It’s human nature to take our senses for granted. Our ability to smell, taste, hear, and touch are generally things we do with no effort, hardly any thought, and little reflection. The same goes for our eyesight. However, what would you do if you woke up tomorrow and you couldn’t see. Would that change your life? Would you have to make some drastic changes to how you live? Think for a moment about all the changes you would have to make to your lifestyle. Would you be able to use your computer or phone? Yes, but it would be a much different experience as a person without sight. How would you get to work? Would you even be able to do your job? Having a great eye doctor is very important. At the Kirk Eye Center, we have eye doctors who are way ahead of the curve in knowing signs and symptoms of ocular disease. We have published extensive content on our eye doctors, so if you have any questions or if you would like more information on our eye doctors, you can read the short excerpts from these two previous blog posts. Simply click on the link to read the post in its entirety.
“Pain is usually the result of a symptom, which is usually the result of a vein, muscle, tendon, bone, or blood not functioning correctly. Well, when it comes to vision, pain can often be the result of something that is misaligned or overused; this can be an iris, pupil, cone, rod etc.”
“If you have been diagnosed with cataracts, you’ll want the most advanced treatment out there. That’s where we come in! We have a brilliant eye Doctor in Loveland, CO. Dr. John Kirk has helped thousands of cataract patients in thousands of different ways.”