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

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Welcome to Strohecker Vision Care. Dr. Robert Strohecker, Dr. Lindsay Kibler and the eyecare team strive to provide the best in optometry services. We invite you to browse our website to learn more about our services and join our patient family by scheduling an eye exam at either our Mansfield or Elkland office.

Patients come to Strohecker Vision Care because they know they will receive the professional care and personal attention that is our foundation. We pride ourselves at being at the forefront of technology and offering our patients comprehensive exams and the most advanced diagnostic testing available in the eyecare world. 

State-of-the-art equipment and personalized care

You'll notice the difference right away at Strohecker Vision Care. We use the latest technologies to ensure you the most accurate eye tests and measurements.

Our doctors provide you with uninterrupted attention during your visit to strengthen the patient-doctor experience.

Two convenient locations to serve your vision needs

Strohecker Vision Care has been practicing in Mansfield since 1989 and Elkland since 1994.



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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