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We’ve moved to a new location12911 120th Ave NE G105, Kirkland, WA 98034. We are conveniently located across the street from the Evergreen Health Center ER and north of the new Village at Totem Lake, Totem Lake Boulevard. Look for the blue Pro Ortho sign, building G.

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An extraordinary terrible feeling when you lose your independence

It is an extraordinary terrible feeling when you lose your independence. I lost mine when my driver’s license was revoked. Why? The Washington Administrative Code (WAC) was changed reducing the visual acuity limits for drivers who have impairment to their vision. Even though my vision has been stable for many years and I was a proven safe driver for almost 20 years in this state, the change in the WAC now stated I was an unsafe driver. As an amateur birder/photographer and plein air painter I no longer could travel to the places in pursuit of my hobbies, not to mention commute to my job.
Then I discovered Dr. Cusic’s Optical Images in Kirkland and the world of biopics! Dr. Cusic demonstrated to me to be one of only two eye doctors who truly understand low vision limits and more importantly abilities.

Marty K., Port Orchard, WA

- Marty K., Port Orchard, WA
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