Dear Patients and Friends,
Retirement time has arrived. I am no longer scheduling office
visits and my office is officially closed.
I am turning over my equipment and patient records to my
colleague, Dr. Felicia Lew, O.D. You might consider scheduling
appointment with her. (Required disclaimer: Dr. Lew and I
have no business relationship going forward.) She will be able to
with quality eye care and some additional important special
services which include:
Please see Dr. Lew’s information below.
- Treatment of developmental vision-related learning struggles
- Vision rehabilitation for neurological events such as
concussion and stroke
- Sports vision enhancement training
- Treatment for "lazy eye" (including strabismus and
amblyopia), double vision, dizziness and focusing dysfunction
Should you need a copy of your records sent to another practice,
or just a copy of your prescription (if it is less than two years
old) just ask Dr. Lew.
If you need to re-order contact lenses and your prescription is
current, Dr. Lew can take care of that for you.
Thank you for trusting me to provide you with my services over the
(many) years. It has been a pleasure to know and work with you.
I will miss seeing you.
Best regards, in peace and good health,
Dr. Larry Bickford
About Dr. Felicia Lew:
Felicia Lew, OD resides in Santa Barbara and has been in
practice for 16 years.
She received her Bachelor's Degree in behavioral
neuroscience from Bryn Mawr College and Doctorate Degree in
Optometry from the University
of California at Berkeley.
Dr Lew enjoys seeing patients of all ages including those
with special needs and has a specialization in vision
development in children and
She has previously worked at Vandenberg Air Force Base, the
pediatric ophthalmology department at Sansum Clinic and has
worked with inpatients
at Cottage Rehabilitation Hospital who have suffered a
stroke, trauma or other brain injuries.
Her practice also offers in-depth evaluation and vision
therapy for eye movement, visual perceptual and eye alignment
disorders and vision rehabilitation
for patients who suffer from dizziness, eye strain, and
brain injuries. She takes a holistic approach to vision and
"good vision involves much more than 20/20."
The new office will be at 1921-A State St. Phone number is
(805)765-4892. Website: www.neurovisiontraining.com