Why Contact Lenses Make Allergies Worse

Why do contact lenses make allergies worse? Did you know that the Alamo City ranked as the seventh-worst city for allergies in the U.S.? On a 100-point scale in which a higher score will land a city among the worst, San Antonio received a score of 87.21. And for those people that wear contact lenses… Read More


Get Rid of Contact Lens Intolerance For Good

Get Rid of Contact Lens Intolerance For Good Contact lens intolerance and irritation can have you seeing differently from one day to the next. Yesterday, you hardly knew your lenses were in your eyes, but today they became painful from the moment you put them in. Contact lens intolerance has an innumerable list of possible… Read More


Actor Ken Jeong Says Long Days on Set Have Given Him Dry Eye Disease

If you’ve ever stared at a computer Zoom meeting for hours on end (we’re with you, it could have been an email), binged Gossip Girl overnight, or played Super Smash Bros. all weekend… then your eyes might know what it’s like to feel as if they’ve been to the Saharan Desert and back. Or you… Read More


Don’t Let Contact Lens Intolerance Cloud Your Vision

Don’t Let Contact Lens Intolerance Cloud Your Vision More than 61% of Americans need help to see clearly. Over 45 million achieve this by wearing contact lenses. Unfortunately, for nearly 5 million contact lens wearers, they suffer from a little known condition called CLI, or Contact Lens Intolerance. Those living with contact lens intolerance means… Read More


Parkhurst NuVision Doctors Earn National Award for Showing Compassion

When we heard the news that we’ve earned the Vitals’ Compassionate Doctor Award for five years running, it was not only an honor, but also a goal accomplished. Since our inception, compassion has been a key value that we at Parkhurst NuVision strive to practice every day. From the team we hire to the attentive care provided. From the smiling photo… Read More