Alexandar Andrich, OD, FCOVD
Dr. Alexandar Andrich is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Optometry and is in private practice in North Royalton, Ohio. He lectures on the topics of pediatric/infant vision, binocular vision disorders, sports vision, neuro-optometric rehabilitation and learning-related vision disorders. In addition to providing Vision Therapy, Sports Vision, and Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation services at his private practice, he is also on staff in the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation departments at University Hospitals Parma Medical Center and the MetroHealth Rehabilitation Institute of Ohio. Dr. Andrich is currently serving as the president of the International Sports Vision Association. Additionally, Dr. Andrich is a vision coach to the Cleveland Monsters hockey team and Cleveland Gladiators arena football team. He is professionally involved at state, national and international levels. When he is not busy with optometry, Dr. Andrich enjoys spending time with his family, playing tennis, and mountain biking.
Angelina Cerny, OD
A graduate of The Ohio State University College of Optometry, Dr. Cerny has completed an Ocular Disease externship at the White River Junction, Vermont VA hospital where she diagnosed and managed cataracts, glaucoma, macular degeneration, retinal disease, as well as other various ocular pathologies. Dr. Cerny has received several honors and awards, among them is The Patient Care Excellence Award presented by The Ohio State University. Prior to Optometry Degree, Dr. Cerny gained professional experience as a Vision Therapist and Optometric Technician through her work at Professional Vision Care, in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Cerny is a valued team member with The Vision Development Team. Her primary area of specialty is Orthokeratology. She has had great success working in the area of myopia control in the pediatric population and enjoys working with children.
Patricia Andrich, MA, OTR/L, COVT , INPP
Patti is an occupational therapist known for her success in treating individuals with difficulties in visual-motor, visual-perceptual, auditory perception and vestibular functioning. Patti received her Master degree from The Ohio State University College of Education and her occupational therapy degree from the Cleveland State University Department of Health Sciences. Additionally, Patti holds certification in auditory processing using The Listening Program with Bone Conduction from Advanced Brain Technologies and is certified in INPP primitive reflex integration techniques; having studied in England under the direction of Sally Goddard at the Institute of Neurological Physiological Psychology (INPP). Patti is a certified vision therapist, member of The Optometric Extension Program as well as the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, the recipient of several honors and awards and has been a guest speaker for local, state, national and international conferences.