West Michigan Comprehensive Eye Care

Dr. Christopher Stock holds our patients in the highest regard. That is why he carefully selects each member of your eye care team. You can count on our staff for kindness, professionalism, and up-to-date training in state-of-the-art ophthalmologic procedures.

Cataract and Eye Trauma Surgery Specialist

Dr. Stock is a board-certified ophthalmologist serving patients in West Michigan since 2000. He serves on the medical staff at Mercy Health Muskegon, St. Mary’s Hospital, and Spectrum Health. He is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology and the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society.

Dr. Stock specializes in cataract surgery and has extensive experience in eye trauma surgery and treatment. He analyzes and treats most eye and vision problems. When necessary, he makes referrals to specialists in neuro-ophthalmology, glaucoma, corneal diseases, eye muscle problems, and retinal diseases.

Experienced Administrative Staff

Our support staff is dedicated to giving you the individualized attention you deserve. We work with your other medical providers to provide continuity of care. We also assist you with insurance companies and pharmacies when needed to ensure you get the best care possible.

We strive to offer the absolute best in ophthalmologic care. We serve patients with top-notch communication, convenience, and expert eye care services. We know you have a choice when it comes to your ophthalmologic needs, so we work hard to win our customers’ loyalty.

How is an Ophthalmologist different than an Optometrist and Optician?

An ophthalmologist is a medical doctor who specializes in eye and vision care. They attend medical school for four years and four more years of training specifically in eye care, including surgical training.

Optometrists attend optometric school for four years to learn about eye disease and treatment. Their training includes more information on glasses and contact lenses but no surgical training.

Opticians are trained to fit glasses and know about various lens design factors that can improve vision. In the past, opticians received a two-year degree. Now, most have on-the-job training and a self-study course. They have to pass an examination to be certified.

How do I schedule an appointment with the Ophthalmologist office?

If you have any questions or would like to schedule an ophthalmology appointment, contact our office today.