Our Team

Robin Lewis

O.D., F.C.O.V.D.

Dr. Lewis has been in private practice for 35 years and is co-owner and managing partner of Family Optometry. He is the current President of the Optometric Extension Program, the leading educating body for Optometry.  He received his bachelors degree from Pacific University and his optometry degree from Pacific University College of Optometry in 1981. 

Dr. Lewis has traveled, on numerous occasions, to provide vision services for those in need in Mexico. He has served as an expert advisor developing police vision requirements in Oregon, California, and New Mexico. He has been heavily involved in education and community mental health. He has served as an officer for local service clubs, and as a member of advisory boards for Mesa School District; the largest district in Arizona. Dr. Lewis also served as a board member of Tricity Community Behavioral Services, a not-for-profit corporation serving mental health needs, for 14 years; serving as Chairman of the Board from 1994-1996.

Dr. Lewis was twice president of his local optometric society, is past director of the Sun Valley Behavioral Vision Conference, and currently serves as adjunct professor for Pacific University College of Optometry. He is a charter member of The Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association.

He was a founding board member and instructor for the Baltimore Academy of Behavioral Optometry and is now an instructor for the Clinical Curriculum of OEPF. Dr. Lewis served for over 15 years as the state director for the Optometric Extension Program Foundation and now serves as the President of the OEPF. He is the author of "A Behavioral Approach to Vergence Problems", "VT Scholarship Programs", and “Remediation of Strabismus and Amblyopia in the Preschool Child” published by the Optometric Extension Program Foundation.

Articles Published:
"A Behavioral Approach to Vergence Problems"
"VT Scholarship Programs"
"Remediation of Strabismus and Amblyopia in the Preschool Child"

Our Success Stories

I am so grateful for Vision Therapy. My son, Gage was losing vision in one eye. He couldn't see 3D and often saw double. His hand-eye co-ordination needed work. He would get so frustrated with…

Vision therapy has helped me in many ways. I used to have trouble reading, now I can read chapter books. I used to trip a lot but now I don't. I didn't use to like P.E at school but now I think…

When i started vision therapy, I had a hard time seeing letters because I lost my place and I saw double or blurry sometimes. Now after vision therapy I can read better because words aren't…