We are a family-owned business, with the convenience of a mall location with doctors passionate about providing quality eye care for your family.
Steck Eye Care has the clinical experience and caring style to provide excellent eye care for your family. Steck Eye Care offers complete eye care and we do it with state-of-the-art equipment. Such as, digital retinal imaging to detect, record and educate patients about ocular health problems likes glaucoma and macular degeneration. Our eye care center in Milwaukee provides all the recommended tests by the State’s Child Vision Initiative. As optometrists licensed in Wisconsin, we are trained to provide a level of testing beyond the scope of school screenings. We are proud of our affiliation with LensCrafters and their reputation for providing top quality eyewear.
Beyond the life experiences, the health of your eyes can also play an important role in the condition of your total body. Of course the eyes have their own set of care needs based on specific conditions such as glaucoma, macular degeneration and others, but did you know that they can also help detect and diagnose other major health issues? According to the Mayo Clinic, serious medical conditions such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes can show symptoms in the eyes. That’s why, during an eye exam, your optometrist may ask you questions about overall health and family history. Should the doctor see any warning signs, he or she can refer you to a physician who can diagnose and treat any underlying issues in these areas.
The eyes are fascinating organs, and they can do so much more than we often realize—especially when it comes to total body health and life experience. That’s why we at Steck Eye Care want to encourage you to get regular eye exams. Doing this will help you not only see more clearly, but also live more fully.
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