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We’ve got your covered! Let’s talk insurance…

By Lauren Otis At Envision Eyecare, we see a variety of patients with a plethora of both vision (refractive) and medical concerns. As an optometry practice, we provide our patients with the tools to improve their sight, such as prescriptions for glasses and contact lenses, as well as monitor and treat eye conditions and diseases. [...]

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What If?….

by Kia Trapp As the year comes to a close I think about all of the things I am grateful for.  Being in Asheville, making new friends, and adventuring with my dog are just a few things I am grateful for this past year.  While on a waterfall adventure I started to wonder, what if [...]

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Good Eats for Your Eyes: Autumn Edition :-)

Eating “eye healthy” food doesn’t mean having to eats bags of carrots every day.  There are some super delicious foods that also happen to be super foods for your eyes! Many of these foods are in season throughout the late summer and fall, so now is the time for recipe ideas that will keep your [...]

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Envision Eyecare in the News!

We’re proud to report that Envision Eyecare was featured in the Asheville Citizen Times in April!  The article is quoted here: “Envision Eyecare, 180 Charlotte St, won three national awards at the Cleinman Performance Partners Meeting in Dallas, Texas.  The locally owned optometry practice headed by Dr. Larry Golson won awards for Best Practice “Pearl,” best growth [...]

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We’re Back With Summer Reading Recommendations!

Hello to all of you loyal Envision blog followers! You may have noticed that Envision has been off the blog scene for about a month now–well, good news! After our brief hiatus, we are back in business with a fancy new blog and this first post with Summer reading recommendations from the Envision Team! Whether [...]

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Rockin’ in Morocco!

Dinner at the Riad

I’d like to say “Salam – Marhaba” (Hello) to all of you in blog-land.  In January, I was fortunate to travel to the exotic country of Morocco with two dear friends and fellow photographers, Jed Appelrouth and Mark Hinton.  It was my second time in Africa and worlds apart from my previous experience in South Africa.  [...]

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Why Retinal Photos?

Patients often wonder why the Envision Eyecare team advises retinal photos. A good question since, when it's not covered by insurance, there is a $39 fee associated with it. What's the value and why is it in the patient's best interest to "opt in?"

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Integritive’s John Miles Discusses Innerpreneurship at TEDx Asheville

“Happiness in the work place.” Does that concept sound more like an oxymoron than a real possibility? Integritive owner John Miles doesn’t think so. Started by Miles over 8 years ago, Integritive is a rapidly growing E-Marketing firm in Asheville that places the priority of employee happiness on a level playing field with the economic [...]

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Article from Mountain Xpress: Proposed ordinance triggers fight over a sustainable Asheville

Interesting article in the Mountain Xpress about what direction Asheville should move to become a sustainable city. What are your thoughts? Do you think affordable housing is the best path towards sustainability? Other ideas? Check it out here: Proposed ordinance triggers fight over a sustainable Asheville.

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