Dr. Bruce Levinson is an optometrist with advanced training and extensive experience in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of eye disorders. He places professional emphasis on nearsighted reduction therapies, therapeutic contact lenses and children's vision.
Dr. Levinson received his bachelor's degree at Buffalo in 1988, where he graduated first in his major, forensic chemistry. He studied optometry at the New England College of Optometry in Boston and graduated at the top of his class, which he led as president.
After training at the Dimock Health Center in Boston, the Omni Eye Center in Atlanta, and the Augsburg Army Hospital in Germany, Dr. Levinson completed extra training with Donald Korb, (one of the most prominent contact lens practitioners in the country). He also worked at Cornea Associates in Boston. This was one of the test sites for refractive laser surgery (nearsighted surgery).
Dr. Levinson is a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry. This is an organization of members who have completed written and oral exams and defended cases in the field of optometry. He also served as president of The Central New York Optometric Society. Moreover, he has published many articles in various professional journals. He has lectured on a national and local level on eye disease, practice management and vision learning related topics.