Conditions Treated by Our Optometrist

Fletcher Family Eyecare has an optometrist on staff who can help you see clearly and manage eye health issues. Our eye doctor serves Jonesboro, AR, and the nearby region, addressing many conditions, such as the following. Yet, remember that these are merely examples, and our services extend beyond.

Vision Deficits

Suppose you have any difficulty seeing up close or far away. In that case, our optometrist can assess the degree of your vision problem and provide you with the appropriate vision correction to assist. In addition, we can size you for contacts or glasses, inform you of the best solution for your case, and continuously monitor you for any vision changes.

If you'd like to correct your vision without using contacts or glasses, our practitioner can assess you and see if you qualify for LASIK. We can then provide you with a referral to a surgeon we trust.

Computer Vision

Using a computer or other electronic device regularly, especially if you have a vision problem like astigmatism, can cause you to feel nauseated or suffer repetitive headaches. These symptoms equate to computer vision.

We can help you ease these uncomfortable symptoms, so you can work or use the electronic device for its desired purpose.


If the pressure in your eye is too high, it can damage your optic nerve, which can interfere with your ability to see and eventually lead to blindness.

At our practice, we can diagnose problems early when you opt for routine eye health screenings and slow progression. We can also intervene as necessary to optimize your vision the best way we can.

Macular Degeneration

The macula is part of the retina and plays a role in the light entering your eye and translating it for the brain. When you have macular degeneration, you lose your central vision. As a result, you won't be able to see up close or far away.


Cataracts occur when the lenses of your eyes become clouded. As a result, it's as if you're looking out a foggy window. It can also interfere with the way you view color.

Diabetic Retinopathy 

Diabetic retinopathy occurs when the blood vessels that service your retina become damaged. As a result, you may lose your vision, have floaters, or notice dark spots in your eye.

Schedule an Appointment with Us

At Fletcher Family Eyecare in Jonesboro, AR, our optometrist helps with all the conditions mentioned above. So, contact our eye doctor today for an appointment by calling (870) 930-9200. If you have further questions, don't hesitate to ask us during your consultation.

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