Posts Tagged ‘ Tower Clock Eye Center ’

Dr. Kurt Schwiesow presents Surgical Treatments for Glaucoma to area Techs

Tower Clock Eye Center’s Kurt Schwiesow, MD, a fellowship trained glaucoma specialist, recently spoke to area ophthalmologic techs about the surgical treatments for glaucoma in another continuing education event held at the clinic. Here is a short video of his presentation:   To make an appointment at Tower Clock Eye Center, call us at 920 […]


The origin of Tower Clock Eye Center

In clinic we often get asked, “How did Tower Clock Eye Center get its name?” In 1989 Dr. Karl Schwiesow purchased the building at 1087 West Mason Street. The building’s northwest corner, which faces Mason Street, featured a rectangular, elevated parapet that was about 6 feet tall. This parapet displayed the name of the building’s […]


Dr. Schuster to offer free eye screenings for kids.

Tower Clock Eye Center’s Amanda Schuster, OD, will offer free eye screenings for kids at the Children’s Museum of Green Bay’s upcoming Vision Day. The event will be held at the museum, located downtown at 301 N. Washington St, on Saturday, April 16 from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. This is a great opportunity to […]


Dr. Servi offers insight to science students at St. Norbert College

Tower Clock Eye Center optometrist Michael Servi, OD, recently visited St. Norbert College to share his insights about what a degree in science offers students. Dr. Servi explained to nearly 40 biology and chemistry students how he uses his science education, and how the students’ science background can best serve them in their future careers. […]


Dr. Schuster and staff help kids see clearly

Tower Clock Eye Center’s Amanda Schuster, OD, and staff recently volunteered at The Children’s Museum of Green Bay to give free eye screenings to kids. The exams were part of the museum’s E.A.T. program that promotes healthy living and eating. Dr. Schuster screened dozens of kids for eye problems. Studies have shown that vision problems […]


Tower Clock Eye Center hosts Medical College of Wisconsin students

Tower Clock Eye Center welcomed nearly 20 medical students from the Medical College of Wisconsin for an afternoon of instruction yesterday. Karl Schwiesow, MD; Tyson Schwiesow, MD; Kurt Schwiesow, MD; and Matt Thompson, MD, each taught small groups of students how to perform a battery of basic eye exams. “The goal of the college’s Bench-to-Bedside […]


February is Low Vision Awareness Month

Low vision affects millions of people in the United States and is often associated with blurred vision, blind spots, tunnel vision, or other forms of impaired sight. Low vision as defined by The Vision Council is visual impairments that are not correctable through surgery, pharmaceuticals, glasses or contact lenses. Low vision affects people at any […]


Age-Related Macular Degeneration Awareness Month

Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is among the leading causes of vision loss for people aged 55 and older, and the disease makes simple tasks such as driving and reading increasingly difficult. To help those who may be affected aware of the condition, February is AMD Awareness Month. In AMD, the macula, or small center portion […]


Winter sun can be dangerous for your eyes.

Many people believe that once summer is gone it’s time to put away our sunglasses. True, winter’s rays aren’t as direct as they are during the summer, yet many of us don’t know that the effects of the winter sun can be just as dangerous. Ultraviolet (UV) rays are dangerous to our eyes no matter […]


How do I know if I’m at risk for glaucoma?

Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide, yet nearly half of people affected by glaucoma are unaware they have the vision-robbing disease. Glaucoma has no warning signs in its most common forms, especially in its earliest stages, so it can be difficult to detect without frequent eye exams. Glaucoma affects the optic nerve […]


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12.11.19

Special holiday hours for Shawano optical

During the week of Christmas, Tower Clock Eye Center's Shawano location will have special hours; it will be closed Tuesday through Thursday, December 24, 25 and 26. The optical will be open both Monday and Friday of that week. If you have any questions, please contact our office at 920 499-3102.

11.25.19

Thanksgiving Week Hours

Tower Clock Eye Center and Tower Clock Surgery Center will both be closed Thursday and Friday this week in celebration of Thanksgiving. We will reopen with normal business hours on Monday. Have a happy and safe Thanksgiving holiday!

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