Whether you are referring for binocular vision dysfunction, myopia control, or vision therapy, we want to make it easy.
At Bright Eyes, our mission is to empower our patients through excellent vision care. When we refer to specialists, we want to be confident that our patients will receive excellent care and that we are kept up to date on their progress. When you refer a patient to us at Bright Eyes, we want you to have that same confidence in us. Over the last ten years, we have built strong relationships with professionals in the community, including ophthalmologists, pediatricians, occupational therapists, educational specialists, and more.
Dr. Nate Bonilla-Warford and Dr. Beth Knighton see patients of all ages for a variety of specialty services including:
- Binocular Vision Dysfunction Management
- Myopia Control
- Contact lenses for infants and toddlers
- Management of Visual Sequelae of Traumatic Brain Injury
Why refer your patient to Bright Eyes?
- We operate the only office in the region designed specifically for children, called Bright Eyes Kids, so you know your pediatric patients will be comfortable.
- Both doctors are residency trained in pediatric eye care, binocular vision care, and traumatic brain injury visual rehabilitation.
- We provide frequent reports on your patient’s progress.
- If you are an optometrist or ophthalmologist, we prefer that you remain the primary eyecare provider for your patient, including annual vision and eye health exams, contact lens fitting, and urgent care office visits.
- Two convenient locations: Westchase and New Tampa.
If you have a question about a case that you are considering referring, feel free to call us at (813)-792-0637 to discuss the case.
You can FAX the referral form and their most recent comprehensive exam to (813)792-0657. You can also send to our HIPAA compliant email at Office@BrightEyesTampa.com.
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