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Dr. Linda Stolfo is a native Ohioan who graduated Cum Laude from Wittenberg University with a BS in Biology. In 1991, she received her Doctorate of Optometry degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry (now Salus University). She has received many honors in her clinical rotations both in Pediatric Care and Low Vision at the Eye Institute in Philadelphia. In 2003 in an effort to maintain between work and family she founded EYEMAX OPTOMETRY, PPL. She continues to build her own patient base at her independently owned, Eyedeals on Falls Optometry practice. Dr. Stolfo married her College sweetheart and is the proud mother of three boys and two four-legged daughters. She is a wife and mother, daughter, and friend. She recognizes first hand the difficulties of navigating in the sandwich generation. It is for this reason that an Eye Exam at EyeDeals on Falls is a comprehensive health screening many times noting areas of concern with early detection. She works with her patients to have the best strategy for their families’ vision needs being sensitive to the family budget and time constraints.
Nick, Optician by day, the consummate outdoorsman by “always”. Golf, Baseball, Fishing, and Hunting he keeps style and function in one case. He what every angler and huntsmen when going after “the big one”- you can’t take your eye off the prize because of poor optics. The importance of having the right lenses- be it contacts or great glasses is the difference in your results. You can continue to weave fish tales in your “BOGO” lenses from the big box retailer or you can get quality into your “game” that adds value to the quality of your life. You deserve better and Nick will see to that!
Caroline, is garnering the art of bedside manners before heading off to Grad school. She is the reason so many folks come in for a quick adjustment...to bask in her cheery disposition!
Caroline is following fast and furious medical profession. Like Dr. Stolfo, she juggles community, and craft - to continue the vision our team holds true, "Balance Through Vision".