WHY Medical Optometry America?

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When you choose Medical Optometry America (MOA), you are choosing experienced eye doctors who are completely committed to your long-term eye health. Just as you rely on a primary care doctor for your physical health, you need a primary care doctor for your eye health. MOA Doctors of Optometry are precisely that: highly trained primary care doctors for your visual and ocular health. With Medical Optometry America, you get the best of today’s leading medical science with personalized care from our Primary Eye Care Clinicians.

Who We Are

MOA doctors are committed to excellence in eye care. They are leading practitioners who focus on medical eye care and wellness. Their experience, supported by the advanced technology available at MOA Diagnostic and Therapeutic Centers, enables them to provide exceptional patient outcomes. MOA practices are medically focused and work collaboratively within a broader network of healthcare professionals across their local communities. MOA medical optometrists are forward-thinking clinicians who are expanding access to medical eye care in America and elevating the level of care provided to patients.

Our Mission Statement

Medical Optometry America aims to help Americans preserve the beauty of sight by expanding access to high-quality medical eye care.

All MOA practice locations are equipped with state-of-the-art technology for the diagnosis and treatment of common medical eye conditions. This includes:

  • OCT/OCTA: A non-invasive imaging test which allows a practitioner to see each of the retina’s distinct layers which helps provide treatment guidance for glaucoma and diseases of the retina such as AMD and diabetic eye disease.
  • Fundus Photography: Fundus photography involves the use of a retinal camera to photograph different regions of the eye. This test is considered medically necessary for conditions such as AMD, diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and multiple sclerosis.
  • Meibography: A quick and comfortable test that involves taking an image of the tear glands (meibomian glands) to assess whether or not a patient is producing healthy tears.
  • Advanced Dry Eye Treatments: Treatments like Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) and thermal pulsatoin (Lipiflow) which are designed to remove blockages in the tear glands for dry eye relief.
  • And more!

The MOA Diagnostic and Therapeutic Center

Our office is equipped with a comprehensive suite of advanced technology for the evaluation and treatment of eye diseases and conditions. 

Our Specialities:

At Medical Optometry America, we specialize in the following:

  • Dry eye disease
  • Glaucoma
  • Cataract & surgical co-management
  • Diabetic eye care
  • Macular degeneration
  • Emergency eye care

Our Diagnostic Equipment:

We are constantly updating our equipment and investing in new technology to provide our patients with the highest level of care. 

Some of the technologies we use, include:

Treatment Options:

Our team at MOA can help find a treatment option completely tailored to your needs. Some of the treatments we offer, include:

  • Advanced dry eye treatments including Intense Pulsed Light (IPL)
  • Glaucoma management
  • Cosmetic eye therapies
  • Other ocular surface disease therapies
  • Ocular nutrition

Why Choose Us

Your eyes are a window to your health. Even if you do not need vision correction, everyone needs a primary eye care provider to maintain their visual health and detect potential concerns before they cause significant issues. MOA offers premier medical eye care utilizing state-of-the-art technology to facilitate the diagnosis and treatment of a broad range of eye diseases and conditions. With MOA, you get the best of today’s leading medical science with personalized care from our Primary Eye Care Clinicians.

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Our exceptional team of Medical Optometrists bring years of experience and residency training in the field of Medical eye care to provide the highest level of patient care. They are focused on total ocular health and work collaboratively within the broad network of healthcare professionals in their communities. MOA doctors are proactive in their co-management and communication with other medical practitioners in their local care networks to provide optimal care for their mutual patient’s eye health and overall health.

About Medical Optometry America

MOA works with independent, forward-thinking medical optometrists. Joining us helps demonstrate your commitment to practicing at the top of your profession. Better yet, we provide the best practices, marketing savvy, practice management tools, and support to help keep you there.
Becoming a part of MOA helps you differentiate yourself and build partnerships with referring healthcare partners and insurance companies.

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