Lecture At Kingsbrook Tonight To Focus On Eyesight Issues
Kingsbrook Jewish Medical Center, in its ongoing efforts to educate and inform members of the public on pertinent health issues, recommends its public health and wellness lecture series, “Taking Control of Your Health 2005” to that end, this evening, March 10 at 6:30 p.m. It is a free public seminar that focuses on vision and general eye care, “Let’s Help You to See Things Clearly...Facts on Caring for Your Vision” is scheduled to take place in the Briger 4 Conference Room on the Center’s main campus, at 585 Schenectady Avenue between Rutland Road and Winthrop Street.
This one-hour informal session is tailored to bring up-to-date medical information to the members of the public while encouraging participation from members of the forum. In this regard, Dr. Steven Inker, Ophthalmologist, will facilitate the evening’s proceedings.
Dr. Inker states, “It is a fact that as one ages, he or she may develop disease or disorders of the eyes that are associated with the process of aging. However, keeping one’s vision at its optimum is extremely important. It is also equally as important for persons to understand the impact that different diseases has on vision and the many treatment options and optical techniques that are available today to prevent or still vision loss!
“Under the direction of renowned Ophthalmologist and Neuro-ophthalmologist Dr. Arthur H. Wolintz, the staff of the Department of Ophthalmology at Kingsbrook deliver the best possible vision care and treatment options, which allows the individual to maintain healthy vision and an independent lifestyle.”
If you or someone you know can benefit from this seminar we encourage you to attend. Please call us at (718) 604-5062 today to reserve your seat.