Doctor of Optometry from Southern College of Optometry
Associate College of Optometry in Vision and Development
From an early age, Dr. Weinberg was exposed to the field of Developmental Optometry and vision therapy. He basically grew up in his dad’s Developmental Optometry office which gave him the unique opportunity to see people’s lives change from struggling to success. This inspired him to learn more.
Dr. Zach Weinberg attended Ohio University where he graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and a minor in Fine Arts. After realizing he has a passion for Optometry, Dr. Zach Weinberg attended Indiana University Southeast prior to entering Optometry School. Subsequently, he attended the Southern College of Optometry where he obtained his Doctor of Optometry degree.
Dr. Zach was awarded the Dr. Robert L. Henry Clinical Performance and Outstanding Clinician award as well as the Excellence in Vision Therapy award, the latter is awarded by the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD).
During his fourth-year rotation, Dr. Zach had the honor of working at Bennett and Bloom Eye Centers in Louisville, Ky where he learned state-of-the-art ocular disease management. During his second rotation at Southern College of Optometry, he was able to work in clinics specializing in pediatrics, ocular disease, and contact lenses.
Dr. Zach was able to spend time in Phoenix, Arizona at a practice dedicated to developmental vision and vision therapy. Here he was immersed in the world of Developmental and Behavioral Optometry which are now the underpinnings of his Optometric career. Dr. Zach’s Optometric interests include Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation, Myopia Control, Dry Eye Syndrome, and Ocular Disease.
He is currently a member of the Ohio Optometric Association as well as the American Optometric Association and is also an Associate Member of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. He is also Board-Eligible to become a Fellow in the College of Optometrists in Vision Development which requires a significant amount of post-graduate studies.
Dr. Weinberg is dedicated to helping people remove the visual barriers to their success in life. When asked about his favorite part of working with his patients he said: “I am passionate about improving visual skills so people can Achieve to their potential, gain the visual edge to Compete in sports and Restore visual function to those who have vision problems resulting from head injuries.”
In order to be closer to family, Dr. Zach recently moved to Cleveland with his wife Allie and daughters Talia and Lillian. They have two dogs Manny and Olaf.