The Precision Family Eye Care Mission
It's our mission to give our patients the best opportunity for a lifetime of healthy eyes and excellent vision. We do this by providing clinical excellence, quality products, unmatched personal, and professional service.
We're at 409 Lafollette Sta S Floyds Knobs, Indiana - just off US 150 and only a minute from I64.
Mon & Tues: 9am-6pm | Wed & Fri: 9am-5pm
Thurs: 11am-7pm | Closed Sat & Sun
Dr. Keith Roberts is a Louisville-area native, born and raised in Clarksville, Indiana. Upon graduation from Clarksville High School, Dr. Roberts attended Indiana University Southeast earning a B.S. in biology....
Dr. WolfO.D, F.S.L.S.
Nicholas Wolf, O.D, F.S.L.S is a native Hoosier who completed his undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from Indiana University Bloomington and then went on to attend....
Chris SowderOffice Administrator
Chris Sowder, our office administrator, brings to our practice nearly 20 years of experience. Chris has an Associate of Science degree from Indiana School of Optometry’s optician/technician program....
After my child failed a school eye screening I sought out places near me with good reviews and accepted my insurance. They were
Michelle Espinoza Pediatric Eyecare
Dr. Wolfe was courteous, informative and thorough. I have had RK surgery and having aging eye issues. My experience was very good. Highly
Martha Biesel Surgery Follow-Up
My family and I have gone to Precision Family Eye Care for the past few years and we love everyone in the office!
B Whit General Eyecare
I have been going to Precision for regular annual check ups for the past few years. The staff has always been friendly and
Hannah Striegel Eye Treatment
It is imperative that all patients fill out the patient health history forms fully. Many common conditions such as, diabetes, high blood pressure, sleep apnea, arthritis, or even getting hit in the eye as a child, can have a serious impact on your eye health. In addition, ALL MEDICINES including over the counter medicines, supplements, and vitamins need to be listed. Many of these medications can affect the health of the eye or glasses prescriptions or may require additional testing or monitoring.
Finally, DIABETIC EYE DISEASE is the leading cause of blindness between the ages 25-65, all diabetic patients need to bring (or be familiar) with their most recent blood work (including their typical fasting blood sugar (FBS) and their last HbA1c value (commonly referred to as “A1C”). It is also helpful to supply the name and phone/fax for the treating primary care doctor or endocrinologist. These pieces of information are very important and allow us to use the findings of our exam to better understand your current control level and to communicate these findings via a personalized letter to your managing doctor in a timely manner.