Education Tips and Resources for Healthy Vision

eye doctor explaining an eye disease to a patientWelcome to Tennessee Eye Care’s education page, your go-to resource for all things eye care! We understand the importance of healthy vision, and we’re dedicated to providing you with the information and tools you need to maintain optimal eye health. Our team of experienced eye care professionals is committed to staying up-to-date with the latest advancements in eye care, and we’re excited to share our knowledge with you.

Whether you’re looking for information on common eye conditions, tips for maintaining healthy vision, or updates on the latest treatments and procedures, you’ve come to the right place. Our education center features a wide range of educational articles written by our team of eye care experts, so you can be confident that the information you’re receiving is accurate, reliable, and tailored to your unique needs.

At Tennessee Eye Care, we believe that education is the key to maintaining healthy vision, and we’re committed to helping you achieve the best possible outcomes for your eye health. So whether you’re a long-time patient or simply interested in learning more about eye care, we invite you to explore our education center and discover all that Tennessee Eye Care has to offer.

Female pickleball player on court with an orange shirt not using eye protection

Eye Safety in Pickleball

Pickleball, a sport that blends elements of tennis, badminton, and table tennis, has seen a surge in popularity in recent years. As more people engage in this fun and social activity here in Knoxville and around the country, the importance of safety, particularly eye safety, becomes paramount.

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glasses making far away object clear for nearsightedness

Nearsightedness: A Guide to Symptoms and Treatment

Nearsightedness, also known as myopia, is a common vision condition that affects the ability to see distant objects clearly. Unlike farsightedness, where close objects are clear, nearsighted individuals struggle with distant vision, making activities like driving or watching a movie challenging.

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