Optometrists in Jackson, Michigan

Optometrists
female optometrist
Abigail Maynard, OD

    Optometrist
1116 W Ganson St, Jackson, MI 49202
877-852-8463    
male optometrist
Alexander James Groth

    Optometrist
850 W North St, Ste 104, Jackson, MI 49202
248-647-9790    
female optometrist
Allison Acker Bissot, O.D.

    Optometrist
1015 Laurence Ave, Jackson, MI 49202
517-787-0364     517-787-2272
male optometrist
Dr. Andrew James Johnson, O.D.

    Optometrist
817 W Ganson St, Jackson, MI 49202
517-782-4300     517-782-4708
female optometrist
Angela M Cumming, OD

    Optometrist
1116 W Ganson St, Jackson, MI 49202
800-551-7347    
female optometrist
Barbara E Fayos, O.D.

    Optometrist
1401 N West Ave, Jackson, MI 49202
517-780-9774     517-789-7111
male optometrist
Benjamin Lawless, OD

    Optometrist
1617 N West Ave, Jackson, MI 49202
517-780-3828     517-780-4959
male optometrist
Dr. Bricker B Buseth, O.D.

    Optometrist
800 S Brown St, Jackson, MI 49203
517-787-8890     517-787-0355
male optometrist
Dr. Cliff J Carter, O.D.

    Corneal and Contact Management Optometrist
1700 W Michigan Ave, Jackson, MI 49202
517-817-5261     517-817-5271
male optometrist
Gilbert C Blanks, O.D.

    Optometrist
1015 Laurence Ave, Jackson, MI 49202
517-787-0364     517-787-2272
female optometrist
Dr. Heidi Lynn Schefferly, O.D.

    Optometrist
306 W Washington Ave, Suite 104, Jackson, MI 49201
517-783-6928    
male optometrist
Dr. James Philip Serino, O.D.

    Optometrist
350 N Wisner St, Jackson, MI 49202
517-783-6928    
male optometrist
Dr. Jan Richard Ferris, OD

    Optometrist
900 E Ganson St, Jackson, MI 49201
517-789-6171     517-789-6200
male optometrist
John P Veith, O.D.

    Optometrist
1116 W Ganson St, Jackson, MI 49202
800-551-7347    
male optometrist
Joshua R Halm, O.D.

    Optometrist
1116 W Ganson St, Jackson, MI 49202
517-782-9436     517-782-5166
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Optometrist are the primary health care professionals for the eye. They examine, diagnose, treat, and manage diseases, injuries, and disorders of the visual system, the eye, and associated structures as well as identify related systemic conditions affecting the eye. An optometrist has completed pre-professional undergraduate education in a college or university and four years of professional education at a college of optometry, leading to the doctor of optometry (O.D.) degree. Some optometrists complete an optional residency in a specific area of practice. Doctors of optometry (ODs) are eye health care professionals state-licensed to diagnose and treat diseases and disorders of the eye and visual system.

Corneal and Contact Management includes professional activities performed by an optometrist related to the fitting of contact lenses to an eye, ongoing evaluation of the cornea's ability to sustain successful contact lens wear, and treatment of any external eye or corneal condition which can affect contact lens wear.