Tampa Bay Cataract Surgeon Runs New Years Lasik Promotion
Dr. Michael Manning offers a discount on LASIK procedures with financing options to assist patients in their self-improvement endeavors for the New Year.
Tampa Bay, FL – Dr. Michael Manning, a LASIK surgeon in Tampa Bay, offers his Florida patients LASIK vision correction surgery to reduce or eliminate the need for glasses or contact lenses. Gulfcoast Eye Care, his private practice, is currently running a promotional special on LASIK procedures.
According to Dr. Manning, LASIK is a procedure that can quickly create a dramatic change in the patient’s life. After the procedure, patients save time every day that they used to spend putting in and taking out contacts. LASIK also helps patients save money in the long run by eliminating or reducing the cost of glasses or contacts.
Dr. Manning views the first few months each new year as a time for self-improvement in conjunction with the tradition of setting New Year’s resolutions. He says that New Years is the perfect time to improve oneself by decreasing one’s dependence on glasses or contacts with LASIK.
For those individuals also looking to improve their appearance, Dr. Manning says LASIK can provide patients with a more youthful appearance and give others a better view of the patient’s eyes. He adds that while these aspects of the surgery might sound superficial, they can be helpful in one’s work-life and also in one’s personal life as glasses may be perceived as a barrier to seeing someone’s eyes.
Ultimately, Dr. Manning hopes that by offering a discount and financing, his LASIK promotion may enable Tampa Bay eye care patients who might not otherwise be able to afford the procedure to take the next step to improving their lives.
About Michael H. Manning, MD
Dr. Michael Manning is a graduate of the Rollins College Honors Degree Program and earned his Doctorate of Medicine degree from the University of South Florida College of Medicine. He went on to work as a Principal Investigator and Co-Investigator for different medical and surgical eye care studies. These studies focused on optimizing patients’ visual outcomes with cataract and lens implant surgery. As a board-certified ophthalmologist, he has delivered presentations at national and international Ophthalmology meetings and has co-authored publications including a textbook chapter in Albert & Jakobiec’s Principles & Practice of Ophthalmology (3rd Edition), described by The Journal of the American Medical Association as “the current standard in comprehensive ophthalmology textbooks.” Dr. Manning is available for interview upon request.