Diabetic Eye Exams in Bloomington & Mitchell

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Specialized Diabetic Vision Care

Diabetes management can be a complex process, and at Insights Optical, we offer comprehensive diabetic eye exams for patients with diabetes. Patients with diabetes have unique vision needs and may be at an increased risk of vision loss

Our diabetic eye exams at Insights Optical feature diagnostic technology to help keep our patients informed and up to speed on how diabetes may be affecting their vision.

Contact us to book your comprehensive diabetes eye exam today.

How Diabetes Can Affect Your Vision

Diabetes can increase the risk of developing eye diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts, and diabetic retinopathy, which is the primary vision care concern for patients with diabetes.

Diabetic retinopathy is the most common cause of preventable blindness in the United States and occurs when blood vessels in the retina become damaged. The early stages of diabetic retinopathy may display no symptoms, but permanent vision loss or blindness can result if the condition is left untreated. 

An eye exam can be a helpful tool in diagnosing diabetes-related vision issues—book your comprehensive eye exam with us for a proper diagnosis. 

Diagnosing Diabetes-Related Vision Issues

At Insights Optical, we use diagnostic imaging technology to get a clear, detailed image of your eyes to determine the next steps in treatment. Our team can carefully monitor your vision through consistent eye exams.

Optomap Retinal Imaging

Optomap Retinal Imaging provides an ultrawide, detailed image of your retina. The process takes less than a second and allows us to detect any irregularities and how diabetes may be affecting your vision.

Fundus photography records and receives color images of the condition of the interior surfaces of your eye. These images allow your doctor to document and monitor vision problems and how they change over time.

Fundus photography can be used to monitor the effects of diabetic retinopathy on your eyes.

The Cirrus OCT scan provides images of the vitreous and retina. This scan provides your doctor with a detailed image of your retinal layers. It can be used to diagnose retinal conditions such as glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy.

The visual field test determines how well you can see out of the corners of your eyes and finds the blind spots in your vision.

People with diabetes have a greater risk of developing blocked blood vessels in the optic nerve and retina; a visual field test is an excellent option for diagnosing diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma.

The iWellness exam technology is a painless MRI-type procedure that gives your eye doctor a detailed image of the cross-sections of your retina. The iWellness exam takes only seconds to perform and can help detect eye diseases like diabetic retinopathy that can appear without symptoms.

Early Diagnosis

An early diagnosis can help our team at Insights Optical develop a treatment plan best suited to our patient’s unique vision needs. 

When you visit us, you can expect an informative and efficient exam. Book your comprehensive diabetic eye exam with us today. 

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Retinal Imaging Difference

Optomap Retinal Imaging is an essential part of every eye exam we complete at Insights Optical. By taking a high-definition photo of the back of your eye, called the retina, we can gain valuable information about your health.

In less than 1 second, Optomap allows us to take a 200o photo that gives an ultrawide 82% view of your retina all at once. Retinal imaging not only helps us find signs of eye diseases, but can tell us if you’re at risk of other health issues like stroke, heart disease, and diabetes

Get Comfortable Vision with Neurolens

Neurolens is an innovative new technology we use to diagnose and treat eye misalignment accurately. Eye misalignment can cause headaches, eye strain, and blurred vision. 

Neurolens vision correction begins with an accurate and efficient measurement of your unique eye alignment. We can then use those measurements to create your personalized Neurolenses to help you overcome your eye misalignment symptoms.

With Neurolens, we can correct eye misalignment and reduce the severity of your symptoms. Using a contoured prism design, Neurolens seamlessly adjusts the image your eyes see, making vision comfortable. Get in touch with us to learn if Neurolens is right for you.

Our Locations


Find our Bloomington location on S. Clarizz Boulevard just south of East 3rd Street and across the street from College Mall.

  • 415 S. Clarizz Blvd.
  • Bloomington, IN 47401


Our Mitchell location is located right on W. Main Street across from Mitchell Fitness Center and just down the road from Mitchell Public Library.

  • 725 W. Main St.
  • Mitchell, IN 47446

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