Category Archives: Diabetec Eye Disease


Top 4 Tips for Diabetic Eye Care

Patients who have been diagnosed with diabetes have a variety of concerns that they need to address. Not only do they need to monitor their condition and stay on top of their diet to keep their insulin in check, but they need to maintain their health for the protection of their vision. Patients with diabetes […]


Eye Care for Diabetics

If you have diabetes, you know that there are some things you need to do every day to keep your health in check. Watching sugar intake, adjusting your exercise, and eating right are key to managing your diabetes. If you have recently been diagnosed with diabetes, you may not know everything you need to do. […]


Diabetic Macular Edema Skokie, IL

Reasons to Keep a Close Eye on Blurriness

Blurred vision may occur for multiple reasons. Some of them are benign and cause temporary frustration. For instance, if you spend too much time at a computer screen, you may notice that your eyes have difficulty focuses for a short time afterward. This type of blurriness is an indication of digital eye strain. There is […]


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As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic and its impact continues to evolve, we remain focused on the health and safety of our patients, employees and our fellow community members. One main goal throughout this crisis is to provide the safest environment for everyone.

In response to the state of emergency declared at the federal level and at the recommendation of the Center for Disease Control and the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Stuart P. Sondheimer, M.D., S.C, will be only seeing urgent and post-surgical patients, until further notice.

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