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Arena Eye Care is your full-service eye care and vision center. We recommend coming in to see your Sacramento optometrists for an appointment today. We offer the latest technology, outstanding service, and we accept most insurance plans. Dr. Krister L. Holmberg and Dr. Shephali Patel look forward to seeing you soon!
We aim to be a full scope Sacramento optometry practice (in the Natomas area) serving the eye care needs of adults and children. We accept most local eye care and medical insurance, including VSP and Medicare. If you have a question regarding insurance, please call and ask.
In addition to serving your eye care and eyewear needs, our optometrists have specialties. Dr. Patel specializes in low vision services. Dr. Holmberg specializes in contact lenses for advanced vision needs, including CRT, RCP, and Ortho K.
To show our appreciation to you, our patients, we host an annual Patient Appreciation Day on the second Friday in March. We offer gifts with purchase, frames specials, raffle prizes, refreshments, and a stunning frame trunk show.
We are highly detail oriented in our eye care services. We truly believe that every little detail matters, when it comes to taking good care of our patients. When you visit us, we will do everything we can to make sure that your needs are met. This includes explaining everything about your vision health or eye condition, so you can actively participate in your treatment and eye care.
We encourage your children to have their eyes examined on an annual basis if they are in elementary school. Even better, schedule their first office visit prior to heading into school. We offer vision assessment, eye health exams, and comprehensive care for your child's vision and eye care needs. We also have a full line of pediatric eyeglasses should your son or daughter need them.
As a leading cause of blindness in the United States, glaucoma warrants ongoing treatment and care. We screen for glaucoma for high-risk patients annually. If you have glaucoma, we'll create a treatment plan for reducing the risk that your condition will worsen. Seniors are particularly at a high risk for developing this condition with few warning signs.
Another leading cause of blindness in the United States, diabetic retinopathy, also warrants ongoing treatment and care. People who have diabetes should have a dilated eye exam at least once a year. Depending on the condition of one’s eyes, the frequency may be more often. If you have diabetes, we will monitor your eye health and send reports to your general physician and/or endocrinologist after each encounter. Should it be needed, we can consult with retina specialists.
A condition that causes us to lose our central vision is macular degeneration. It is very common and more common as we age. Seniors are particularly at a high risk for developing this condition with few warning signs. It warrants ongoing treatment and care. We assess macular health and have sophisticated imaging devices to monitor it closely. When you come in for your eye exam, we discuss not only the state of your eye health but create a plan to reduce the risk of it progressing.
Our vision can slowly become cloudy over time. More often than not that is caused by a cataract. Although it can happen to anyone at any age, it is more common the older we get. Certain types of eyeglasses and filters can make you more comfortable. When that is not enough, the cataract can be removed surgically and we can participate in that process.
People who are blind often times see, it’s just limited. Those people along with others whose vision is reduced but not labeled as blind are considered to have Low Vision. Individuals with Low Vision often struggle with being able to do the things they love to do. Our team offers treatment solutions that can help you to learn how to watch TV, read, or do other tasks that you may be struggling to do right now. We'll teach you how to manage your Low Vision, and we offer outstanding tools and management solutions for you. See your optometrists in Natomas for solutions.
Individuals who participate in sports are at a high risk for the development of sports injuries. Let our team make recommendations for protecting you and your child's vision on the court or in the field.
Anyone that spends a significant amount of time in front of a computer monitor will benefit from seeing their Sacramento optometrists for a computer vision assessment. We'll work with you to ensure your vision is the best it can be, offer solutions such as eyeglasses for managing computer vision syndrome, and reduce any discomfort you may have.
When you come in to see your eye doctors in Natomas, talk to us about how CRT can help you. This treatment, which includes ortho-keratology can help to correct your vision significantly enough so that you can go without contact lenses or eyeglasses during the day. Our optometrists in Natomas can offer customized contact lenses worn overnight to correct your vision safely.
Your eye doctors in Natomas offer the latest innovations in eyewear including ZEISS lens technology. We'll build customized, highly accurate eyeglasses for your needs using this technology. You'll see impressively well, far beyond what is typical for traditional eyeglasses or contact lenses.
Our Sacramento optometrists also serve the communities of Sacramento, Natomas, West Sacramento, Woodland, Davis, Elk Grove, Roseville, Rancho Cordova, Citrus Heights, and Carmichael.
Has it been a while since you had your eyes checked? Why not call today for Sacramento area eye care? Contact our office at (916) 419-8167 or use our online appointment scheduler to make your appointment now. If you are a new patient, you can receive 15 percent off your first visit with us.
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