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Protect Your Eyes

An unprotected eye is an invitation for an injury to occur, especially while playing sports. But there are so many ways in which we can protect our eyes.

Here are some precautions that should be taken, when playing sports, to prevent eye injuries from happening.

Baseball: Players should wear a faceguard made of a sturdy plastic or polycarbonate material along with eye goggles or eye guards.

Basketball: Players should wear eye goggles at all times in the event of an errant elbow, a stray poke from another player’s finger, or an errantly thrown basketball.

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In this interview Jim explains why he chose to treat his Cataract at the Rand Eye Institute. Watch as he discusses his struggle with vision and not being able to see clearly.  The options available and what finally made him take the initiative to treat his Cataract to improve his vision.
 
“I was so glad to have this done, Don’t Wait”.
- Former Fire, Chief J. Mathie.

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Johnny’s No-Flap LASIK Surgery (Part 3) – 1 Week Post-Op

Johnny’s excited about his new vision and all the activities he will be able to enjoy without contacts or glasses.

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Johnny’s No-Flap LASIK Surgery (Part 2) – 1 Day Post-Op
In this episode Johnny visits the Rand Eye Institute for his 1 day, post No-Flap LASIK surgery, follow-up appointment. Johnny meets with Dr. Allison L. Rand and reviews the details of his surgery.

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Workplace Eye Safety – Common Eye Injuries
The most common causes for eye injuries are:

• Flying objects
• Tools
• Particles
• Chemicals
• Harmful radiation

Chemical eye burns
Highly acidic and highly alkaline substances are extremely toxic to the eye and can cause chemical eye burns if they come into contact with the surface of the eye.
Alkaline substances pose the greatest risk. These substances are commonly found in workplaces, such as in laboratory chemicals or industrial cleaning products.

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Can younger people get macular degeneration?

Yes, early onset macular degeneration (birth to age 7) is a genetic disease, as is middle-onset macular degeneration (age 5 to 20). People in their thirties or forties can develop a form of the disease that is also inherited. Finally, myopic macular degeneration can occur in people who are severely nearsighted due to extreme elongation of the eyeball. The stretching of the retina can result in tears in the macula and bleeding beneath the retina.

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Life With Low Vision - Age-Related Macular Degeneration

Low vision means that even with regular glasses, contact lenses, medicine or surgery, people may find completing daily tasks they were once comfortable doing, become a great struggle.
Here are some things you can do to help you live more comfortably with Age-Related Macular Degeneration:

Lighting -
Good lighting can make a big difference in aiding with vision when it comes to reading a book or knitting.

Having too much or too little light can be dangerous for a person’ with low vision, so it is extremely important to test out different lights and their levels.

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Most Common Sports Eye Injuries

The most common types of eye injuries that can result from sports injuries are blunt injuries, corneal abrasions and penetrating injuries.

✦ Blunt injuries occur when the eye is suddenly compressed by the impact from an object. Blunt injuries, often caused by tennis balls, racquets, fists or elbows, can sometimes cause a black eye or hyphema (bleeding in front of the eye). More serious blunt injuries often break bones near the eye, and may sometimes seriously damage important eye structures and/or lead to vision loss.

✦ Corneal abrasions are painful scrapes on the outside of the eye, or the cornea. Most corneal abrasions eventually heal on their own, but a doctor can best assess the extent of the abrasion, and may prescribe medication to help control the pain. The most common cause of a sports-related corneal abrasion is being poked in the eye by a finger.

✦ Penetrating injuries are caused by a foreign object piercing the eye.

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Computer Vision Syndrome

As more of today’s workforce use computer monitors in the office, more often, workers are experiencing a new type of eye fatigue known as:

Computer Vision Syndrome

While there is no evidence that Computer Vision Syndrome causes any long-term damage to the eyes, regular computer use can be the source of significant eyestrain and discomfort.
If you have Computer Vision Syndrome, you may be experiencing some or all of these symptoms:


    Blurred vision
    Double vision
    Dry, red eyes
    Eye irritation
    Headaches
    Neck or back pain

Untreated, these symptoms can have a real effect on your work performance.

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After Cataract Surgery – amazing results!



Former Fire Dept. Chief J. Mathie talks about his post Cataract Surgery follow-up appointment. “I can’t believe the clarity”, says Mr. Mathie. If you’ve been on the side lines about getting Cataract surgery, don’t hesitate, there’s no better place than the Rand Eye Institute. (Video footage recorded with iPhone 6s in HD)

- Former Fire Chief, J. Mathie

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No-Flap LASIK: 1 Day Post-Op, Johnny's Follow-up. Coming Soon!

Johnny's 1 Day Post-Op after No-Flap LASIK surgery video. Coming March 21, 2016. Stay tuned. Subscribe or Follow Us to receive notifications.
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Johnny’s No-Flap LASIK Eye Surgery at Rand Eye Institute

Follow Johnny on the path to his best vision at the Rand Eye Institute. Watch as he experiences No-Flap LASIK Eye Surgery and gets to see clearly without glasses or contacts for the first time in years.

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5 W Sample Rd Deerfield Beach, FL 33064
5 West Sample RoadUSFloridaDeerfield Beach33064
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Having helped thousands of people regain, preserve and enhance their eyesight with quality and compassionate care, The Rand Eye Institute is an international leader in ophthalmology. Each year, patients from throughout South Florida visit the practice for LASIK, cataract surgery and more.
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"I had cataract surgery on both eyes and am more than pleased!"
"The surgery was a complete success and I no longer need to wear glasses."
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J David Rojas
2 months ago
beyond impressive. very very high quality of care provided by Dr. Rand, and all of the doctors at the Rand Eye Institute. you will love their accommodating atmosphere professionalism and impressive attitude toward caring
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Daniel Veteran
a year ago
Top of line ophthalmologist office! I will absolutely be a repeat customer and highly recommend them to everyone.They are very thorough and professional. They were extremely efficient in getting me in an out very timely which is important! I saw Dr. Arnold and Dr. Estrin and they were clearly experienced to say the least. It takes a lot for me to say this, but they truly made me feel like family and that each patient matters. Thank you again Rand Eye Institute!
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Barbara M. Ventura
a year ago
Excellent doctors, excellent equipment, excellent comprehensive care, information and responsibility for the patients. The best of all is the experience and confidence that the patient gains after going through the whole process in order to make the decision to submit your visual ability in their hands. Two surgeries, one in each eye with excellent results. I recommend this place to anybody who values their sight and wants to see clearly.
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Michael Sullivan
2 years ago
Some of the best eye care have received in my life.Very caring and professional. The most thorough eye exam I have ever received. Very caring office staff. Would HIGHLY RECOMMEND!
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H Coleman
2 months ago
Such a reputation for sub-par care. Messed my sight up permanently. Have to live with it every day for rest of my life!
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Rand Eye Institute does not have an H. Coleman in our database. Therefore H. Coleman is not one of our patients.
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Jeff Stern
6 months ago
I had cataract surgery on both eyes and am more than pleased! All of the doctors, pre-op and post-op, were thorough and professional. The surgery was a complete success and I no longer need to wear glasses.
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Oleg Denissov
3 months ago
The best on the word doctor Rand.!!!
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Grace C.
a year ago
My boss who is an attorney and who is never happy with any company was very, very impressed with Rand's service. He encouraged me to get my eyes done by Dr. Rand at Rand Eye. "EXCELLENT staff and service from being picked up by transportation to surgery." "Love you all, great job" Thanks again.