Welcome to EyeCare Associates

We are a team of experienced and competent optometrists located throughout Alabama, dedicated to providing quality eye care to you and your family! We pride ourselves on customer service and making sure you want to return!

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We are dedicated to providing the standard of care we would seek for our own families. There is a comfort and confidence that comes with familiarity when each member of the family sees the same professional in a program of vision and eye health.

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  • Comprehensive vision and eye health examinations
  • Glaucoma testing, evaluation and treatment
  • Diagnosis and management of ocular disease
  • Complete contact lens services
  • Glasses prescriptions filled, repaired and adjusted
  • Refractive surgery evaluations, pre and post-operative care

Common Vision Problems

The most common vision problems are refractive errors, more commonly known as nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia. Refractive errors occur when the shape of the eye prevents light from focusing directly on the retina. The length of the eyeball changes in the shape of the cornea, or aging of the lens can cause refractive errors. Most people have one or more of these conditions.

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AOA’s 2014 Young Optometrist of the Year M. Rob Pate, O.D. discusses his drive to help others. October 29, 2014

A four-year starting defensive back at Auburn University, M. Rob Pate, O.D., received an education in the school of hard knocks against NCAA Division I football's Southeastern Conference that imparted on him valuable life lessons of teamwork and perseverance. Acquired by the San Diego Chargers in 2001, Dr. Pate played one year in the National Football League before an injury bumped him from the football field to the field of optometry.
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Bono: I’ve had glaucoma for past 20 years October 27, 2014

U2 frontman says his trademark dark glasses are due to a chronic ocular condition that can make eyes more sensitive to light Source: www.theguardian.com For two decades his insistence on wearing sunglasses, even when indoors, has been seen simply as part of his rockstar image. But Bono, 54, has revealed that his trademark shades are instead there to alleviate difficulties caused by a chronic eye condition. Speaking on BBC1’s Graham Norton show, the U2 frontman explained that for the past 20 years he has had glaucoma, a condition that can make eyes more sensitive to light.
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With 19 locations all over Alabama, we're never too far away for a visit. Our team is here to serve you and take care of all your eye care needs.

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