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Welcome to Child and Family Vision Center

Here at Child and Family Vision Center, we are dedicated to ensuring that our patients get the vision they deserve. We are also dedicated to making sure that all of our patients have healthy eyes.

Our entire optometry staff works together to give you a good visit every time you come into our office. We will work around your schedule and make every effort to see you in a timely fashion. To do this, we ask that you call ahead with any questions or concerns you have before your appointment.

Our doctor, Dr. Erik M. Romsdahl, is very dedicated to his patients. He is able to offer full vision examinations to ensure that your eyes stay healthy. He can help you get the correct prescription so that you can see perfectly. He is also here for you any time you are having trouble with your eyes. He can diagnose and treat many common and uncommon eye conditions to ensure that you get the relief you deserve.

If you are having trouble with your eyes, our entire staff will be there to help. We will talk you through your options and what to expect with the diagnosis. If you think of any questions after you leave, don’t hesitate to give us a call. We really want to help you feel better as soon as possible.

Don’t hesitate to call us today at (515) 964-7541 with any questions or to schedule a consultation!

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Vision Therapy

We believe that vision therapy is one of the most progressive programs in the medical field and we strive to continue improving our treatment procedures. When you inquire our team for Vision Therapy, we have created a general blueprint that provides successful results. Throughout the years we understand that not every client’s situation is the same. While we have a general blueprint, we also tailor the program to specific patient’s needs.   view more

Vision Exams

While children often get their scheduled exams during pediatrician visits, adults have to remember to make time for check ups. This is especially important for adults who have a family history of eye problems or have higher risk factors such as diabetes, high blood pressure, work conditions or medications. All adults should have their eyes examined every two years, and those with eye or vision issues should visit their optometrist yearly or bi-yearly.   view more

Eyewear

Many people are very confused when it comes to choosing the correct glasses. It can be hard to tell what looks best on your face, while also staying within your budget (and insurance). You also want to be comfortable in the glasses that you choose.   view more

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