Dr. Brian Cook
- Standard contact lenses
- Bifocal contact lenses
- Detection and treatment of cataracts
- Red eyes
- Macular degeneration
- LASIK co-management
- Eye care for those 4 and older
Family Details: Married with four children and one goldendoodle
Hobbies and Interests: Reading, gardening, hunting, fishing with my kids
Volunteer organizations or causes: Member of Wisconsin Optometric Association, American Optometric Association, and American Board of Optometry
Hometown: De Pere, WI
Why did you choose optometry as your profession?
In high school, I found the eye to be fascinating in its structure and function, and that eventually led me to a career in Optometry.
What do you want your patients to know about your approach to care?
I take an individualized, laddered approach to eye care. We will try simple fixes first before moving to more involved ones as needed. I’d like each of my patients to see as clearly and comfortably as possible. I listen carefully to my patients and work to find a solution that will work for them. The health of our eyes often reflects our systemic health, so a close inspection of the eyes may reveal an unknown medical condition such as diabetes or hypertension, so I want to make sure my patients are healthy all-around.
Illinois College of Optometry