1990 graduate of The Ohio State College of Optometry 1987 graduate of Indianna University of Pennsylvania
Optometric Speaking, Music, Travel
Time in Private Practice:
Kentucky Optometric Association, American Optometric Association
Dr. Kris Kerestan is a Doctor of Optometry providing comprehensive optometric care, including Neurolens treatment, to patients at Garbig Family Eye Care in Wilder, Kentucky. Digital Vision Symptom is a common problem among both adults and children that results from excess screen time. Common symptoms include headaches, eye strain, dry eye, tired eyes, light sensitivity, and neck stiffness. neurolens are specially-designed lenses that use contoured prism technology to correct misalignment from the use of digital devices and relieve eye strain, headaches, and other symptoms.
Dr. Kerestan graduated from the Ohio State University College of Optometry in 1990 and has spent her entire career providing comprehensive primary optometric care to patients of all ages. She is also passionate about the diagnosis and treatment of learning-related vision problems. Dr. Kerestan is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Kentucky Optometric Association and has served on the Kentucky Optometric Association Board of Trustees for six years. Dr. Kerestan also belongs to the Alcon Vision Care Speakers Alliance and enjoys lecturing to eye care professionals at the state, regional and national levels about cutting-edge themes in eyecare. In her free time Dr. Kerestan enjoys traveling, listening to music, and speaking at eye care conferences.
Garbig Family Eye Care is truly a family-first business. Founded in 1990 by Dr. Kerestan and her husband, Dr. Garbig, their team has served the (greater Wilder community) Northern Kentucky and Cincinnati area with superb eye care services for nearly 30 years. In addition to routine comprehensive eye exams, Garbig Family Eye Care also offers services like pediatric vision therapy, contact lens prescriptions, and the management and treatment of ocular diseases such as macular degeneration or cataracts. They believe that eye care is one of the first indicators for overall well-being, and manage each unique condition with advanced technology and the latest treatments.
If you suspect that you are suffering from Digital Vision Syndrome, call Dr. Kris Kerestan at Garbig Family Eye Care to schedule your neurolens®appointment today!