In light of concerns regarding coronavirus (COVID-19) we’ve temporarily updated our waiting room policy. Some of our patient population is at high risk for complications of #coronavirus and we’re asking patients to help limit potential exposure. Because of this we are looking to minimize non-essential people in our waiting rooms. We understand patients often require that a […]
Glaucoma is the second leading cause of blindness worldwide, yet nearly half of people affected by the disease are unaware they have it. Glaucoma also 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 […]
Dr. Kurt Schwiesow, MD, was the first surgeon in Wisconsin to use the new Alcon Acrysof IQ PanOptix trifocal lens. This new lens is the latest multi focal option and builds on previous technology to give the most depth of focus of any multi focal lens. All three of our surgeons will offer the new lens, […]
Tower Clock Eye Center has been voted the Best of the Bay winner for both Best LASIK Facility and Best Optical Center. This is the fourth year in a row we’ve been voted a winner in the yearly reader poll held by the Green Bay Press Gazette. On behalf of the doctors and staff, thank […]
CBD has gained in popularity for helping a myriad of issues such as anxiety, depression and sleep problems. But how does it affect glaucoma? Watch fellowship-trained glaucoma specialist Dr. Kurt Schwiesow, MD, explain what he tells patients who have glaucoma about CBD.
Our Practice Manager, Pam Hagen, recently visited Washington, D.C. advocating for patients on behalf of the American Academy of Ophthalmic Executives. For the duration of her stay there, she met with staffers of Wisconsin senators and representatives to discuss topics such as drug prices and medication shortages. Hagen is a Board member of the AAOE, […]
Tower Clock Eye Center in proud to introduce the Optomap® Ultra-widefield Retinal Imaging system at our Green Bay location. This technology allows our doctors to scan the retina in detail to detect potential vision problems earlier than other technologies. Detecting issues earlier allows for better and more effective treatments – and for you to better […]
Tower Clock Eye Center’s Practice Manager, Pam Hagen, LPN, COA, has been named to the American Academy of Ophthalmic Executives (AAOE) Board of Directors for 2019. The organization is dedicated to meeting the educational needs of those responsible for managing the business side of ophthalmic practice. Pam has been active in ophthalmology for over 35 […]
Tower Clock Eye Center will be open until 1 pm on December 31, 2018 and will be closed January 1, 2019. We will reopen with normal business hours on Wednesday, January 2. Have a happy and safe New Year’s holiday!
Tower Clock Eye Center will be open until noon, December 24 and will be closed on December 25 to celebrate the holiday. We will reopen with normal clinic hours on Wednesday, December 26.