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08/28/2016
By: Martie J.
First Eye Associates
I would like to acknowledge the excellent care being provided by The First Eye Associates. After experiencing vision problems, I was able to be seen and evaluated promptly. My treatment plan was started immediately. I thank the receptionists, Dr. Myers, my ophthalmologist , and Dr. Maw for their care and concern. I am now receiving care from the Associates Eye Care Specialist Dr. Richard Maw. With all of his knowledge and experience, I am quite comfortable entrusting to him the health of my vision. At The First Eye Associates, they care for your vision as they would their own.
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08/30/2016
By: Martie J.
First Eye Associates
I would like to acknowledge the excellent care being provided to me by First Eye Associates of Omaha, Ne.. After experiencing vision problems, I was able to be seen and evaluated promptly. My treatment plan was started immediately. Thank you everyone at the Associates for such rapid response. I am now under the care of Associates Eye Care Specialist Dr. Maw. I am completely comfortable entrusting the health of my vision to him. He is very knowledgeable and possesses vast experience in his field. At First Eye Associates the good health of your vision is their utmost concern.
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09/21/2015
By: Kelly E.
Malbar Vision Center
I really enjoyed my visit with the optimoligist doctor and glasses guy Don was very understanding and went out of his way to get me lowest price. The only bad thing i can say is the eye glasses and lenses are way to exspensive. I was at marlbar on 78th and Cass.
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Depending on the severity of the issue at hand and how quickly results are seen, vision therapy treatment sessions may extend anywhere from two to three  months to multiple years. he earlier a diagnosis is made and the proper therapy practice identified, the better the results typically are.
Vision therapy treatment is usually charged for visit - ranging from $150-$200 per consultation, and totaling anywhere from $1,000-$10,000, depending how long the treatment lasts.
There are dozens of different vision-related disorders, but some of the more common ones include nearsightedness (myopia), farsightedness, astigmatism, cataracts, presbyopia and glaucoma.
Vision therapy has proven to be effective in many cases, particularly when a condition such as astigmatism is diagnosed early. Even if not fully resolved, more serious issues are worth addressing through vision therapy in the interest of mitigating their effects and not letting them worsen.
Vision therapy may treat amblyopia, astigmatism, strabismus, or a host of other variations of near- and farsightedness. By focusing on the connection to the brain, vision therapy aims to address the root of the issue at hand.

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