Vision changes occur as you get older. However, as people live longer, active lives, protection of our vision becomes even more important. Our optometrists can detect age-related eye health problems, such as cataracts, age-related macular degeneration, and glaucoma. The eye doctors at St. Luke Eye Institute will discuss your condition and treatment options with you, and family members if you desire. When necessary, Dr. Andrew Alpar and Dr. Candace Lipshy can perform pre-operative evaluations, make surgical referrals, and care for the patient post-operatively. Our goal is for patients to enjoy a lifetime of good vision, and to help seniors to stay active and remain independent.