Meet the Staff at Eye-Q-Vision:
Experienced, Qualified Eye Care Professionals
Dr. Anthony P. Tsiftilis
Optometric Doctor (O.D.)
• Illinois College of Optometry, Chicago, Illinois 1992-1996
• Doctor of Optometry – Graduation: May 1996
• Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois 1988-1992
/ Bachelor of Biology
• Kishwaukee Community College, Malta, Illinois 1987-1988
/ Pre-Optometry program
1996-Present Licensed Optometric Doctor (O.D.): I am licensed to provide full scope comprehensive eye health examinations to the highest level possible. This includes the diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases and disorders of the visual system. Treatment of eyes with the use of eyeglasses, contact lenses, and pharmaceutical agents.
1994-1996 Educational Clinical Rotations: Illinois Eye Institute, (Illinois College of Optometry), Chicago, Illinois Primary Care Service: Comprehensive eye examinations including dilated fundus examination, gonioscopy, automated perimetry, and treatment and management of ocular disease.
Pediatrics/Binocular Vision Service: Comprehensive eye examinations of infants and children, along with diagnosis and management of binocular anomalies, strabismus, amblyopia, and visual development problems. Treatment included prescription lenses, prism, contact lenses, and vision therapy.
Low Vision Service: Low vision consultation and examinations including dispensing and training of proper use of optical and non-optical aides.
Advanced Ophthalmic Care Service: Tertiary care with ophthalmologists emphasizing medical treatment or surgical co-management of ocular disease. Rotation included general ophthalmic care service, retina service, and emergency service.
Cornea/Contact Lens Service: Fitting, dispensing, and follow-up of all types of RGP and soft contact lenses.
1995-1996 Clinical Externships: Illinois Masonic Medical Center/Sidney Hillman Health Center, Chicago, Illinois Full scope optometry services including comprehensive eye examinations, contact lenses services, and diagnosis and management of ocular disease. Gilchrist-Marcman Rehabilitation Center, Chicago, Illinois Complete care of head start and mentally-challenged children.
Optometric & Contact Lens Technician
I have been in the Optical field for more than 20 years. So, you'll see me for a visual field or retinal photography. I take pleasure in working with our contact lens patients as well, dispensing the newest technology in lenses.
My spare time is spent with my husband of 19 years and our two children. My family has lived in Sycamore for 13 years and I'm happy to be working in the same community in which I've raised a family.
I look forward to serving your family here at Eye-Q-Vision.
Working in the optical field for 25 years has been such a rewarding and gratifying career for me. I find great pleasure helping patients receive a comfortable and fun optical experience. Helping them take care of their eye care needs is extremely satisfying. I really enjoy helping patients choose frames that bring out their personality.
In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and friends. I look forward to serving our communities for your eye care needs at Eye-Q-Vision. Hope to see you soon! ☺
I am a full time student at Kishwaukee College working on getting my associates degree in science and a license in Esthetics and Cosmetology. I graduated from Hiawatha High School in 2015 and became a member of the Eye-Q-Vision team shortly after. I am so grateful for this experience and the rewards that the optical field brings.
I love sushi, concerts, and dogs. In my spare time i enjoy watching Netflix, shopping, and spending times with my family and friends. I look forward to serving you!
I am new to the optical field but have learned so much already! It is very rewarding to learn from professionals with so much experience. I graduated from Dekalb High School and have an associates degree in science from Kishwaukee College.
In my free time I love being with my family! I look forward to meeting you and your families and getting to know you as Eye-Q-Vision patients!
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