How One Skier Changed the Outcome of the 2017 Special Olympic World Winter Games

Posted: Dec 07, 2018
DSC04964

Meghan flies down the ski hills every winter as a Special Olympic skier. In 2017 she made a decision that impacted the outcome of her performance in the Special Olympic World Winter Games in Austria.

READ FULL STORY

Three Reasons to Give the Gift of Sight this Season

Posted: Nov 28, 2018
winter-woman-smiling

The holiday season is upon us and while we are filled with joy and love, we are also entering one of the most stressful times of the year. With all of the decorating, cooking and shopping the holidays can be a very busy time. On top of your busy schedule, you are also trying to come up with perfect gift ideas for your loved ones. Stop the stress and take the guesswork out of your holiday gift giving this year by giving someone you love the gift of sight!

READ FULL STORY

Tune into the Chu Vision Podcast

Posted: Nov 12, 2018
podcast banner - blog

We are introducing a new podcast – Ask Dr. Chu. This monthly podcast features Dr. Ralph Chu himself answering all of your frequently asked questions! Have a question for Dr. Chu? Just send an email to ask@chuvision.com to have your question answered on the podcast.

READ FULL STORY

Astigmatism Keeping You in Glasses or Contacts? Here’s Something New to SMILE About

Posted: Nov 06, 2018
SMILE

Have you been told in the past that you are not a candidate for LASIK? Or maybe you haven’t even had an evaluation because you didn’t think anything could be done to improve your vision. The good news is the SMILE procedure has recently been approved for the treatment of astigmatism. This means if you have astigmatism or if you have been told you aren’t a candidate for LASIK in the past, the SMILE procedure at Chu Vision Institute may be an option for you!

READ FULL STORY

Top Three Ways to Treat Your Eyes on Halloween

Posted: Oct 25, 2018
Untitled design (3)

Getting dressed up in the perfect costume is a huge part of Halloween fun and many people want to elevate their costume with makeup, props and even colored contact lenses to make their eyes look spooky. While these might make you look awesome, they can be more dangerous than the ghosts, goblins and ghouls that are out on All Hallows’ Eve. Treat your eyes right this Halloween with these three tips!

READ FULL STORY