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Eye Center

Inland Eye

We are pleased to announce that Inland Eye Center is joinging forces with the Rockwood Eye Center! To learn more about Inland Eye Center click here.

 


Our eye care professionals are board certified ophthalmologists and optometric physicians. Rockwood Clinic has provided quality eye care services to the people of the Inland Northwest since 1968.

  • Comprehensive Eye Exams for Adults and Children
  • Small Incision Cataract Surgery and Lens Implants
  • Medical And Surgical Treatment of Eye Diseases and Eyelid Disorders
  • Contact Lenses
  • Laser Vision Correction Co-management
  • Computer Vision Problems

Optometry

Rockwood Clinic optometrists specialize in the general health and correction of the eye.  After performing complete eye examinations, they prescribe and fit corrective glasses and contact lenses. A recent advancement in contact lenses, called toric lenses, is of particular interest to patients with astigmatism, myopia or hyperopia. These lenses are made of the same materials as regular lenses, but are designed with different curves.

After examination, if special medical care is needed or surgery is indicated, patients are referred to the adjoining Rockwood Clinic Ophthalmology department.

Ophthalmology

Rockwood Clinic ophthalmologists provide comprehensive medical and surgical treatment for vision problems, injuries and diseases of the eye.

Advances in cataract and vision correction include no-stitch and small-incision cataract surgery. New multi-focal intraocular lenses (IOL) give patients the ability to focus on objects at more than one distance, reducing the need for glasses after surgery. New toric lens implants can correct astigmatism.

For those patients needing cornea transplants, a sutureless corneal transplant is offered.
Laser surgery is used for treatment of glaucoma, diabetic eye disease, and secondary cataracts.

Droopiness of the upper eyelids and turning in or out of the bottom lids can affect the vision and comfort of the eyes. Surgery is offered to correct these changes in the lids.

Comprehensive pediatric eye care including glasses, complete evaluation and treatment of amblyopia, strabismus, and surgical treatment of congenially plugged tear ducts is available.

ClinicalTrials

Locations

Eye Center

510 South Cowley Street
Spokane, WA  99202
TEL: (509) 342-3870
FAX: (509) 755-6580
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Inland Eye Center

842 South Cowley Street
Spokane, WA  99202
TEL: (509) 624-5300
FAX: (509) 755-6580
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Inland Eye Center - Colfax

1170 West Fairview Street
Colfax, WA  99111
TEL: (509) 397-4908
FAX: (509) 755-6580
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Northpointe Specialty Center

Northpointe Building
605 E. Holland, Suite: 200
Spokane, WA  99218
TEL: (509) 342-3010
FAX: (509) 755-6580
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Valley Specialty Center

1415 North Houk Road, Suite: D
Spokane Valley, WA  99216
TEL: (509) 755-5580
FAX: (509) 755-6580
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Featured Provider

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Ken Absalonson, O.D.


Ken Absalonson, O.D., optometry, joined the Rockwood Eye Center in April 2014. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Washington in Seattle, and his Doctor of Optometry from Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, OR. He then completed an optometric residency at the Spokane Veterans Administration Medical Center in Spokane, WA, receiving additional training in ocular disease, cataract post-surgical management, and specialty contact lens fitting. Dr. Absalonson is a licensed Optometrist in Washington and Idaho, and is a member of the American Optometry Association, Optometric Physicians of Washington, and the Inland Optometric Society.
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