5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –Pearle Vision, one of North America’s largest and most trusted licensed optical brands, announced today plans to convert four of its neighborhood eye care centers in Orlando, Fla., from company-owned to licensees. Pearle Vision is currently seeking qualified candidates who are interested in owning and operating their very own Pearle Vision to purchase existing locations for sale in Orlando, Fla. This is part of the company’s 2013 expansion plans to re-license 34 company-owned centers in 10 states. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130709/NY43871LOGO ) “To date, we have re-licensed 21 neighborhood eye care centers in markets across the country, giving entrepreneurs the opportunity to own their own business,” said Srinivas Kumar, senior vice president and general manager, Pearle Vision. “Pearle Vision has a 50-year legacy of providing genuine eye care to our patients. As we continue to grow, we’re searching for qualified licensees in Orlando with a passion for their local communities to join the Pearle Vision family.” Opportunities are available for qualified licensees throughout Brevard, Lake, Orange and Osceola counties.
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Eye Exercises and Vision Training
Effective on myopia, hyperopia, presbyopia and astigmatism. Posted by Rebecca Turner | Last updated: Oct 13, 2013 First created over 150 years ago, eye exercises are widely used around the world today for natural vision improvement. Also commonly referred to as vision training, eye exercises performed consistently over a period of time can cure: Myopia Nearsightedness Astigmatism An irregularly shaped cornea The Causes of Poor Vision The main cause of poor vision is muscle tension in and around the eye. This eye strain affects the ability to focus and relax completely, and over time the eyeball changes shape to compensate. The irregular shape of the eyeball causes light to focus too far in front of the retina (in nearsightedness) or too far behind (in farsightedness).
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Eye Diseases May Go Unnoticed in Individuals with Diabetes
1, 2013 During American Diabetes Month, the American Optometric Association (AOA) reminds patients that early detection and treatment may limit potential for vision loss ST. LOUIS, Nov. 1, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ –With more than 8 percent of the American population having diabetes, regular dilated eye exams are critical to prevent vision loss. Diabetes is a disease that interferes with the body’s ability to use and store sugar, which can cause many health problems. Too much sugar in the blood can cause damage throughout the body, including the eyes.
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