Author & Lecturer
The eye is a remarkable organ that allows us to see the world around us in vivid detail. Unfortunately, there are some diseases and age-related conditions that can decrease our sense of sight. The ability to help people preserve and even improve their vision makes practicing ophthalmology rewarding for both patients and physicians.
I enjoy working with patients to find the best way to protect and improve their ability to see and experience life. Whether using contacts and glasses or surgically correcting vision using LASIK, LASEK, PRK, or cataract surgery, I have found that discussing all options with each patient allows us to find the best treatment plan.
My style is attentive, caring, and relaxed. At the end of every exam, I ask whether the patient has any questions. By discussing all problems, concerns, and treatment options, I provide my patients with quality care, personal attention, and excellent results. The needs of the patient always come first.
Following the CDC recommendations, everyone visiting the clinic will be required to wear a face mask. You may be required to reschedule your appointment if you or anyone in your party is not wearing a mask at the time of your visit. Our staff will also be wearing face masks to help prevent infection.
St. Paul Eye Clinic and St. Paul Opticians Team