Specializing In Eye Care For Kids From Premature Babies to 18 Years
Dr. Sharon Napier, Northwest Arkansas’ first and only fellowship trained pediatric ophthalmologist, and optometrist, Dr. Emma Hendrick are Vold Vision’s pediatric team serving the more than 200,000 children in the region. From premature babies to teens, our doctors provide first class care to kids of all ages.
Here to provide the most advanced diagnostic consultations and medical and surgical management of children’s eye disorders, Dr. Napier & Dr. Hendricks understand the special needs of caring for children and their families, and have expertise in a range of areas, including but not limited to: weak eye muscles, crossed or wandering eyes, eye infections, eye injuries, visual processing disorders, cataracts, glaucoma, neurological diseases, and the diagnosis of problems of the eye caused by diseases such as diabetes, juvenile rheumatoid arthritis.
If you have concerns about the vision of a child in your life, call 479-435-6464 to schedule your appointment today.
Pediatric Eye Care Reviews
"Dr. Napier is EXCELLENT!!! And Hannah is the best ever!!! They were both great with my rambunctious 3 year old! Glad we found them! They definitely deserve 5 Stars! ⭐️"- A.L. / Facebook / Oct 17, 2019
"Dr Napier and Hanna are amazing! They are very thorough and made my 3 yr olds exam easy/fuss free!"- A.T. / Google / Oct 26, 2019
"Friendly, made my 11 year old daughter feel extremely comfortable, and lowered her anxiety. Dr. Napier was thorough and great! We only waited 5 minutes in the lobby (I had not even finished filling out the paperwork ). Great, courteous staff. Will definitely recommend!"- A.M. / Google / Nov 01, 2019
"We took our 7 month old daughter in for her free checkup and it was a great experience. They really knew how to handle her as an infant. She loved Dr. Hendricks and vice versa. The receptionist Cheyanne was great as well! She held my daughter the whole time during my eye exam and played in the hallway with her and carried her around to keep her entertained with toys and stuff."- T.N. / Facebook / Nov 09, 2019
- Eye crossing (strabismus)
- Eye movement disorders (nystagmus)
- Down Syndrome, cerebral palsy and cortical blindness
- Photorefraction and screening for amblyopia
- Retinopathy of prematurity, retinal malformations, retinoblastoma and optic nerve disorders
- Cataracts and glaucoma
- Drooping or misshapen eyelids and hemangiomas
- Tear duct disorders
- Orbital infections and tumors
- Disorders of eye movements and double vision
Free Infant Exams
Vold Vision is proud to participate in the InfantSEE Program, providing free infant exams from birth to age one. From birth, babies begin exploring the wonders in the world with their eyes. Even before they learn to reach and grab with their hands or crawl and sit-up, their eyes are providing information and stimulation important for their development. Healthy eyes and good vision play a critical role in how infants and children learn to see. Eye and vision problems in infants can cause developmental delays. It is important to detect conditions early to ensure babies have the opportunity to develop the visual abilities they need to grow and learn. To schedule your baby’s free exam, call our Vold Vision team at 479-442-8653.
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