Dr. Hartwig is an Iron Mountain native and is a 2013 graduate from Ferris State University. She specializes in contact lens fits and dry eye issues. She is currently working Thursdays (sometimes to 8 pm!), Fridays, and Saturdays. Call for your appointment today!
Superior Eye Health and Vision Therapy Center is now offering Low Vision Services!
If you have a visual impairment or have difficulty reading with conventional glasses, stop in and see our options for spectacle mounted and hand held magnifiers. Our staff can teach you how to use these devices for tasks like reading your mail, shopping, seeing photos, and cooking. Don't let visual impairment stop you, come in today to see how we can help!
Low Vision Devices also make great gift ideas for aging Moms and Dads.
At first glance, the words "contacts" and "children" may not seem to belong in the same sentence. In fact, kids and contact lenses may be a good match depending on the maturity of the child or, more likely, teenager.
Research shows computer eye problems are common. Somewhere between 50% and 90% of people who work at a computer screen have at least some symptoms of eye trouble.
Dr. Heidi Johnson is board certified by The College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD). Established in 1971, COVD provides board certification for eye doctors and vision therapists who are prepared to offer state-of-the-art services in:
These specialized vision care services develop and enhance visual abilities and correct many vision problems in infants, children, and adults.
The COVD board certification process includes a rigorous evaluation of the eye care professional's knowledge and abilities in providing developmental and behavioral vision care for patients. Optometrists who successfully complete their certification process are Board Certified in Vision Development and Vision Therapy and are designated Fellows of COVD (FCOVD).
Dr. Johnson is one of only 12 in the State of Michigan Board Certified in Vision Development and Vision Therapy.
Does Your Child Have Trouble ?
Staying On Task
Reading to Grade Level
Sitting still in class
Learning from visual techniques
It is possible that your child may have a 100% treatable,
vision based learning problem. Your child CAN have "20/20"
vision and still lack the visual skills required to learn
and read more effectively.
A DEVELOPMENTAL EYE EXAM from Superior Eye Health Center will
test ALL the visual skills critical to reading and learning.
Many times visual disorders can be mistakenly labeled as ADD,
dyslexia or just plain Learning Disabilities. The symptoms are
IF YOUR CHILD IS STRUGGLING WITH READING, please call us at
906-228-4401 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. It May be the most important time you'll spend
Come see our state of the art facility.
Dr. Heidi Johnson, OD, FCOVD.
Dr. Johnson is a Neuro-Developmental Optometrist specializing in brain based vision problems such as lazy eye, visually related learning problems and rehabilitative vision therapy after brain injury. Learn More>