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Adult Strabismus Announcement

I would like to communicate with you about our Adult Eye Muscle Program at Associated Eye Care and changes to my personal practice. These enhancements enable us to offer integrated and complete care for you, with special equipment and specialized personnel. Our Woodbury office opened just over a year ago and was specifically designed to concentrate this expertise and testing.

In this office, patients have access to special testing, contact lens exams, and our optical shop. You will also find an updated exam room flow to address safety during COVID 19, with more private exam rooms and options to promote spacing. Our team is specifically trained to handle Adult Eye misalignment and double vision, which gives you access to a specialized technicians, orthoptists, and opticians to assist in treatment of double vision and eye misalignment.

Effective October 1st, adult eye muscle evaluations will be done by Drs Hickson, Lynch and myself exclusively at the Woodbury office. At that time, I will be transitioning my pediatric eye care practice to the Woodbury office Monday through Thursday and will continue to operate one day a week High Pointe Surgery Center, United Hospital or Children’s Minnesota St Paul Campus.

I understand this change may potentially inconvenience you. Our Woodbury office is 10 miles and 15 minutes driving time from Stillwater. I encourage you to call 651-275-3000 if you need assistance with directions or to make an appointment in this location.

I look forward to seeing you in this new location and encourage you to contact me personally if you have any questions.

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Susan Schloff, M.D.

Pediatric Ophthalmology, Adult Eye Muscle Disorders, Eye Muscle Surgery,

Dr. Schloff is a board certified ophthalmologist specializing in general and surgical pediatric eye care and adult strabismus. She has a special interest in problems of eye muscle balance (strabismus) and amblyopia (lazy eyes) in both children and adults. She devotes most of her surgical time to pediatric and adult strabismus, including eyes that are crossed, wandering or causing double vision.

She received her medical degree from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, OH, fo...

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