EyeCare Associates has experienced eye doctors and the latest technology to ensure healthy vision. At EyeCare Associates, you can find comprehensive eye care for the entire family. We provide a variety of vision care services at 30 Alabama locations. Whether you are in Birmingham, Huntsville, Mobile, Tuscaloosa or anywhere else in Alabama there is an EyeCare Associates nearby.
If you are experiencing an eye care condition or need a new doctor for routine care, we are here for you. Schedule an exam with one of our experienced Alabama eye doctors today!
Cataracts are a cloudy or opaque area in the normally clear lens of the eye located behind the iris.
Comprehensive eye exams performed by the highly skilled eye doctors at EyeCare Associates evaluate your visual acuity and the complete health of your eyes.
At EyeCare Associates, our trusted team of highly trained eye care professionals focus on maintaining the health of your eyes. We provide comprehensive eye care including routine eye exams, preventative care, and treatment throughout Alabama.
Many of our Alabama Board of Optometry certified eye doctors specialize in kid’s eye care. Visit Eye Care Associates for children’s comprehensive eye examinations, and vision development tests.
If you have poor vision, and are living with an eye disease or condition, trust the team at EyeCare Associates. We can help you see more clearly and comfortably with specialty contact lenses.
Glaucoma is a group of eye conditions that damage the optic nerve. It is commonly referred to as “the silent thief of sight” because its symptoms develop slowly and often go unnoticed.
Macular degeneration is an eye disease affecting the macula (the center of the light-sensitive retina at the back of the eye), causing loss or blurriness of central vision.
Pterygium is a noncancerous growth of fleshy tissue on the conjunctiva, the clear tissue that lines the eyelids and covers the eye ball.
Our doctors at EyeCare Associates are equipped to diagnosis and treat you during emergency situations. We welcome patients with a multitude of conditions – detached and torn retina, eye allergies and infections, black eye, miscellaneous object lodged in eye (like a splinter), etc.
People with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes are at higher risk of developing certain eye diseases. This makes it imperative for Alabamans with diabetes to get annual comprehensive eye exams.
Few people are totally without sight. Most people who are classified as "blind" have remaining sight. Over 145,000 Alabama residents experience blindness or severe difficulty seeing, even when using corrective eyewear. The EyeCare Associates can provide low vision rehabilitation, which can help to enhance visual function and improve your quality of life in the Yellowhammer State.
Vision therapy helps your eyes communicate better with your brain, improve focus, and relieve eye strain.