Julie the Swimmer – LASIK

Overall, getting LASIK was great decision and I am continually reminded of it in the little things that I enjoy doing: actually being able to see the clock for my times when swimming, running a night, ease of driving with changing light (i.e. no more having to pull off my Rx sunglasses and scramble for my glasses when driving into a parking garage), traveling (no more vision “equipment” needed = less to pack!), and etc. It’s simplified my already busy life and months later I’m still enjoying the new to me benefits that I will have for years!

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