Welcome to Alabama Eye Clinic

Our optometric practice has been proudly serving the citizens of Talladega, Alabama and surrounding areas since 1998.

Established in 1998, Alabama Eye Clinic is now one of the prominent optometric practices in Talladega. With our state of the art optical and contact lens departments you will receive your glasses and contacts accurately and quickly, with the highest quality and service.

“We at the Alabama Eye Clinic dedicate ourselves to providing you, our patients, with quality personalized, state-of-the art eye care. This allows us to improve your quality of life and maintain healthy eyes for life.”

Our comprehensive eye exams are the most thorough using the latest technology in diagnosing and treatment of eye diseases and refracting for contact lenses and glasses. Dr. Joseph Schnorbus takes the time with each patient to ensure you receive the highest quality care possible. Thank You for choosing the Alabama Eye Clinic for all your eye health needs.

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Optical illusions trick our eyes and our brain into seeing a different reality.

International Day of Older Persons is October 1st. Let's help our loved ones know the warning signs of age-related eye problems.

Keep an eye out for these 10 warning signs of age-related vision loss that can affect quality of life.

Can emotional stress cause vision problems? It's rare, but it can happen, especially among schoolkids.

Symptoms of the rare disorder called Streff syndrome.

Fall is here! Did you know that seasonal foods like pumpkin and sweet potatoes are good for your eyes?

The beta-carotene in sweet potatoes and other fall vegetables promotes good eye health.

Why do we love green eyes? Learn how green eyes develop and which celebrities have them.

Celebrating green eyes!

Are you feelin' it? We are. Those eye allergies are back! Here are tips...

Autumn eye allergy relief tips...

Why a black eye is called a shiner. And what to do if you get one - after seeing your eye doctor, of course!

Is a black eye serious? Well, yes!

Hazel eyes are hard to describe. Are they green? Brown? Amber? Where this beautiful eye color comes from...

The scientific explanation of hazel eye color.

Do chameleons see two distinct views of the world? How do those swiveling eyes work?

How chameleon eyes work both independently and together. Amazing!

Can retinal progenitor cells help people with retinitis pigmentosa? Interesting new study underway in Irvine, California.

Retinal progenitor cells may be able to reactivate degenerating photoreceptors in the back of the eye.