Children’s Eye Physicians offers treatment options for a full spectrum of children’s medical vision problems.  Our Pediatric Ophthalmologists and Pediatric Optometrists are among the top experts in their field and have advanced training in caring for patients presenting with strabismus (both pediatric and adult), amblyopia (lazy eye), congenital and pediatric cataracts, retinopathy of prematurity, ptosis, nystagmus, pediatric glaucoma, pediatric neuro-ophthalmologic disorders, and traumatic eye injuries, to name a few.

Also offered within our practice are routine corrective treatment plans for more corrective vision care problems, such as: Astigmatism, Hyperopia (farsightedness), Myopia (nearsightedness).

Pursuant to Colorado’s Division of Insurance, starting 2014, medical health plans are required to offer one annual complete Pediatric Vision Exam as part of a person’s medical insurance benefits.  Benefits for routine care (not medical) may either be included as part of your medical insurance or administered by routine vision care carriers such as Vision Service Plan (VSP), EyeMed or Spectera.  Our practice participates with VSP, EyeMed and Spectera.

By policy, Children’s Eye Physicians bills for insurance coverage pursuant to the diagnosis our physicians find as a result of our complete examination of your child.  The diagnosis we find does govern how your insurance benefits are applied as either “medical” or “routine.”  Most insurance carriers apply the concepts of ophthalmic “medical” and “routine” conditions consistently.