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The Reeves Eye Institute was founded by Donny Reeves, M. He completed his transitional internship at Bassett Healthcare in Cooperstown, New York and his Ophthalmology training at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Reeves served in the United States Army Reserve for over 9 years. D., invite you to call for an appointment at our main office in Johnson City or our new location in Kingsport: (423) 722-1311.
Our practice offers comprehensive eye care, including cataract diagnosis and laserassisted cataract surgery, glaucoma management and laser surgery, diabetic eye disease diagnosis and surgical and non-surgical treatment, retina disease diagnosis and management, intravitreal injections for macular degeneration and other retina disease and diagnosis and treatment options for blepharitis, dry eyes, floaters & flashes and more. LASIK surgery is a commonly performed procedure to correct vision that can provide freedom from glasses or contact lenses.
Reeves Eye Institute also offers the most comprehensive list of refractive surgery options in East Tennessee. Reeves offers Blade-Free Custom LASIK and is the first in East Tennessee to offer the KAMRA corneal inlay for the treatment of presbyopia, or the need for readers’ glasses. The advancements in technology have made LASIK surgery an extremely popular and highly successful alternative to wearing glasses or contacts.
Laura Palumbo has been providing House-call Veterinary services in London, St. She graduated on the Dean’s Honour list from the Bio-medical sciences program at the University of Guelph. Palumbo graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College. Laura is known for providing caring, dedicated and personalized veterinary care to her patients in a home-based setting.Cataract surgery is one of the most common surgical procedures performed; however, as with all surgeries there are warnings, precautions, and risks that you should be aware of.The doctors at Reeves Eye Institute focus on achieving excellence in eye care.If you ave astigmatism, your eye is more oval-shaped than round.As a result, light enters the eye and bends more in one direction than the other, which allows only part of an object to be in focus at one time.