Caring for your eyes goes far beyond vision correction. Even if you think you have perfect vision, you could still have undetected eye disease. At Medical Optometry America, we’re committed to the long-term health of your eyes.

Equipped with the most advanced diagnostic and therapeutic technology available, our specially trained eye doctors diagnose diseases at their earliest stages, treat issues before they become significant problems, and provide relief for existing conditions.

With Eye Health Centers currently in Shrewsbury, PA and Newtown Square, PA to serve the Central and Southeastern PA areas, we are rapidly expanding to provide a more proactive approach to eye care. Medical Optometry America is the Future of Eye Health!

State of the Art
Medical Eye Care

Medical Optometry America focuses on providing primary Medical Eye Care to evaluate and treat the health and wellbeing of your eyes.

Personal, Caring
Touch

Our Medical Optometrists offer the personal, caring touch of a primary eye care doctor, taking the time to get to know you and your eye health needs.

Cutting Edge
Technology

Our offices are equipped with a comprehensive suite of advanced diagnostic and therapeutic equipment to detect and treat a full range of eye diseases and conditions.

Care Network
Communication

As part of your care network, our doctors communicate and coordinate with your physicians and specialists to help optimize your total health.

Experienced
Team

Our team of Medical Optometrists have received extensive additional medical training including residencies and are recognized thought-leaders in their field.

Emergency
Eye Care

Our team is on call 7 days a week for any eye-related emergencies, creating peace of mind for patients in our community.

What is a Medical Optometrist?

Optometrist. Ophthalmologist. Optician. They may sound alike but they all do different things. It can be confusing to understand. Who does what and what exactly is a Medical Optometrist?

Just as you have a primary care physician or a family doctor for your physical health and a dentist for your oral health, you need a Medical Optometrist for your visual and ocular health. A Medical Optometrist is an eye doctor who provides primary medical and non-surgical care for your total eye health.

And just as you get an annual check-up for your body and regular cleanings for your teeth, you should have an Annual Eye Physical every year for your eye health to stay on top of any changes before they become serious issues.

Medical Eye Care vs. Routine Vision Care

Most optometry practices are vision centers that focus primarily on routine vision care via refractions, glasses and contacts. Caring for your total eye health goes far beyond vision correction.

 

The greatest threats to healthy vision are the many forms of eye disease, most of which do not have symptoms until they permanently affect your eyesight. These include Dry Eye, Macular Degeneration (AMD), Diabetic Retinopathy, Glaucoma, Cataracts.

 

Medical Optometry America provides medical eye care services to address your total visual and ocular health. Our offices are staffed by exceptionally skilled medical optometrists and are equipped with cutting-edge, state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic technology.

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5 “Must Do” Steps to Care for the Aging Eye

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5 “Must Do” Steps to Care for the Aging Eye

Eye CareEye Conditions & Diseases

With increased age, comes an increased risk for vision problems. People over the age of 50 are more likely to suffer from eye disease. They need to be proactive and receive specialized care to maintain their eye health as well as overall health as they age.Check out MOA’s 5 ‘Must Do’ Steps to Care for […]

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October 20, 2022
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Medical Optometry

With increased age, comes an increased risk for vision problems. People over the age of 50 are more likely to suffer from eye disease. They need to be proactive and receive specialized care to maintain their eye health as well as overall health as they age. Check out MOA’s 5 ‘Must Do’ Steps to Care […]

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Is It Dry Eye Disease or Just Allergies? How to know for sure and find relief either way!

Dry EyeEye Conditions & Diseases

Is It Dry Eye Disease or Just Allergies? How to know for sure and find relief either way!

Dry EyeEye Conditions & Diseases

Dry, itchy, irritated eyes are not uncommon among people living in the mid-Atlantic region in early fall. Ragweed allergen levels start to peak around this time and people who are allergic start to exhibit symptoms. With public awareness increasing of Dry Eye Disease, many patients wonder if they are experiencing allergies or something more. What […]

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Dry, itchy, irritated eyes are not uncommon among people living in the mid-Atlantic region in early fall. Ragweed allergen levels start to peak around this time and people who are allergic start to exhibit symptoms. With public awareness increasing of Dry Eye Disease, many patients wonder if they are experiencing allergies or something more. What […]

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5 Eye Conditions that May Require Emergency Care

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5 Eye Conditions that May Require Emergency Care

Eye Conditions & Diseases

Got a Nerf dart in your eye? Woke up with screaming red eyes? Sharp pain in the eye or sudden sensitivity to light? Life happens and sometimes it can be hard to know whether a condition will pass by itself or whether it might require more immediate medical eye care. Studies have shown that going […]

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Medical Optometry

Got a Nerf dart in your eye? Woke up with screaming red eyes? Sharp pain in the eye or sudden sensitivity to light? Life happens and sometimes it can be hard to know whether a condition will pass by itself or whether it might require more immediate medical eye care. Studies have shown that going […]

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