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Glasses- Is one pair really enough?

Multiple glasses

The simple answer to the question of, is one pair of glasses enough, is NO.  Everyone should have more than one pair of glasses. Let’s start with the basics; you lost them, you break one, can you see distance and near, can you read with without changing them, are you protected from sunlight, uv rays…

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Celebrating 20 Years

Nova Vision 20 years providing 20/20 vision

So much as changed over the last 20 years but not Nova Vision Care’s mission. Since 1997 our doors have been open and our hearts have been devoted to providing excellence service and education to all our patients.  We all believe our mission statement, “Better Vision. Better Life. Better World.”  is why we still get…

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Donate glasses and change someone's life!

Here at Nova Vision Care we are a Lions Club Eyeglass Donation center.  We accept all prescription glasses, reading glasses, and sunglasses for our donation box.  The Lions Club has stated that the children’s frames are needed the most but all donations give you the chance to make a difference in someone’s life.  Our own…

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Poor Grades Explained by Vision Problems

Vision and Learning Month

Poor Grades Explained by Vision Problems: College of Optometrists in Vision Development offers hope to parents of struggling readers THU, JUN 05 When school resumes in August, educators, parents, and students will strive to improve reading levels. According to the Common Core Curriculum, “Students will be challenged and asked questions that push them to refer…

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Stephen Curry's Visual Training

Stephen Curry is well known for his insane ball-handling and dribbling skills. Here he does a dribbling drill with blinding glasses and a tennis ball, and it looks grueling. Watch The Full Video Here Davis, S. (2015, November 6). Stephen Curry Dribbling Drills. Retrieved April 19, 2016, from

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CNN Reports on Concussion Recovery

Football Brain Injury

CNN reports on a new study from the journal of Pediatrics that suggests that recovery from a brain injury or concussion can take anywhere from days to weeks to years depending on the age of the injured and the severity of the concussion. In conjunction with other symptoms such as headaches, blurred vision and dizziness,…

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The Ghost in My Brain

the ghost in my brain

This week for Brain Injury Awareness Month we are reviewing an intimate and personal account of suffering from a concussion. The Ghost in my Brain Clark Elliott Clark had a short blackout as the result of a fairly minor automobile accident. His symptoms were anything but minor. For over a decade he dealt with pain…

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NPR talks New Treatments for Concussions


We are starting off Brain Injury Awareness Month with a spotlight on NPR New Treatments for Concussions Based on Recent Brain Research The Diane Rehm Show Thu, June 4 2015 Synopsis Dramatic results in reduction of symptoms and in some case full recovery after new use of brain exercises, puzzles, physical therapy and special eye…

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NFL Arizona Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald uses Vision Therapy

Larry Fitz.

“Parents don’t realize that you need over 17 visual skills to succeed in reading, learning, sports, and in life. Seeing ’20/20′ is just one of those visual skills,” says Fitzgerald. Nova Vision’s own Dr. Brenda Montecalvo grew up near Green Bay Wisconsin and is die hard Packer fan.  Regardless of her loyalties to her team,…

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