Playing Tennis Again
Playing Tennis Again after Laser Cataract Surgery
Greg Uhles of Wittman could barely see more than a few inches in front of his face without his contact lenses or thick glasses.
Then, to make matters worse, he developed dense cataracts in both eyes.
His condition was having a dramatic impact on his vision, and his quality of life.
"I had to stop playing tennis at night due to the glare and foggy nature of my vision. Even playing during the day became a challenge - I could not see where the ball was coming from! It was a major blow to lose my ability to enjoy my favorite activities," he said.
But, he said, as an RN he did his research to make sure he sought help from "the best."
"I did my homework and Dr. Emilio M. Justo really stood out. You can tell by the positive reviews, the impressive before and after images and his desire to invest in top technology that he was a wise choice for my cataract surgery."
Greg had a consultation to lay out a customized plan based upon his unusually high prescription, his astigmatism and his vision goals.
He choose to take advantage of the precision of the LenSx femtosecond Laser for refractive cataract surgery. To further ensure optimum vision results, he selected the Toric intraocular lens.
"I had high hopes for a major improvement in my vision, but even those hopes were far exceeded," he said. "I cannot believe the improvement to my vision. I went from having very limited vision to now not even needing reading glasses!"
He added, "The limitations are gone. I no longer fear losing my driver's license because I can see signs and house numbers at night. Seeing the computer screen is a breeze now. I can see the alarm clock from across the room. My quality of life has gone up 1000%!"
Dr. Justo has performed thousands of cataract surgeries at his 30-year practice.
Learn more at www.AZEyeInstitute.com/Cataract.