Spencer, West Virginia

Dr. Brett K. Radow

Dr. Brett K. Radow

149 Main St
Spencer, WV 25276
(304) 927-5112
Dr. Brett K. Radow, Optometrists, Health and Beauty, Spencer, West Virginia

Dr. Brett K. Radow is Spencer, WV’s trusted, caring, and homegrown optometrist. The eye doctor and his staff provide comprehensive examinations and treatment for a variety of eye conditions, including everyday vision issues like nearsightedness and farsightedness. They also provide care for more complex, potentially vision-limiting issues like glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy.

Dr. Radow assists his patients from diagnosis to treatment and beyond. The optometrist and his staff prescribe glasses, contact lenses, medications, and treatment exercises, all with the goal of improving and enhancing vision and overall health for Roane County residents. Whether you’re having trouble focusing on the computer screen at the office or your eyes are constantly itchy and dry, Dr. Radow will determine if you’re suffering from a common eye condition and how to treat it in the most efficient and affordable manner.

Dr. Radow, a proud West Virginia University graduate, is committed to the health and wellness of the Spencer community. From cataracts and pink eye to foreign body removal and macular degeneration, the optometrist can handle nearly any vision challenge. No matter what vision interference you’re having, Dr. Radow’s practice makes quality care possible. The eye doctor accepts a variety of insurance options, including Medicare and Medicaid, to make eye care accessible for as many people as possible.

If you’re seeking a local optometrist who will provide all your eye care needs, call Dr. Brett K. Radow at (304) 927-5112 to make an appointment. For complete information about the eye doctor’s practice and services, follow his team on Facebook or find them on Yelp.

Announcements & Events from Dr. Brett K. Radow
The Effect of Tanning Beds on the Eyes, Spencer, West Virginia
Indoor tanning is popular among many people due to its aesthetic benefits. However, it’s no secret that it comes with risks. In addition to melanoma, Dr. Brett K. Radow says that tan...read more
Optometrist Shares 3 Foods for Healthy Eyes, Spencer, West Virginia
While an annual eye exam is a crucial aspect of maintaining vision, diet can also affect the quality of your sight. Eating the right foods will reduce your risk of developi...read more
5 Vision Facts Your Optometrist Wants You to Know , Spencer, West Virginia
Learning more about your vision from your optometrist allows you to appreciate the unique way your eyes work. It also helps you understand how to protect your optical ...read more
What Optometrists Want You to Know About Winter Glare, Spencer, West Virginia
During the winter, fighting off flu and cold symptoms is often your biggest health concern. However, your eyes are also affected during the cold season. Winter glare is one of the mo...read more
Spencer Eye Doctor Lists 3 Reasons to Have Regular Checkups, Spencer, West Virginia
If you don’t remember the last time you had your eyes checked, now’s the time to make a change. While you may think your vision is perfect or your prescription hasn’t changed, t...read more
Glaucoma is characterized by a buildup of pressure in the eye. This occurs when it fails to balance the amount of inner eye fluid produced against the amount that drains aw...read more
Eye exams often lead to a prescription for glasses or contact lenses, but in some cases, your optometrist is the first to diagnose a more serious condition like diabetic eye disease....read more
Floaters are clusters of cells or proteins in a gel-like substance in your eye. Sometimes, they cast shadows, which appear as floating specks in your vision. Although they’re us...read more
You want your kids to have the best school year they can, and having good eyesight plays a huge role in learning. That’s why you should schedule an exam with their eye doctor before ...read more
Farsighted and nearsighted are both terms used to describe two different types of refractive eye conditions, or vision problems that limit the way the retina receives light. When the...read more
Having healthy eyesight is important for a variety of reasons, and it’s essential to see an eye doctor you like and trust for vision care. You should feel comfortable telling them yo...read more
Your eyes are one of the most sensitive organs, and because they are exposed to the outside world, you must do everything you can to take good care of them. There are many potential ...read more