I had the great, good fortune to be introduced to Dr. Alfred Kulik many years ago through my wife when I became curious about Lasik surgery. She suggested I get to know Al, at the very least, as a friend whom she had known for many years.
I was plagued with nearsightedness all of my life and was generally unhappy with the contact lenses I wore since I was a senior in high school. Continue reading “Peter: Father, Husband and Actor. Lasik Surgery.” »
In my practice, I often wrestle with the recommendation of a test for a potential medical condition against the benefits or risks of the test itself. For many patients, it is a simple algorithm: “I have a symptom. I may have a serious disease. I want to know I have the disease as soon as possible, so that I can treat that disease and move on with my life.” But in reality, medicine is a little deduction and a lot of probability.
After years of waiting to undergo Lasik Surgery, I finally had the procedure performed on my eyes. The catalist was the arrival of our daughter Hunter (September 12, 2009). I underwent the procedure on October 09, 2009, less than a month after her birth.