Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT)
- NO Glasses!
- NO Daytime Contacts Lenses!
- NO Surgery!
CRT is a FDA-approved
non-surgical alternative to Lasik Surgery to correct
nearsightedness. It involves wearing
oxygen-breathing contact lenses while you sleep to re-shape the cornea. This results in clear, natural vision upon
removing the lenses each morning. This procedure has other names including orthokeratology, or ortho-k.
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Computerized Vision Therapy
Computerized Vision Therapy Is Effective, Scientific Treatment
Vision therapy -- a type of
physical therapy for the eyes and brain -- is a highly effective
for many common visual problems such as lazy eye, crossed eyes, double vision, convergence insufficiency, and
visual-based learning disabilities. These neuro-muscular conditions commonly cannot be treated with eyeglasses
alone. Many patients with these conditions who have been told, "it's too late," or "you'll have to learn to live with
it" have benefited from vision therapy.
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We offer surgical co-management
in conjunction with local eye surgeons for Cataract surgery and
Additionally, we have established working arrangements with other specialized eye care doctors to manage such
issues as retinal detachments, tears, or hemorrhages. A well established co-management network of highly
specialized, hand picked physicians in the area allows us to insure that our patients receive the best of care
within our office, and, when necessary, beyond the confines of our facility.
- Cataracts are a natural change
of the lens in the eye where a cloudy or opaque area forms.
- Cataract surgery is indicated
when the cataract impairs vision to the extent that it interferes
with normal daily activities.
- During the procedure, the
clouded lens is replaced with an artificial lens in order to
restore clear vision.
- Cataract extraction is one of
the most frequently performed surgical procedures in the
- Typically, most people are nervous before
surgery, but are very pleased with the results.
- Dr. Belill offers pre-surgical diagnosis and counseling, surgeon referral, and post-operative care.
- Dr. Belill recommends anyone
thinking about refractive surgery to consider Dr. Frank
- Dr. Rosenbaum started
performing Lasik surgery in 1997 and has completed over 15,000
procedures to date.
- He has been recognized as being
one of the top 5% of Lasik surgeons nationally.
- Dr. Rosenbaum also offers many
refractive surgeries such as Custom IntraLasik (blade-free), Lasek,
PRK, Visian ICL, Clear Lens Extraction, Conductive Keratoplasty
(CK), and Multifocal lens implants following cataract surgery
(Crystalens, ReZoom, Restor)
- During an internship at
Rosenbaum Eye and Laser Center in 2004, Dr. Belill received
extensive training in pre-and post-operative Lasik care under Dr.
- Following an comprehensive eye
exam with Dr. Belill's, he will be able to discuss which refractive
surgery might be right for you.
- The majority of people who
pursue refractive surgery with Dr. Rosenbaum, if they choose, will
be able to receive most of their follow up care at Dr. Belill's
- Visit www.RosenbaumEye.com for
Infant and Pediatric Eye Care
According to the American
Optometric Association, children should have their first
comprehensive eye exam at
about 6-12 months of age. Children should then have additional eye exams at age 3, and again at age 5. Dr. Belill
then recommends a complete examination every 12 months. Some vision problems, such as lazy eye, are best
treated if detected and corrected as early as possible, while the child's vision system is still developing. Dr. Belill,
having two young children of his own, has added experience and an extra advantage when performing infant and
child eye exams. He uses many different toys and props such as hand puppets or maracas.
InfantSee is a public health
program established by The American Optometric Association and
Johnson Vision Care. Inc. to ensure that optometric eye and vision care becomes an integral part of infant
wellness care. Under this program, a comprehensive eye examination within the first year of life will be provided as
a no cost public health service. Dr. Belill is now providing these no cost assessments. When you call to schedule
your baby's appointment, identify it as an InfantSEE™ assessment.