The WesternU Health eye care specialists provide comprehensive patient care and education for you and your entire family. You will benefit from the very latest care provided by experienced Western University faculty doctors of optometry and interns. Together, these professionals maintain a close collaboration that promotes the highest level of patient-centered care.

At times, our eye care specialists are also asked to consult with other WesternU physicians in other departments on conditions that might relate to or confirm other medical conditions. The convenience of being located under one roof facilitates collaboration among the departments.

Our WesternU Health doctors have extensive experience in treating all types of vision and eye conditions. Whether you want a routine eye exam or have a more complex or unusual condition, the eye care professionals at WesternU Health are well equipped to provide the care you need.

You may come to WesternU Health on your own or with a referral from your primary care doctor, ophthalmologist, or optometrist. Second opinions are welcome.

Appointments are typically longer than they would be at a private optometry practice. This means that you will get a thorough exam using specialized state-of-the-art equipment and have adequate time to discuss your condition and recommendations.


The Eye Care Institute offers a full range of services, including primary and highly specialized eye care for all ages. Services include low vision rehabilitation, vision therapy, neuro-optometric rehabilitation, diabetic eye disease treatment and computer vision therapy. Visits are typically longer than they would be at a private optometry practice. Home safety services may also be arranged for patients with vision impairments.

  • Primary eye care for all ages
  • Diagnosis, treatment and management of eye health problems and ocular complications due to general health problems: Nearsightedness, Farsightedness, Red eyes, Contact lenses, Reading difficulties, Headaches, Focus issues, Eye movements, Eye health, Dry eyes
  • Ocular disease treatment and ocular complications due to general health problems: Glaucoma, Macular degeneration, Albinism, Keratoconus, Retinitis Pigmentosa, Eye infections, Stroke, Diabetes, High blood pressure
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  • Low vision rehabilitation: Macular degeneration, Cataracts, Glaucoma, Diabetic retinopathy, Optic atrophy, Retinitis pigmentosa, Stroke, Albinism
  • Specialty Contact Lens: Changing/enhancing eye color, Consealing eye injuries, Keratoconus, Restoring/enhancing/near/far/computer vision, High activity sports, Enhancing peripheral vision compared to eye glasses, Vision therapy and ocular disease therapy, Providing an alternative to laser surgical correction, Subtitution for thick eyeglasses
  • Vision Therapy Services/Special Needs Populations: Oculomotor dysfunction (eye tracking), Binocular vision dysfunction (eye teaming), Accommodative dysfunction (focusing), Visual information processing dysfunctions, Amblyopia (lazy eye) and Strabismus (an eye turn), Down Syndrome, Developmental Disabilities
  • Neuro-optometric rehabilitation
  • Full-service optical department with a vast selection of glasses, contacts, sports eyewear and sunglasses
  • Computer Vision Therapy
  • Testing for DMV and FAA
  • Diabetic Eye Disease Management
Why choose WesternU Health Eye Institute?
  • Expertise: Experienced, award winning, and nationally recognized doctors and faculty dedicated to your health and wellness.
  • Team Approach: Eye care physicians and interns work closely together to promote the highest level of patient-centered care. Consultation with other PCC doctor also occurs for coordinated care.
  • Caring Providers: Specialized doctors who care enough to listen and make sure that you understand your health issues. Doctors who are eager to answer your questions and help you participate in your care.
  • Modern Facilities: Private examination and treatment rooms, specialized testing areas, and a full-service optical department with a wide variety and selection of eye glasses and contacts.
  • State-of-the-Art Equipment: The Eye Care Institute offers a comprehensive, inter-professional approach with the latest instrumentation and techniques to manage even the most challenging eye and vision problems. Some of the specialized equipment pieces are generally not available in most private practice settings. Private practitioners often refer patients for more comprehensive diagnostics for complex conditions requiring more specialized assessment.