Vision  Park Family Eye Care


2699 86th Street
Urbandale, IA 50322

475 S. 50th - Suite 300
West Des Moines, IA 50265

Phone: (515) 270-2490
Fax: (515) 270-2494

www.vision-park.com



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Wendy  Muller, O.D.
Bill Boelter, O.D.
Beth E. Triebel, O.D.

Melissa Billings, O.D.


INTRODUCTION

Your eyesight is priceless. It makes everything from a Sunday matinee to a championship sports event to a spell binding novel more enjoyable. That's why Vision Park Family Eye Care continually strives to take the best possible care of your vision. It's been our top priority since 1929 - and it always will be.

Vision Park combines professional skill with personalized service. And, because we are a partnership of professionals who specialize in different areas, we can offer more diversified state-of-the-art service.

Making Low Vision Liveable

Some vision problems cannot, as yet, be corrected. But there are things we can do to help people with low vision maintain independent lifestyles. Vision Park will evaluate each individual to see what options are indicated. If appropriate we will recommend low-vision therapy which enhances partial vision through microscopic lenses, telescopes and sophisticated optical aids. Low-vision aids do not restore sight, but they will help the visually impaired make the best use of their existing vision.

We also encourage low-vision persons to make use of large-print books and magazines, books on cassette, closed circuit television, or special training. Other assistance is available through of a variety of organizations, such as the Iowa Radio Reading Information Service (IRIS) or the Iowa Department for the Blind and its mobility and independent living assistance programs.

Wendy Barhite Muller, O.D.

Dr. Muller received her doctor of optometry degree in 1993 from Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago and joined Vision Park in April 1994. She specializes in low vision, glaucoma and ocular disease. Dr. Muller has published articles on low vision aids and age-related macular degeneration. She served as President of the Iowa Optometric Association from 2006 - 2006.

In 1997, Dr. Muller was named Young Optometrist of the Year by the Iowa Optometric Association. She also received a Governor's Volunteer Award for Outstanding Service to the State of Iowa. Dr. Muller has done extensive work with the Lions Club Glaucomobile, as well as Low Vision awareness and treatment  throughout central Iowa. She often lectures to area schools and clubs.

In addition to these activities, Dr. Muller is an active member of the American Optometric Association - Low Vision Section and Walnut Hills United Methodist Church. She resides in Urbandale with her husband, Monty, and children, Cade and Avery.

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11/13/99