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Eye Disease Diagnosis and Management

Eye diseases can seriously impact your vision and life. Get the eye disease management and care you deserve at our office.  

Eye diseases can range from mild to severe and affect your eyes in many ways, some of which get progressively worse over time. Implementing an eye disease treatment or management plan can help, but early diagnosis is key.  


At Integrity Eye Care, we diagnose eye diseases of all kinds and offer care to help you continue to live your highest quality life.  


How Are Eye Diseases Diagnosed? 

The best way to diagnose eye problems and catch them early before they progress or worsen is through regular comprehensive eye examinations. Our comprehensive exams include a series of different tests that analyze your overall eye health and help identify a variety of eye diseases including glaucoma, dry eye, diabetic retinopathy, conjunctivitis, macular degeneration, and more. Your doctor may also discuss your health history and family health history with you at your exam to determine your risk of developing eye disease at a later date.  


How Are Eye Diseases Treated and Prevented? 

Eye diseases and their respective treatments can vary widely. Some conditions may require only short-term care, while other eye conditions may be permanent and require a different treatment or management plan that occurs over a longer period of time.  


At Integrity Eye Care in Murfreesboro, we will discuss your treatment options with you if you are diagnosed with an eye disease. Our team will assist you in developing a treatment plan that targets your unique eye health needs. Follow-up appointments may also be recommended to monitor your eye disease, alter your treatment plan if needed, and make adjustments as your eyes need. 


Eye diseases and their management may vary from simple remedies to more intensive treatment depending on the condition. Dry eye care, for example, may be soothed with eye drops but will likely require ongoing care. On the other hand, pink eye may go away quickly with eye drops, while other conditions like glaucoma or cataracts may require surgery. In some cases, at-home remedies and lifestyle changes can help slow the progression of your condition. Your optometrist will let you know what options are available for you to implement at home.  


No matter the disease, early intervention is often best when it comes to eye disease management. Early detection can play a big role in significantly slowing down the progression of the disease. People often experience few if any symptoms in the early stages of eye disease development, so it is important to regularly get your eyes checked by an eye doctor.  


At our eye care center in Murfreesboro, we are here to help you with all your eye care needs, including eye disease diagnosis and management. Contact our office today to schedule your exam and be proactive about protecting your eyes and living your healthiest life.