in infants, children, and young adults. However, most cataracts develop in people over the age of 55. Our cataract surgeon is extremely skilled and experienced and has performed thousands of cataract surgeries.
Whether you have been diagnosed with diabetes or not, your complete eye exam will check for this. If diabetic retinopathy is found, this will be discussed with you. People with diabetes should be examined at least once a year, and the doctors routinely communicate with your family physician regarding the status of your diabetes and your eyes.
We have the latest diagnostic instruments at Feidler Eye Clinic, which assist us in diagnosing glaucoma as early as possible. If glaucoma is discovered, then appropriate treatment will be discussed with you.
LASIK is an elective laser procedure that is performed on the cornea to reduce a person's dependency on glasses or contact lenses in the distance. Pre-operative testing and post-operative care is included in the price of the procedure, and are performed at Feidler Eye Clinic. Medical insurance companies do not usually cover this procedure, as it's considered cosmetic and not medically necessary. However, there are discounts available for some insurance companies and vision plans.
Our low vision specialist, Dr. Klein, can test for and prescribe aids and devices to help with areas of daily living for patients with vision impairment. There is a wide range of handheld and electronic magnifying devices to suit your needs.
Feidler Optical carries safety glasses (prescription and non-prescription) and eyewear for your working conditions. We also provide 24-hour emergency eye care should the need arise.
Want to improve visual skills for optimum athletic performance? There are many different tests and therapies, differing from one sport to another. Dr. Klein has worked with several local high schools and college athletes and teams to provide the best possible vision for their sport. Schedule an appointment with our sports vision specialist, Dr. Klein.
If your work, school, or church is interested in an on-site vision screening, please contact our office. Our doctors have provided numerous screenings for local businesses, churches, health fairs, and schools.
Vision Screenings are held four times each year, usually one day in January, April, July, and October from 2:00 pm-5:00 pm. Vision Screenings are associated with the state See To Learn program, where any three-year-old can receive a no-cost screening to help detect visual and eye health problems at an early age. Vision screenings are intended to help identify those children who have or may potentially have a vision problem that may affect physiological or perceptual processes of vision or that could interfere with school performance. Vision screenings are not diagnostic nor do they lead to treatment, but rather only indicate a potential need for further care. In the case of a finding, a complete, dilated eye exam would be necessary. For more information on the program, visit www.SeeToLearn.com.
InfantSEE is a no-cost public health program developed in order to provide professional eye and vision care for infants nationwide. Dr. Ann and Dr. Klein are optometrists who chose to be members of this program in order to provide a one-time, complete dilated eye assessment to infants between 6 to 12 months of age at no cost, regardless of income or insurance. The purpose is for early detection of potential eye and vision problems.
Public health experts agree that visual development is most dramatic between 6-12 months of age and that early detection can prevent and help reduce the threat of serious vision impairments. For more information on the program, visit www.infantSEE.org.
LASIK is an elective laser procedure that is performed on the cornea to reduce a person's dependency on glasses or contact lenses in the distance. Pre-operative testing and post-operative care (exams one day, one week, one month, three months, and six months after the procedure) are included in the price of the procedure. Medical insurance companies do not usually cover this procedure, as it's considered cosmetic and not medically necessary. However, there are discounts available for some insurances and vision plans such as Blue Cross Blue Shield True Vision and VSP (Vision Service Plan). The doctors at Feidler Eye Clinic will do a complimentary screening to see if you are a possible candidate for LASIK if so desired.