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877.801.6378

3325 Palo Verde Ave.
Suite 103
Long Beach, CA 90808

Aspirin Therapy and Macular Degeneration

Reconciling the benefits of taking aspirin (ASA) with the possible side effects leaves many seniors unsure whether they should continue doctor recommended aspirin therapy. Daily aspirin can significantly reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke, especially for those who already have experienced symptoms of heart disease. These patients are often placed on a low… Read More


OCT Measurements will help Ophthalmologists at Eye Physicians of Long Beach make Predictions about Age Related Macular Degeneration

Age related macular degeneration (AMD) occurs when the macula, the central part of the retina, within the eye begins to deteriorate. The macula is vital to clear vision because it is the part of the eye that has the highest visual acuity. It is made up of light-sensitive tissue just like the rest of the… Read More


Surgery can improve Visual Field Sensitivity for Glaucoma Patients

A recent study recently published in the American Journal of Ophthalmology has evaluated the question of whether a patient’s vision can be improved following surgery to reduce intraocular pressure. Glaucoma is a group of diseases that result in a characteristic pattern of damage to the optic nerve and peripheral visual field. This disease is frequently… Read More


Eye Physicians of Long Beach becomes one of the first practices to deliver the Verion Image Guided System to their cataract patients

The Verion Image Guided System is redefining the way cataract surgeries are performed. By enabling a level of precision not previously possible, the Verion system minimizes errors and increases efficiency in cataract surgery. The innovative technology utilized in this state-of-the-art equipment optimizes the level of accuracy possible by integrating the steps of imaging, planning, and… Read More


If You Have Diabetic Retinopathy, You Should Be Checked For Heart and Kidney Problems

A recent study published in the July, 2014 issue of the Journal of Diabetic Complications evaluated the connection between diabetic retinopathy and other severe diabetic health risks, such as cardiovascular disease and kidney disease. The ACCORD (Action to Control Cardiovascular Risk in Diabetes trial was a large clinical trial of adults with established type 2… Read More