1. How to Naturally Avoid Eye Allergies

    Spring and summer are amazing times of the year; while flowers blooming, grasses growing, and trees sprouting are a beautiful sight, they can wreak havoc on our eyes. If you’re allergic to pollen or mold spores, springtime and summer can be a nightmare, making it hard to even go outdoors. There ar…Read More

  2. Everything You Need to Know About Eye Drops

    Everything You Should Know About Eye Drops Our eyes can be very sensitive organs; even just a small speck of dust can cause irritation. From specks of dust that we can just blink away to allergies that cause red, itchy eyes, to eye infections that need to be treated with prescription medication, our…Read More

  3. Getting Bifocals? Here’s What to Know

    It’s an unfortunate fact that our eyes change as we get older; the quality of our vision lessens, and it can become more difficult to see things both close up and farther away. While prescription glasses or contacts can do wonders for helping our vision, having issues with nearsightedness and fars…Read More

  4. Make an Eye Exam a Part of Your 2021 New Year’s Resolutions!

    2021 is hours away! At Spectrum Eye Care, located in Colorado Springs, we’re sure that you’re just as relieved for 2020 to be over as we are. Even though 2020 was a successful year for many of us, there were various issues that we’re looking forward to putting behind us. So as we’re all look…Read More

  5. How to Avoid Eye Strain

    We all know the feeling – a stinging sensation, sore, tired, watery eyes, and all we want to do is rub or keep our eyes closed. Eye strain is annoying and frustrating, especially if you work at a computer all day and frequently experience these symptoms. But the good news is that there are ways to…Read More

  6. Signs It’s an Astigmatism

    If you take a look around you, there’s a good chance that there are a number of people wearing glasses. And even though you can’t tell, many others are wearing contact lenses. And one of the reasons may be that they have astigmatism. In today’s blog, we’re going to talk about what astigmatis…Read More

  7. Eye Care and COVID-19: What You Should Know

    Our eyes are a unique organ in our body. Even though we may not think about the health of our eyes on a daily basis, we use them constantly. You may start to pay attention to your eyes if you have allergies, if an eyelash gets caught, or if the sun is particularly bright while you’re driving. But …Read More

  8. Managing Dry Eyes Heading Into Winter

    Fall is truly an incredible time of year for Colorado, with beautiful oranges, yellows, and reds throughout the area, fresh cool weather, and the fun crunch of leaves under our feet. But unfortunately, fall colors soon turn to cold winter weather, which means dry air that can cause a variety of prob…Read More

  9. Signs Your Child May Need Glasses

    It takes many things to be successful in school, such as hard work, focus, and the willingness to spend time studying. However, a child may be the most dedicated and hard-working student in the school but can still find it hard to get ahead. But one solution that many parents may not think about has…Read More