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Rachael Wruble, OD, FAAO

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Hi, my name is Dr. Rachael Wruble. I’m born and raised in Bad Axe, MI and now practice in the Charlotte, NC area. I went to optometry school at the Michigan College of Optometry and became an optometrist because my golf coach made me apply to the school – but it’s the best decision I ever made. I love to help out patients and make sure they can see to the best of their ability. I have a passion for advanced dry eye – (particularly) to help those patients where maybe drops are just not enough.
Community Eye Care Vision Insurance - What You Need To Know
Do you have Community Eye Care vision insurance? Maybe you're a benefits manager looking to learn more. Regardless of your situation, I’ll provide you with exactly what you need to know about Community Eye Care, including what it covers, who takes it, how much it costs, and more! RELATED: VSP Vision Insurance: What You Need To Know What is Community Eye Care? Founded...
EyeMed Vision Insurance Review
Do you have EyeMed Vision Insurance? Maybe you’re shopping for vision insurance and want to learn more about what EyeMed has to offer! In this article, I’ll provide you with exactly what you need to know about EyeMed Vision Insurance, including what it covers, who takes it, how much it costs, and more! RELATED: EyeMed vs VSP What is EyeMed? EyeMed Vision...
VSP Vision Insurance Review
Do you have VSP Vision Insurance? Maybe you're shopping for vision insurance and want to learn more about what VSP has to offer! In this article, I'll provide you with exactly what you need to know about VSP Vision Insurance, including what it covers, who takes it, how much it costs, and more! Interested in an individual or family VSP...
1-Day Acuvue TruEye Review
Are you looking for a premium daily contact lens that doesn't come at a premium price? Do you want the highest level of UV protection available in a daily contact? If so, Johnson & Johnson Vision's 1-Day Acuvue TruEye contact lenses are a great choice for you! This daily disposable contact lens is a nice option if you want to upgrade from...
Allergic pink eye is often caused by seasonal allergies
It’s no surprise the words “pink eye” give most people the jitters. Known as conjunctivitis in the medical world, did you know pink eye has many different forms and is often associated with redness, swelling, and watering of the eye. In the video below, Dr. Rachael Wruble discusses the 3 main forms of pink eye and how to prevent them. https://youtu.be/rSKDUi2kyas If...
Kids & Contact Lenses - 4 Expert Recommendations
Contact lenses are a great way to for people of all ages to have clear, comfortable vision. Therefore, it’s no surprise that parents with children who want contact lenses have a lot of questions! Here are a few of the most common questions I'm asked about kids and contact lenses. In the video below, Dr. Rachael Wruble discusses what parent's need...
Here's How To Know EXACTLY What Your Baby Can See
I hear it from patient’s all the time, “Dr. Wruble, how do I know EXACTLY what my baby can see?” Honestly, I typically tell them the best way to determine this is to check on their visual development by getting their first eye exam at 6 months old. Note: we recommend the InfantSEE program, a free, comprehensive infant eye exam...
Do your eyes ever burn, sting, or frequently tear up? How about occasionally feel sandy or gritty, like they have something in them? If so, you may be suffering from dry eye disease (also known as dry eye syndrome). In the video below, Dr. Rachael Wruble breaks down everything you need to know about dry eye disease. https://youtu.be/4UjMrJOjEOg If you don’t like...
If you have hyperopia, you may be able to easily see your tv in the distance but be unable to focus on your laptop up close.
Do you have trouble focusing clearly on things up close, like your phone or tablet? If so, you may have hyperopia (otherwise known as farsightedness). In the video below, Dr. Rachael Wruble discusses what you need to know about hyperopia. https://youtu.be/0dxnR9iAcO8 If you don’t like the video or want more information, continue reading. Hyperopia is a common visual condition that causes objects up...