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Attention Patients

As of today 03/20/2020 we will be cancelling all appointments and closing the business until further notice due to the spread of Covid-19 and the stay at home order. We apologize for the inconvenience. We will contact all patients in the future to keep everyone informed of when we will be resuming regular business hours. Dr. Rothbard will be available for existing patients for any sudden eye injury or possible eye infections. We will continue to check our voicemail and emails periodically throughout the upcoming weeks. Please feel free to reach out to us via email at or through voicemail at (909)980-3535. We are hoping this will be a good time for our community to stay safe and healthy.  Our main concern is the health and wellbeing of our staff and our patients.


*If you are expecting an eyeglass or contact lens order, feel free to contact us via email with your address and information so we can mail you your order.


Best Regards,

Dr. Rothbard and Staff

Awesome optometrist!!! He is so knowledgeable and easy to talk to. Everyone is super nice and can answer any insurance question!


My name is Dr. Robert Rothbard and I would like to personally welcome you to my website. This Web site designed to Dr.Bob treating a patient not only communicate my services, but to also educate and inform you, the prospective patient, of the vision  care options that are available to you today.”
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Over the previous few months, I was privileged to interview experts in the field of optometry and ophthalmology. The areas discussed were very diverse. These areas included macular degeneration and glaucoma, and concussions as they affect vision. Areas related to severe injury to the eye as well as eye muscle surgery were discussed. Lasik was also discussed by one of our guests. In a totally different area, vision problems were discussed. Vision as relates to learning disabilities and sports performance were topics covered by several of our guests. Areas including autism and Down’s Syndrome and being able to examine the infant were discussed.

To tune into these archived areas, please visit our website at There you would go to episode on demand and this will lead you to the particular guest.

I am really proud of these shows and I thin you will find them of interest.


IMG_6555Dr. Bob’s Educational Audios

We interviewed experts in the eye care industry. Topics include:

  • How your vision impacts your ability to perform in school, work or even in sports.
  • The physical eye itself.
  • New developments in eye surgery and treatment of certain eye diseases such as diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration and glaucoma are discussed.
  • Systemic disease and its effect on the eyes will be one of the topics discussed.
  • Diet and the use of vitamins will also be a topic of discussion.
  • Vision training and rehabilitation of one’s vision after traumatic injury will be discussed.


Dr. Bob’s Informative videos

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