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Can Nearsightedness be prevented if detected in the early stage? – explains Dr. Faheem Inayatali, a 2022 ThreeBestRated® award-winning pediatric optometrist in Houston

(PRUnderground) June 18th, 2022

Myopia, or Nearsightedness in lame man’s language, is one of the most common eye conditions that is known to everyone. Around 40% of Americans suffer from this condition. In most cases, a person can develop Myopia due to hereditary. However, in recent times, factors such as Excessive electronic device usage, Changes in educational and recreational behaviour, and Unfamiliarity with eye health management are becoming reasons for Myopia. So, can we prevent Nearsightedness if we abstain from these factors? Let’s seek a professional’s advice.

Who can explain this to us better than an Optometrist? So, we tapped into the knowledge of Faheem Inayatali, a 2022 ThreeBestRated® award-winning pediatric optometrist in Houston, Texas, to learn about it.

He says there are many things we can do to slow down the progression of Myopia. They are:

  • Follow the 20/20/20 rule: Look at something that is 20 feet away from your screen for 20 seconds every 20 minutes.
  • Try to spend more time outdoor than on digital devices.
  • If you feel the early symptoms of Myopia, such as Headaches and blurred vision, undergo a screening test immediately and follow the recommended corrective treatment.
  • Enroll in a myopia management program with your eye doctor.

It is essential to get a doctor’s advice to manage it.

About Faheem Inayatali, O.D., M.B.A., Diplomate ABO – Eye Center of Houston

Faheem Inayatali is Houston’s well-renowned pediatric optometrist. His practice in the field of optometry has been phenomenal. The ThreeBestRated 2022 award and other meritorious awards he has earned over the years are a testament to it. He is a board-certified optometrist and a Certified Orthokeratologist who specializes in Dry Eye Disease & Pediatric Eye Care, Glaucoma, and Pediatric Myopia Management.

Dr. Inayatali was honoured as a Diplomate of the American Board of Optometry, a distinction held by less than 4% of optometrists in the United States. Dr. Inayatali founded the Dry Eye & Specialty Center in 2001 to provide treatments for patients needing a higher level of eye care. He practices evidence-based medical eye care to solve complex cases throughout his work with pediatrics. His interest in exploring the global epidemic of Myopia has led him to pursue a Master’s degree in Public Health from Harvard University.

He is an expert surgeon and most revered optometrist who provides eye care treatment to diabetic and pediatric patients who do not have access to quality eye care through his NGO. Equipped with the pinnacle of eye care technology, Dr. Inayatali has the expertise to deliver outstanding results.

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