Amherst, Ohio

Eric G. Stocker, OD

Eric G. Stocker, OD

182 Park Ave
Amherst, OH 44001
(440) 988-4419
Eric G. Stocker, OD, Eye Doctors, Health and Beauty, Amherst, Ohio

When it comes to your vision, finding the right eye doctor who is able to diagnose any issue you may experience is essential. Eric G. Stocker, OD has served Amherst, OH, and Lorain County for nearly 30 years and only continues to accommodate the community’s unique eye care needs. 

These eye doctors’ mission is to improve their clients’ vision and eye comfort. To do so, their practice offers a variety of eye screenings for different ailments including glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration, and corneal disease. With these tests, they are able to detect any problems early on and provide the right treatment. 

Dr. Stocker also offers optomap® retinal imaging. This procedure takes a picture of the inside of the eye, which makes it possible to see the retina. With this treatment, the eye doctor is able to detect any vision impairment or blindness, along with any life-threatening disease like cancer, stroke, or cardiovascular disease. 

Open two Saturdays out of the month in addition to their normal weekly hours, these opticians will provide superior care despite your busy schedules. Need some new eyewear during your visit? This practice offers many affordable and dependable options, including sports goggles, safety glasses, and anti-glare lenses. 

For opticians who have the experience and knowledge to get your eyes the care they need, contact Eric G. Stocker, OD at (440) 988-4419. You can also visit their website for more on their services.

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