Manhattan Vision Associates

160 E 56th St #300, New York, NY 10022, USA


(212) 688-4277(212) 688-4277

Dr. Arkady Selenow

Optometrist

New York, NY


In-network insurances:

VSP (Vision), Davis Vision (Vision), EyeMed (Vision), OptumHealth Vision (Vision)

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Voro score

100% recommended

1 out of 1 patients recommend this doctor after their visit.

Recommendations

1 neighbors

Approach

Dr. Selenow, a founding partner of Manhattan Vision Associates (1984) and Queens Eye Associates (1991), graduated with honors from the New England College of Optometry in 1980. He completed internships at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington D.C. and The Gessel Institute of Child Development in New Haven Connecticut. After graduation he completed a residency in Pediatric Vision Therapy at SUNY College of Optometry where he has taught aspiring optometrists for over 25 years. He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and is a Founding faculty member of the Institute for Vision Research (1991). An accomplished researcher, lecturer, and author, Dr. Selenow has co-authored over 40 research papers that have been published and/or presented in prestigious optometric and ophthalmologic journals and scientific conferences. In addition, he is a co-author of the textbook Amblyopia: Basic and Clinical Aspects. New York: Butterworth, 1991. Dr. Selenow, co-director of Manhattan Vision Associates and Queens Eye Associates since 1984, specializes in difficult contact lens cases. He was in the forefront in bringing Lasik to the New York area and has co-managed over 4,000 cases. In addition he is the co-director of The Institute for Vision Research and has been a consultant for many major companies including Vistakon (Johnson & Johnson), Essilor, and Alcon.

Biography

Educations

New England College of Optometry, OD, 1980

Certifications

Optometry

Trainings

SUNY College of Optometry, 1981 (residency)
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How was your experience with the doctor?Incredibly long wait times (appointments take at least 1.5 hours); appointments have to be scheduled many weeks in advance