A Passion for Wellness and Vision

Live Your Life With Greater Health and Better Sight

woman smiling after an eye examination at envision

They say your eyes are the window to your soul, but they also provide a view of your overall health. Vision problems can alert physicians to an undiagnosed or quickly progressing medical condition, such as diabetes, hypertension, or thyroid disease. And the best way to treat both issues – the cause and the symptoms – is to take a whole-body approach to care.

Dr. E. Shanika Esparaz of Envision Ophthalmology & Wellness in Cleveland is always on the lookout for new and better ways to help her eyecare patients become healthier and stronger overall. Double board-certified in ophthalmology and lifestyle medicine, Dr. Esparaz aspires to understand your current lifestyle, educate you on how your choices affect your health and vision, and work with you to develop healthy habits that can prevent or slow vision loss.

"90% of blindness caused by diabetes is preventable if patients better manage their blood sugar, blood pressure, and cholesterol. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention"
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Take Control of Your Health With Envision

Even small lifestyle changes can have a big impact on your eye health. Because Envision is a direct patient practice, Dr. Esparaz can dedicate the time to create a wellness plan to meet you where you are right now and guide you step by step to where you want to be. In addition, she’ll work directly with your medical providers to ensure care is comprehensive and collaborative for the best possible outcomes.

Your individualized care plan may focus on one or more of the following:

  • Nutrition and diet
  • Exercise and fitness
  • Weight loss education
  • Smoking cessation
  • Mental health and stress management
  • Self-care

Improving one’s vision through treatment and lifestyle changes can reduce their risk of dementia and other cognitive diseases. JAMA Neurology

Join Dr. Esparaz on a journey of health and wellness and start taking care of what’s truly important.

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