Robert N. Whitlow II, O.D.
"Good vision is vital to your enjoyment of so many things. That's why you want the best-possible care to correct or restore your vision. You want a doctor who listens to you, who understands your concerns, and who always puts your needs first. And that's just what you can expect from me."
Building on Solid Experience in Eye Care
"It takes more than a college education to teach an optometrist the numerous variables that can complicate a patient's vision or eye health. With my extensive education and experience, I can be trusted to recommend the best eye care for you."
Doctor of Optometry: Southern College of Optometry, Memphis, TN
Undergraduate Studies: Biology, University of Kentucky
High School: Alumni of Metcalfe County High School
Keeping Abreast of Advancing Technology
"I make it a priority to attend courses and seminars each year on the latest eye care developments, so I can give you the most advanced treatment available. And at Whitlow Family Vision Centers, our equipment is state-of-the-art."
Continuing Education: Diagnosis of ocular disease and therapeutics; contact lenses, including bifocal, astigmatism correction, and difficult cases; glaucoma management; pre- and postoperative cataract care; laser surgery; pre- and postoperative care for laser surgery; pediatric vision and vision therapy
Honored: As one of the "Outstanding Young Men in America" by Who's Who
Appointed: By the Governor to serve on the Metcalfe County Board of Health (since 1992)
Networking Through Professional Organizations
"My patients trust me to provide a high level of care. That trust is important to me, because they are more than just my patients. They've been my neighbors and friends for decades. Through my professional affiliations, I can keep up with the latest changes in my field. That way, I feel confident my patients continue to receive a high level of quality eye care."
Member: American Optometric Association, Kentucky Opteometric Association, Central Kentucky Optometric Society
Licensed: In diagnostic and theraputics by the Kentucky Board of Optometric Examiners and the Tennessee Board of Optometric Examiners
Lecturer: Metcalfe County Nursing Home Education Series; topics include glaucoma, cataracts, and maintaining good eye health