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Specializing in Pediatric Optometry and how it relates to the visual demands and educational performance of his patients. Dr. Woolner received formal training in this area from Dr. Carl Grunning, past President for the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) and is the current professor for binocular vision at the New York State College of Optometry.Other experience with child patients includes an externship at the University of Chicago Hospital in the Pediatric division. Dr. Woolner also spent time at the Veterans Hospital in St. Albans in Queens NY. While there he worked with Dr. Murray Fingeret who is the Glaucoma Professor at the New York State College of Optometry. He recieved advanced knowledge in the field of Glaucoma which included conducting clinical trials & compiling data for the diagnostic equipment of the future.

If you feel your child is not performing as well as you think they should in school, then he is the Doctor for you.


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 Our caring staff is here to assist you with all your scheduling and insurance questions. You will find our front desk team attentive and courteous;knowledgeable and well versed in helping you navigate your insurance and preparing your chart for the doctor. We use state of the art equipment and our staff is continuously trained on proper use of all units.Stop in or call, ask your neighbors about us, a satisfied patient is our best referral and we will stop at nothing to be your first choice when it comes to eye care for your family. 

 


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This is Steve, he is our optician. An optician is a licensed health care practitioner who provides lenses for the correction of a refractive error. When you are in need of glasses, he will consult with you about what lenses and frames would be best. Our office offers over 600 frame choices; they are affordable, pracitcal and stylish. As technology advances so, too, do eyeglass lenses. Would a lined bifocal suffice? or would you prefer a progressive (no line bifocal)? There are many variables in frame and lense selection and  Steve has 10 years in opthlamic dispensing and will walk you through the process of picking out glasses from start to finish. Before attending Matter Dei College, Steve served 14 years as a combat engineer and received the rank of staff sergeant. He graduated from Matter Dei in 1998 with his degree in opthalmic dispensing. With 8 years working with a private practice and 2 years in retail stores, he is a qualified and caring optician who is here to help you.

Our patients can stop in and have their glasses adjusted free of charge, if a nosepad or temple cover is damaged either call or stop in and we will be happy to help.... steveface.JPG


     Don't forget kids ... Every time you stop in ask for a piece of Dr Woolners treasure!! treasure.JPG


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