Eyecare Services


  • A Balanced Prescription so your eyes are comfortable and working efficiently
  • A Screening for Focusing, Eye Teaming and Tracking problems 
  • A Microscopic Analysis of your Meibomian Glands and Tear stability to Detect Dry Eye Disease
  • An Eye Health Exam for Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration and Retinal Disease.
  • Our exams typically run 35-40 minutes. 


  • We fit all types of Contact Lenses including Multifocals to give clear vision at all distances, its like a no line bifocal or Progressive Addition Lenses in a Contact Lens.
  • We also use soft Contact Lenses for Myopia control. A safe and cost effective alternative to Ortho K, these daily disposable lenses are equally if not more effective in stopping the progression of nearsightedness in children and young adults.
  • Buy your Contact Lens through us at the same price as online and have your annual supply shipped directly to your home.


  • Dr. Marran includes a free screening of these skills in every comprehensive eye exam. If a problem is found, or if a patient is referred with a suspicion of these problems by a health provider or school, Dr. Marran conducts a more thorough, 50 minute evaluation, to determine the best course of therapy.


  • Sometimes children who struggle academically or behaviorally have more than an eye focusing, tracking or eye teaming problem. Often they have poorly developed visual processing an/or eye motor skills. Dr. Marran conducts a thorough analysis of skills in these areas in a 2 day evaluation to determine the best course of therapy,

VISION THERAPY for persons of all ages. Treatable conditions include

  • Delayed or Compromised Reading Skills
  • Poor Handwriting
  • Poor Spatial Awareness and Clumsiness
  • Dyslexia
  • Presumed ADD
  • Convergence Insufficiency
  • Tracking problems
  • Focusing problems
  • Headaches
  • Eye Strain
  • Visual Processing Deficits
  • Eye Motor Coordination Problems
  • Strabismus or a Crossed or Wandering Eye
  • Amblyopia or a Lazy Eye 


Before falling into the cycle of stronger and stronger prescriptions, let us test your visual system and see if you have A NEAR FOCUSING PROBLEM and really need help at near to get rid of the blur at far! Common symptoms include:

  • Blurry vision at far after working on the computer or studying for a long period of time
  • Headaches 
  • Eyes hurting or a sense of a pulling or strain
  • Near blur or words coming in and out of focus.

Dr. Marran is a leading expert in Myopia Control and has a nearly 100% success rate in reducing the progression of nearsightedness with her patients.  Learn More Here

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