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Meet the experienced and friendly doctors and staff who make Visualeyes Optometry a proud provider of vision care products and services in Pleasanton.

Doctors

Dr. SusanSusan Kim O.D., FCOVD

Dr. Kim received her Doctorate of Optometry from the State University of New York, and her Bachelor of Science in Physiology from the University of California at Davis. She is a Developmental Optometrist and an active member of the College of Optometrist in Vision Development and emphasizes in Children’s Vision. Dr. Kim also provides care to the Autistic Community and is part of the network of providers of the Infantsee program. Dr. Kim examines children as young as 6 months of age. She is board certified in Vision Therapy and Visual Rehabilitation (FCOVD), as well as TPA certified and trained for Therapeutic Management of Ocular Diseases.

Through Vision Therapy, Dr. Kim has improved the quality of life of many patients with visual dysfunctions such as tracking and focusing issues which can often lead to academic problems in reading and comprehension.

Dr. EdwardEdward Laubach O.D.

Dr. Laubach received his Doctorate of Optometry from Southern California College of Optometry and his Bachelor of Science in Biology and Chemistry from the California State University at Fullerton. He is an expert in Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT), having worked with patients of all ages, particularly children. Dr. Laubach is also TPA certified and thoroughly trained for Therapeutic Management of Ocular Diseases.

Dr. Laubach moved to Northern California to open up his practice, Edward A. Laubach, OD & Associates in Milpitas in 1994. He served on the doctor advisory panel for National Vision for ten years and he was one of the four members of the Quality Assurance Committee. He also served as the media spokesperson for National Vision.

fisherJen H Fisher O.D.

Dr. Fisher received both her Doctorate of Optometry and Bachelor’s in Integrative Biology at UC Berkeley with honors. She completed a residency in Vision Therapy and Vision Rehabilitation at the State University of New York College of Optometry. Dr. Fisher has worked extensively with school-aged children in the diagnosis and management of functional eye conditions such as Strabismus and Convergence Insufficiency. 

Dr. Fisher is professionally affiliated with the California Optometric Association, American Optometric Association, American Academy of Optometry, as well as the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. She has actively spent her time outside of work, volunteering to provide vision screening in the community, and worked in Belize, giving eye exams to the underprivileged with Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (VOSH).


Commitment to Vision Excellence

docsVisualeyes Optometry was founded in October 2003 when Edward Laubach, O.D. joined forces with his wife, Susan Kim, O.D., FCOVD. Their mission is to correct all your visual needs, providing the highest quality of life for you and your family in the years to come. They strive to provide you with the best overall service while using state of the art equipment creating an educational, safe, and friendly atmosphere.

The proud parents of two teenage boys, the doctors have integrated a dedication to family and community. Dr. Laubach is an active leader of the Boy Scouts program. After serving as Cubmaster for 3 years and Assistant Scoutmaster for 3 years, he currently serves as the Troop Committee Chair. Dr. Laubach enjoys baseball, photography, hiking, camping and spending time with his family & two dogs. Dr. Kim has made various Optometric missions to third world countries including Mexico, Guatemala and Albania. Her last volunteer mission was in January 2010 to Hopelchen, Mexico with the Lion’s Club. The Dominican Republic will be her next volunteer mission in 2016. In her spare time she likes to cook, travel, and spend time with her family.

The doctors have done several volunteer efforts for the community, including various vision screenings for the Lions Club and local schools.

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