We are located in beautiful Milford, Connecticut, and we are aimed at men and women who want to stay at the peak of their health.
Dr. Guglin and his team welcome you to HyperFit Milford, Connecticut, a health and wellness center for men and women of all ages and abilities. With the training and medical support Hyperfit MD can provide, you can improve your health and quality of life. As always, the office follows infection control recommendations made by our medical team and your local health care provider. Dr. Guglins strongly believes that the best approach to well-being is exercise, regardless of age or current health status.
Your office will communicate with you by filling out a short questionnaire in front of the screen that requires your name, date of birth, address, telephone number and e-mail address. Your temperature is measured when you enter the office, as well as your blood pressure, heart rate and blood sugar. These measurements are achieved by having a person read an eye in different sizes and letters.
Signs of vision problems in children include being too close to the TV and avoiding visual activities such as reading or drawing. You can arrange an eye examination to talk to your ophthalmologist about whether contact lenses are a good way to correct your vision. Contact lenses can allow vision corrections, but they can also cause problems with your vision. Your ophthalmologist will discuss the results of your eye exams and determine the right prescription so you can see your best.
Ask for a postponement if someone in your household has been sick for the past two weeks. Your ophthalmologist will discuss any age - related vision problems you may experience during your next annual eye exam. He will contact you if you have additional items that you need to bring for your eye exams. His office can also answer any questions you may have about your vision or other medical issues.
We hope that everyone will remain healthy and safe and for any questions please contact us at 203 - 878 - 6699. We ask you to make payments for our services through our online patient portal to reduce your contact with our administration team.
Dr. Silverstone will be in his office at the University of Connecticut Medical Center for the first time in his life on Wednesday, March 22, from 9: 30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
He is the author of numerous scientific journals and textbook publications, has presented original research results and is the co-author of a number of books and articles in the field of ophthalmology as well as a number of textbooks. He was a course leader at the American Academy of Ophthalmology's annual meeting and is a certified member of its board. Dr. Meskin was honored to receive one of her annual teaching awards for his work as a teacher for Yale Ocularmology Residents.
He graduated from Columbia University and then earned his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine. In 1974 he completed an internship at Bellevue Hospital and continued his training at Yale - New Haven Hospital, where he completed his residency in ophthalmology in 1977. After a two-year stay in internal medicine, he completed a guest degree in ophthalmology at the University of California, Irvine.
Dr. Meskin and his team traveled abroad to Uganda, Africa, to perform cataract surgery on blind patients who otherwise had no access to treatment. Dr Bacal travelled to Guyana, South America, to take part in a volunteer project aimed at providing eye surgery to the country's needy populations.
Neograft follicle extraction technology is a milestone in the field and Dr. Guglin is pleased to be able to offer it to patients. He believes that by technically manipulating living tissue, he can improve his ability to achieve superior results in the treatment of hair loss.
After completing formal training as an ophthalmologist in 1983, he participated in the residency program of the University of California, San Francisco School of Medicine. In 1999 he was appointed a member of the Board of Directors of the American Academy of Ophthalmic Surgeons and in 2003 an associate professor.
At the end of his term, he was concerned about the way doctors in this country normally practice medicine. At this turning point in his career, he decided to incorporate the art of hair restoration into his new practice to meet the needs of patients with hair loss or receding hair cracks. He is actively involved in teaching other doctors this new technique.
It is also part of an FDA clinical trial to investigate the ability to stop or slow the progression of keratoconus (corneal tectase) with cornean collagen crosslinking (CXL). He is now one of the few surgeons in Connecticut to perform C XL with the FDA-approved Avedro CXL device. Dr. Shapiro is happy to offer his practice to patients with a wide range of conditions such as cancer, diabetes, osteoporosis, heart disease and eye cancer, as well as other diseases such as glaucoma, arthritis and other chronic diseases. Dr. Meskin is also an active participant in the American Academy of Ophthalmologists (AOA) and the Society for the Advancement of Neurosurgery.