Your Vision is Important to Us

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Eye diseases are common and can go unnoticed for a long time — some have no symptoms at first. A comprehensive eye exam by an optometrist is necessary to find eye diseases in the early stages when treatment to prevent vision loss is most effective. Photographs are taken so your eye doctor can see inside your eyes and check for signs of health problems.

During the exam, visual acuity, depth perception, eye alignment, and eye movement are tested. Your eye doctor may even spot other conditions such as high blood pressure or diabetes, sometimes before your primary care doctor does. Even if you are experiencing no visual problems, we recommend that you have yearly eye exams!

Dr. Catherine Hollenbach

Catherine Hollenbach

Dr. Hollenbach served as an intern with an emphasis in ocular disease at the VA Medical Center in Huntington, and after graduation served as Captain in the Air Force. Her first assignment was at Luke Air Force Base Hospital in Arizona for two years, followed by a one year assignment at Osan Air Base Hospital in South Korea. Following her military experience, Dr. Hollenbach worked at the University of Iowa Department of Ophthalmology as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the primary care and contact lens department where she worked with ophthalmology residents and performed specialized pediatric and adult contact lens fits.

Dr. Hollenbach moved back to Arizona in 2000 to work at Barnet Dulaney Perkins Eye Center and then Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale and Arrowhead. Her duties included routine eye care ranging from clinical to inpatient services. While at the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Hollenbach also took care of patients at the Veteran’s Memorial Center in Phoenix.

Scottsdale Eye Care opened May 1st, 2006 and is a full service optometric practice. Dr. Hollenbach provides comprehensive eye exams and manages ocular diseases as well spectacle and contact lens prescriptions.