Blurry Vision

Blurry Vision treatment- Dr. Reinhart
Regardless of the cause, blurry vision may frighten any patient. Patients with persisting blurry vision may be hampered or even unable to perform daily activities.

Gradual onset of blurry vision may indicate the need for corrective lenses such as glasses or contact lenses. Sudden and temporary blurry vision may indicate foreign objects in the eye or various eye infections. Once these conditions have been addressed, vision clears. However, if this is not the cause of blurry vision, it could have a neurological basis.  Blurry vision could be associated with headache conditions like migraine disorder or pseudotumor, with Multiple Sclerosis, or following a stroke. Additional symptoms may accompany all of these conditions.

If everyday conditions have been ruled out, a neurological exam can help to determine if there is a neurological basis for the blurry vision.  

Neurology Specialist in Arizona- Dr. Reinhart
As a general neurologist, Dr. Reinhart understands the fear and frustration of patients struggling with blurry vision. Dr. Reinhart treats all neurological conditions, including those that cause blurry eyesight. His attentive, respectful staff treat patients as individuals, not cases. They strive to make every interaction as pleasant as possible while delivering the best medical care in the neurological field.

Learning about his patients' lives beyond their symptoms helps Dr. Reinhart better understand and treat his patients. By taking the time to become partners in care, Dr. Reinhart and his patients can work together to reach an accurate diagnosis and most effective treatment for blurred vision.

Dr Reinhart applies his many years of experience and education to assist patients in diagnosing and treating blurry vision.

If you're experiencing blurry vision that isn't improving, seek medical attention. You can find answers at the office of Dr. Jason Reinhart.