With 26 years of experience on vision care and more than 30,000 happy patients, Dr. Eileen Lo has been a California State Board licensed optometrist since graduating from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Optometry in 1986. She practices primary and advanced eye care at her practice, East Bay Vision Center Optometry, with three locations in the East Bay area, specifically Oakland and Fremont. She is a member of the American Optometric Association (AOA), California Optometric Assosication (COA), Orthokeratology Academy of America (OAA), International Academy of Orthokeratology (IAO), and Alameda Contra Costa Optometric Society (ACCOS).
Dr. Lo’s primary goal is to provide patients with the highest quality eye care. As a T.P.A. (Therapeutic Prescribing Agents) Certified Optometrist, Dr. Lo can diagnose eye problems and provide treatment to a variety of eye diseases in addition to examining for glasses and contact lenses. She will be Glaucoma certified this year, which enables her to treat glaucoma patients. Dr. Lo also has extensive experience in co-management of laser vision correction, also known as LASIK, as well as working with patients with special needs.
Distinguished as a Fellow of Orthokeratology Academy of America (FOAA), Dr. Lo has been fitting orthokeratology or CRT lenses on patients since 1996. With 16 years of orthokeratology experience, Dr. Lo has been successful working with myopia control in children’s vision via CRT. Dr. Lo also has expertise in fitting contact lenses with astigmatism, presbyopia, and keratoconus. She can also fit hybrid lenses (Synergeyes Duette lenses) and Scleral GP lenses.
In addition to her work at East Bay Vision Center Optometry, Dr. Lo is dedicated to community service. Every year, Dr. Lo conducts vision screenings in elementary schools and low vision screenings in nursing homes. She believes that volunteering her time and professional expertise as a primary care physician is the best way to serve her community.
Dr. Jennifer Hsieh was born in Taiwan and came to the USA after she finished elementary school. She speaks Mandarin Chinese, Taiwanese and English. Dr. Hsieh went to the University of California, San Diego for undergraduate and got a degree in Biology and Psychology. She went to the University of California Berkeley School of Optometry for her doctor's degree. She also did a one year residency at UC Berkeley in primary eye care and low vision. She is certified for treating nearsightedness with Ortho-K (CRT) night-time contact lenses.
When she was a resident, she taught many lectures to other eye doctors in the Bay Area on topics such as retinal detachment, keratoconus and myopia control with Ortho-K contact lenses. She also published numerous papers on retinal detachment, Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT) fitting and myopia control, viral conjunctivitis treatment and keratoconus.
She was awarded a nomination for the 2015 American Optometric Association Young Optometrist of the Year Award. She also won the 2014 California Optometric Association Young Optometrist of the Year Award and the 2013 Santa Clara County Optometric Society Young Optometrist of the Year Award.
She has been seeing patients at East Bay Vision Center Optometry since 2010. She enjoys providing customized quality eye care in a friendly manner to all her patients.
During her free time, she enjoys spending time with her son and husband outdoors.
謝醫師獲得2014年度加州眼科協會最佳年輕眼科醫師獎以及2013年度Santa Clara 眼科協會最佳年輕眼科醫師獎。
Dr. Rebecca Lee is a third-generation optometrist in her family. From technician to optician to Patient Care Coordinator, Dr. Lee had over a decade of experience in eye care before becoming an optometrist. Both a UCLA Bruin and a California Golden Bear, she graduated from UCLA as a Physiological Sciences major and English minor before pursuing her Doctorate of Optometry at UC Berkeley. She also completed her residency at Portland Veterans Affairs Health Care System, with emphasis on Ocular Disease, Specialty Contact Lenses, and Low Vision. She also has experience with presenting academic posters and giving lectures at optometry conferences and meetings.
Dr. Lee is dedicated to serving her community through eye care. She volunteers at elementary schools to provide school vision screening and provides ocular health exams at nursing homes. She also volunteered internationally as a part of VOSH (Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity), providing eye care to underserved communities in Nicaragua. Having worn night-time orthokeratology lenses herself, Dr. Lee is also passionate about myopia control, fitting Orthokeratology lenses, dual-focus multifocal soft lenses, or prescribing atropine therapy for children with progressing myopia or nearsightedness. She also fits large-diameter specialty scleral contact lenses and hybrid lenses for eyes with irregular corneas or ocular conditions including keratoconus, pellucid marginal degeneration, post-LASIK or post-RK ectasia, and severe dry eye. She also treats and manages ocular diseases often found in elderly populations including glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and diabetic retinopathy. In patients with reduced vision even with glasses or contact lenses, Dr. Lee provides Low Vision exams and services. She also speaks English, Cantonese, Mandarin, and some Spanish.
Dr. Lee's interests include Golden State Warriors basketball, HIIT (high intensity interval training), crossfit, boxing, and yoga.
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