Dr Driscoll, Dr. Green and our entire staff welcome Dr. Lilaram, a 2007 Graduate of the Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry, to Total Eye Care.
Dr. Lilaram specializes in sports vision and rehabilitative eye care. Says Dr. Lilaram “My optometric and post doctoral training have allowed me to aid the sports performance of athletes and rehabilitate the vision of both children and adults alike. It is wonderful to see the improvement in my vision therapy patients.”
With the addition of Dr. Lilaram Total Eye Care has expanded it’s available services to include;
- Sports Vision Therapy
- Treatment of learning-related disabilities such as dyslexia & ADD
- Amblyopia Treatment “Lazy Eye”
- Strabismus Therapy “Wandering Eye”
- Computer Vision Syndrome
You can read Dr. Lilaram’s entire bio on the Total Eye Care website.
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