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Welcome to Strohecker Vision Care
Your Optometrist in Mansfield and Elkland, PA

Seeing an optometrist is about more than getting an eye exam and updating your eyeglasses or contact lens prescription. At Strohecker Vision Care in Mansfield and Elkland, PA our Doctors of Optometry are committed to the eye health of the patients we serve in our Pennsylvania locations as well as helping those who are less fortunate in other countries to receive the vision care they need. We work with the Optometry Giving Sight program that provides low cost eye care and glasses for millions of vision impaired individuals around the world, while also helping to train eye care professionals in these areas for sustained vision support. 

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Our Commitment to Our Patients' Eye Health

Our commitment to overall eye health starts with our strong team of eye care professionals that serve at both our locations. Between our Mansfield and Elkland locations, Dr. Robert Strohecker and Dr. Lindsay Kibler use state of the art training and equipment to provide comprehensive eye exams and testing for a wide variety of eye conditions including 

  • Diabetes (or Diabetic Retinopathy)
  • Glaucoma
  • Macular Degeneration
  • Cataract diagnosis and post-op care
  • Low Vision
  • LASIK evaluation and post-op care

The Right Contacts or Eye Glasses

For those who do require glasses, we have a wide range of designer and economical frames to choose from.  Face shape plays a large role in what type of frames look best on an individual, and we'll also explore different lens coatings that help prevent problems with glare or damage from the sun. Our trained opticians can help you find just the right look for you and your budget.

Our commitment to getting the right fit for your eyes extends to contact lenses as well. The latest technology allows patients with conditions such as dry eye, astigmatism, and corneal disease to wear contacts when they once could not. Fashion is not forgotten with contact lenses either, we have a large stock available in our offices and can match you with a comfortable supply, including lenses with fun tints and colors.

Contact Us Today!

Whether you have a history of eye problems or not, we encourage you to be proactive about caring for your eye health. Problems can begin slowly and can often only be detected with an exam. If this happens the best solutions come with an early diagnosis. To learn more about your eye health and how we can meet your vision needs to contact Strohecker Vision Care in Mansfield and Elkland, PA at  570-662-3891 to schedule an appointment.


Testimonials

  • "They are great service and I went in for my eye exams to made sure it's all good. Lindsay who working there was awesome as well... Thank you!"
  • "An intern examined me because the doctor had an emergency. He was very thorough and cared about my concerns."
  • "The office staff is all really kind. And the doctors are great to work with. Every time we have needed to get in for an emergency situation, they have gotten us in right away. Dr. Strohecker even met us after hours once to see my daughter who was in pain. We really appreciate being able to get in and out quickly, too! Thank you!"

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