Each month you will notice members of the DOCS staff in casual attire.
This is because on the first, third and fifth Friday of each month staff may contribute five dollars each ($5.00) and wear casual attire to work for the day. Historically, the staff votes at the beginning of each year for a charity to receive the “Casual Friday” funds each month.
Spreading GOOD NEWS this Holiday Season
At Dedham Ophthalmic Consultants it is not only about providing quality eye care services to residents throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island communities. At Dedham Ophthalmic Consultants it is also about building ongoing relationships with our patients.
We genuinely care about those we interact with on a daily basis and the communities that surround our practice locally and nationally.
They don’t FUNDRAISE – they FUN RAISE!
At Dedham Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston, we support various philanthropic and charitable causes. This month we are promoting Red Nose Day!
Red Nose Day is a fundraising campaign run by the non-profit organization Comic Relief Inc., a registered 501(c)(3) American public charity.
It is that time of year again! Some call it springtime, others call it “allergy season”.
For those who suffer from allergies, it can be as brutal as it is a beautiful time of year. As we know, this past winter in New England was a mild one. From a shovelling snow and navigating tough roads perspective –
Our patients are increasingly dealing with Computer Vision Syndrome at an alarmingly fast rate.
The chief complaint for office visits this month has been – “eye strain”. Therefore, we felt compelled to share this spectacular article by Dr. Kendall E. Donaldson. Please take the time to read this well-written document entirely. Thank you!
Dedham Ophthalmology Consultants and Surgeons would like to extend a big thank you for the great suggestions for great charitable causes.
As you know, at Dedham Ophthalmic Consultants and Surgeons, we participate in a casual for a cause program on the first, third and fifth Friday of every month. Each staff member may contribute $5.00 and wear casual attire to work for the day.
Winter can be rough on eyes – here are some optical oddities to avoid in the winter season.
Germs, low temperatures, snowballs, icicles. It’s a winter wonderland of vision hazards.
As if avoiding the common cold, or worse yet, the flu were not enough – now one has to consider their eye health as well.
At Dedham Ophthalmic Consultants and Surgeons, we came upon this very well written and informative article regarding common visual conditions that affect our aging population. We thought this a very worthwhile read for those of us taking care of a senior.
The article was written by By Phyllis L. Rakow, COMT, NCLM,
What is Chronic Dry Eye?
Chronic Dry Eye is an incurable ocular surface disease in which you are unable to produce sufficient tears to keep your eyes hydrated, resulting in dry scratchy eyes that often suffer from blurred vision.
Dry eyes are caused by a lack of adequate tear production or the quality of the tear production.