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Welcome to Freeman Eyecare in Winfield, Kansas

We focus on eye health, vision, fashion and the latest technology.

“Our mission is to enhance our patients’ lives by providing the best eyecare possible at the best value possible.

Providing comprehensive vision care, eye examinations, eyeglasses, contact lenses, treatment of eye diseases and surgical co-management for Winfield, Arkansas City, and the surrounding area.

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"They were able to get me right in with an appointment and I didnt even wait 5 minutes in the waiting room. Everyone was extreamly friendly. They listened to what I had to say. I felt like I was 100 percent taken care of."

Angela C.

"The staff is awesome, all the ladies are always friendly and very helpful. I liked Dr. Freeman, he listens to you and if very friendly. I have had great experience every time I have been in the office or called."

Tracy S.

"I've been going to Dr. Freeman for many years. I love his caring and professional manner with his patients. He always greets everyone with his GREAT smile. He's the only one I would trust to care for my visual health. He has the most incredible staff too! Always courteous and knowledgeable. You can always count on receiving A+ care, great eyewear products and fast turnaround time at Freeman Eyecare."

Debbie S.

Q&A with Dr. Dan E. Freeman | Dry Eye Syndrome
What exactly is astigmatism?

Usually it is related to the shape factor of the front surface of the eye called the cornea. Instead of being shaped spherically like a ball bearing or a marble, it is shaped like a football, being more curved in one direction than the other. This brings light to focus at more than 1 point. The root word stigma means point and the prefix A means without a point focus in the eye.

Does reading my smart phone or tablet in the dark damage my eyes?

Reading from a tablet or smart phone in the dark is okay for your eyes, as long as this is not for a long period of time. There is good lighting from these devices, with good contrast. There is, however, blue light emitted from these devices. Blue light is a short wavelength light, with high energy that may cause damage to the structures of the eye if exposed for a long period of time. As well, studies have shown this blue light can disrupt melatonin production which is required for a healthy sleep cycle. Doctors of Optometry recommend limiting screen use during the last hour before bedtime.

My child saw 20/20 at their school physical. That's perfect vision for back to school, right?

Maybe! 20/20 only tells us what size letter can be seen 20 feet away. People with significant farsightedness or eye muscle imbalances may see "20/20", but experience enough visual strain to make reading difficult. Vision controls eighty percent of learning so include a thorough eye exam in your child's Back-to-School list.

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Freeman Eyecare Office Location
803 Main Street
Winfield, KS 67156
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Eye Emergencies

If you experience loss of vision, double vision, swelling, infection or any eye emergency, contact us immediately for guidance. We’ll help you with the best treatment to prevent complications and promote long-lasting clear eyesight.

Please call our office at: 620-221-2020 for further instructions. Use your best judgment on urgency, if you feel the need to find the nearest emergency room.