Payment for Services
Here at Katmai Eye, payment is collected at the time of your visit and, for your convenience, we offer a complimentary service to send in your invoice and the insurance company will reimburse you directly.
If you were in network with one of our providers at their previous location, often the insurance company will consider they are in network. All insurance companies must reimburse for services whether the doctor is in or out of network. They have the right to reimburse differently.
Our Payment Options
Cash, check, debit or credit cards. Care Credit payments services of 6 months without interest or 12 months with interests options (for qualifying patients).
We do offer monthly payment options and payment through Care Credit.
We are not Medicare or Medicaid providers.
Vision Therapy Articles
- Traumatic Brain Injury and Vision Therapy:
A Personal Perspective
by Brian Pothier
- Depth Perception Improvement in
Collegiate Baseball Players with Vision Training
by Joseph F. Clark, PhD, ATC
Patricia Graman, MA, ATC, and
James K. Ellis, OD
- An Exploratory Study of the Potential Effects of Vision Training on Concussion Incidence in Football
by Joseph F. Clark, PhD et al
- The Peters/Price
(See To Play)
Vision Concussion Protocol: Diagnosis and Treatment
by Michael Peters, OD and
Jason Price, OD
- A Vision Training Program’s Impact on Ice Hockey Performance
by Alison Jenerou, OD,
Bruce Morgan, OD, and
Robert S. Buckingham, OD, PhD
- Timing Differences in
Eye-Hand Coordination Between Experienced and Inexperienced Tennis Players
by Kausalendra Mahadas et al
- Dynamic Visual Acuity Training in Cricket Players
by Renée Edgar, B. Optom (Hons) Cert. Oc. Pharm (TPA) et al
- A Standardized Procedure and Normative Values for Measuring Binocular Dynamic Visual Acuity
by Amanda Miskewicz-Zastrow, OD et al