Adam Schadt, Son of Country Music Hall of Famer, Paul Schadt, Gets Clear Vision at Christenbury Eye Center

Paul Schadt raves about the improved life of his son on the Paul Schadt and Meg Morning Show, 96.9 the Kat. Adam Schadt, 21 years old, received LASIK surgery, with Dr. Jonathan Christenbury performing the procedure.

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Paul Schadt, 96.9 The Kat

Paul Schadt, 96.9 The Kat, Recommends Christenbury Eye Center for LASIK Procedures

I wanted the doctor with the most experience in the Carolinas and the only one I would trust with my son’s eyes, Dr. Jonathan Christenbury.

Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) March 19, 2014

Paul Schadt, Country Radio Hall of Famer, raves on his radio show, 96.9 The Kat, about his son's success with LASIK surgery from Christenbury Eye Center. Adam Schadt, 21 years old, received LASIK surgery, with Dr. Jonathan Christenbury performing the procedure. The day after the procedure, Adam learned that his vision had improved to 20/15, better than perfect eyesight.

Before surgery, Adam struggled with the need to wear glasses to drive, watch television and participate in sports. As a young athlete, glasses are often bulky, cumbersome and were sometimes dangerous to wear during Adam's favorite water sports like wakeboarding and water skiing. Adam no longer worries about these issues and is thrilled about his newfound vision.

"Adam was a pleasure to serve and knowing his legend father approves makes us proud," says Dr. Jonathan Christenbury, Director of Christenbury Eye Center. "Nothing makes us happier than to see young people relieved of their need to wear glasses."

“I've had LASIK, my wife Kathy has had LASIK and when it was time for my son Adam to have LASIK, there was really no option in my mind,” says Paul Schadt, Country Radio Hall of Famer. “I wanted the doctor with the most experience in the Carolinas and the only one I would trust with my son’s eyes, Dr. Jonathan Christenbury."

For more information about LASIK eye surgery and our other vision correction services, contact Christenbury Eye Center at (877) 702-2020, visit the Christenbury Eye Center website and our Facebook page for more information.

About the Christenbury Eye Center

Dr. Jonathan Christenbury established Christenbury Eye Center in 1987 and is known for his groundbreaking work in vision care. For more than a decade he has consistently been one of the first surgeons in the Carolinas to perform many pioneering vision care procedures including LASIK, Visian ICL, and ReSTOR.

Dr. Christenbury performed the first LASIK procedure in the Carolinas in the early 1990s and since that time has performed more than 75,000 laser vision correction procedures. He also performed the first IntraLASIK procedure on the East Coast in 2002 and the first WaveFront Customized IntraLASIK in the Carolinas in 2005. In the Spring of 2005, the doctor was the first Carolinas eye surgeon to perform the ReSTOR® procedure, used both for the treatment of cataracts and for Presbyopia, eliminating reading glasses and bifocals. Today, Dr. Christenbury is the most experienced ReSTOR surgeon in the United States.

About Paul Schadt

Paul Schadt IS Charlotte radio. For over 32 years, Paul has built one-on-one relationships with the audience, earning their trust and recognition. Nominated for 5 CMA awards, and just won an ACM for Major Market personality of the year 2014 and as of February 2014 with his induction into The Country Radio Hall of Fame Paul is truly a unique personality. Rarely has there ever been a talent with such charisma, yet down home values. When there’s a Country concert at one of the many Charlotte venues, you’ll find Paul shaking hands and making friends with hundreds of people. It’s this sort of time and sincere dedication that separates Paul from the rest of the pack.

Off the air and away from the station, Paul spends the bulk of his time with his wife Kathy, son Adam, and daughter Emily. They enjoy family activities like boating on the lake, traveling to the beach, yard work around the house, and home cooked dinners. Paul will tell you he’s just a regular guy who doesn’t play golf, but loves a fast car, and appreciates the little things in life.

Paul’s connection to NASCAR goes back as far as his connection to Country music. On weekends, Paul is heard throughout the country on the 300 radio stations that carry "Racing Country" and is a regular emcee at Charlotte Motor Speedway.


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