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Performance Contact Lenses Are Available!

The internet was abuzz when football fans noticed some Mountaineers players having a reddish look to their eyes at one of last month’s games.

What causes this, you may wonder?

Performance contact lenses, like the ones prescribed by Spectrum Optical Doctors, can help athletes perform at a higher level by eliminating visual distractions. These lenses often have an amber or green tint to them which helps elite athletes focus in on small details with greater clarity and contrast than ever before.

In short: The tint you may see on an athlete’s eyes could be serving an important purpose!

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Our Optometrists offer sports-related vision care that can improve an athlete’s coordination with visual trainings and contact lenses designed to help these individuals perform at their best.
Ask us how we can improve your vision today!

NOTE: Our offices will close at 5pm today (10/13/22).
Let’s go Mountaineers!