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Dr. Colby Stewart Releases Documentary Video
Date:7/27/2013

surgery is something that can change a person's life in the matter of a few minutes."

The Documentary video was filmed with Dr. Stewart Canon 5D SLR to help promote the Houston Eye Foundation, and to promote awareness that there is help for people who need eye treatment but don't have the insurance or the means to pay. Dr. Stewart was honored to be voted "Doctor of the Year" in 2012 for his charitable contributions and surgical skills to patients in need for surgical eye care.

Dr. Stewart has been performing small incision, topical, no-stitch cataract surgery for over 15 years, and has been one of the first ophthalmologists in Houston to perform Laser assisted cataract surgery. Although cataract surgery makes up a major part of his practice, he also specializes in the blade-free, all laser lasik procedure to help patients decrease or eliminate the need for glasses or contacts.

The documentary plays in Dr. Stewart’s office for patients in the waiting room and has been posted on his website as well as his YouTube channel. A link to the video can be found here: http://colbystewartmd.com/playlist/86/1136.

For more information on the new advances in Laser Cataract surgery or the latest news on Lasik surgery, contact Dr. Stewart by calling 800-424-1019 or visiting http://colbystewartmd.com.

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Dr. Colby Stewart has always known that he was going to help people with their local eye care. Raised in Houston, Texas, by his mother and his father, the late Dr. Robe
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