New York OCT Scans For Light Sensitivity, Diagnostic Vision Testing Announced

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The well-established optometry practice in New York, Westchester Eyes ((914) 586-3937), has announced its optical coherence tomography (OCT) scans to diagnose the underlying cause of light sensitivity and other vision issues.

With a wide range of conditions that may cause photophobia, or light sensitivity, the practice’s recently announced optical coherence tomography (OCT) scans are an effective diagnostic method. An OCT scan uses light waves to create cross-sectional images of the retina, which is the tissue at the back of the eye that receives light and transmits it as messages to the brain.

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The practice hopes its new announcement will encourage more New York residents struggling with not just photophobia, but also those who have a family history of eye disease or glaucoma, to seek its non-invasive OCT scans. Westchester Eyes can use its OCT device to detect retinal diseases, glaucoma, early-stage macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and other conditions.

Light sensitivity, or photophobia, is often experienced in tandem with other issues like headaches, fatigue, nausea, and eye discomfort. While it is a common issue, it can be related to a more serious underlying ocular condition which, if left untreated, can cause progress to cause increased sensitivity and visual deterioration.

Westchester Eyes recommends that patients over the age of 25 who are concerned about their eye health schedule an appointment to receive an OCT scan at the clinic. Regular OCT scans allow Westchester Eyes’ optometrists to detect abnormalities at their earliest appearance.

About Westchester Eyes

Founded by Dr. Eric Rubinfeld, Westchester Eyes strives to provide optometry care using the most cutting-edge diagnostic and therapeutic technologies and techniques available. In addition to OCT scans, the practice offers non-LASIK myopia correction, glaucoma treatment, emergency eye care, and neurotrophic keratopathy. Dr. Rubinfeld has worked in the optometry field as a lecturer, trainer, and practitioner for over 35 years.

“I am very satisfied with the eye exam that the doctor at Westchester Eyes gave me,” said one satisfied patient of the practice. “The equipment they used is ultra modern and they removed the problem that I had with my dry eyes and stopped the constant tearing. Thank you very much for the excellent service, since the staff was totally professional and responsive to my concerns.”

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