Eye care professionals specialize in understanding how the human eye really works, as well as diseases and conditions that affect your vision—many of which do not always have obvious symptoms. Eye doctors know how age and risk factors affect vision over time for young and old, and they understand the benefits and features of corrective lenses, both as eyeglass lenses and contact lenses.
Our optometrists take the time to explain the results of your eye exam, describe your options and listen to your eye care needs. Because maintaining good eye health is an ongoing partnership, we encourage you to ask questions and share your health information, which could be vital to monitoring, diagnosing and treating potential vision problems.
Meet our doctors:
Dr. Libby Thompson has been providing family eyecare at her Orlando, Florida location since 1989 and added a branch office in Altamonte Springs in 2002. She earned her doctorate in Optometry from the University of Missouri, St. Louis in 1987.
Dr. Thompson loves Optometry and feels equally comfortable with pediatrics and seniors. She has a network of excellent specialists in the area to serve any of her patients that require cataract or retina surgery. “I love a challenge’ and with all the new products and materials today, I can fit almost anyone in contact lenses; even the patient who only occasionally wants contacts for special occasions, sports, or because they want their eyes to match their green dress one evening!” Dr. Thompson even offers complementary one day contacts to help you see when trying on glasses!
After receiving a B.A. in Biology from the University of South Florida, Dr. Rodriguez attended the University of Houston College of Optometry, graduating in 1989 with the Doctor of Optometry degree. As a board certified optometrist, she enjoys practicing full scope optometry to give her patients the best care possible. This includes the treatment of conjunctivitis, dry eyes, and the removal of superficial foreign bodies from the eye.
Dr. Rodriguez enjoys fitting contact lenses, including toric lenses for astigmatism, and bifocal or multifocal contact lenses.