Super Bowl Referee Vision

The Vision of the Super Bowl Referee Can Determine Who Wins or Loses

This Sunday is the National Football League’s championship game – Super Bowl LIII – and millions of football fans will have their eyes glued to television sets to watch the New England Patriots face off against the Los Angeles Rams. While the action on the field is what fans will focus on, the calls from…

Military Trusts LASIK

The U.S. Military Trusts LASIK, So Can You

For most people, having LASIK is about seeing well without needing to rely on glasses and contacts. What you may not know is that the U.S. military trusts LASIK and other laser vision correction procedures in order for service members to have the vision required for operational success and safety. While a civilian may really…

Super Bowl vision

Super Bowl Refereeing Demands Excellent Vision

This Sunday is the National Football League’s championship game – Super Bowl LII and millions of football fans will have their eyes glued to television sets to watch the New England Patriots face off against the Philadelphia Eagles. With all the passes, blocks, turnovers and tackles, the player action on the field is what commands fans’…

Keep Your Eye on the Ball

5 Reasons Competitive Athletes Choose LASIK

Professional athletes train their bodies to perform at an elite skill level. Because vision is integral to physical performance, athletes require vision correction that is always in place and can stand up to extreme conditions. Not surprisingly, many athletes choose LASIK due to its safety and effectiveness. Wherever a sport takes place, field, pitch, course,…

Concentrating on getting the perfect shot

LASIK For Photographers

By eliminating the hassle of glasses or contacts, LASIK for photographers makes it easier and more comfortable to handle cameras, especially the small digital cameras that are increasingly popular among professionals, and the compacts and even smartphones used by enthusiastic amateurs. “Photography is all about eyesight—and it’s also about removing obstacles between the photographer and…

To Become An Astronaut – Or a Better Pilot – Consider LASIK

It’s official! NASA is now accepting applications for its next class of astronauts. What makes this news particularly exciting is that some members of this next astronaut class could very well be on the first mission to Mars. Among the astronaut requirements: at least 1,000 hours of pilot-in-command time in jet aircraft and 20/20 vision….

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