Adam Peiffer, OD, MS
- Senior Instructor, CWRU School of Medicine
Adam J. Peiffer, OD, is a senior instructor for the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences. He is an Associate Pediatric Optometrist for University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center and University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital. He attended The University of Toledo where he earned dual bachelor degrees with honors in biology and biochemistry. Dr. Peiffer obtained his Doctor of Optometry degree with honors from The Ohio State University College of Optometry. He was awarded the Ocular Instruments Award of Excellence in the study of ocular disease and the COVD Award of Excellence in Vision Therapy. He completed an Advanced Practice Fellowship in the area of Binocular Vision and Pediatrics at the Ohio State University College of Optometry and earned a master’s degree in vision science. His research focused on the function of the visual system in adolescents after suffering sports-related concussions. During his fellowship, he was awarded the Dr. Allen James Fortuna Memorial Award for Excellence in the Practice of Pediatric Optometry. Dr. Peiffer holds appointments as auxiliary clinical faculty for Western University of Health Sciences College of Optometry, and associated faculty for The Ohio State University College of Optometry. He serves as a clinical attending for optometric externs in the areas of pediatric vision evaluation, pediatric ocular disease and pediatric contact lenses.
He focuses his practice on routine and medical ocular examinations with a special interest in the management of amblyopia, strabismic and non-strabismic binocular vision disorders, visually induced headaches, pediatric ocular disease, special needs children, and sports vision. He also provides triage and referral services to pediatric surgical sub-specialties within University Hospitals Eye Institute.
Aside from clinical practice, Dr. Peiffer lectures at optometric continuing education events, participates in clinical research, and attends local and national optometric meetings to maintain a high-quality evidence-based approach to his practice.
Dr. Peiffer regularly volunteers at community organization events to provide vision screenings and examinations for at-risk and special needs children.
Patient Satisfaction Reviews
4.9 out of 5
Patient Comments (17)
Reviewed On 6/1/2020
we have been going to this office now for many years and recently switched providers (the other doctor left) we will definitely continue here and with this doctor he was very kind
Reviewed On 3/30/2020
*** great experience. Thank you.
Reviewed On 3/19/2020
Excellent first experience with Dr. Peiffer and his team, we scheduled a follow-up with him and are bringing our other son to see him as well. Great bedside manner, they were patient with my son, and the staff and office were kid friendly, which is important!
Reviewed On 3/15/2020
Dr Pfeifer is an excellent optometrist. He has seen my children in the past for well-checks and he also sees adults on occasion. He was thorough, efficient, and is a great teacher.
Reviewed On 3/1/2020
Excellent provider. The wait time can be a bit long a times due to the number of appointments made around the same time. It appears to be a very busy office at the days/times our appointments have been scheduled.
Reviewed On 2/14/2020
[...] experience with this provider is positive
Reviewed On 2/8/2020
he was very thorough and knowledgeable and respectful
Reviewed On 1/3/2020
provider was great [...].
Reviewed On 12/23/2019
Great personality and very professional. I would highly recommend him to others.
Reviewed On 12/1/2019
This office is great and professional.
Reviewed On 11/22/2019
He is a good provider that still cares for his patients and dies not rush through patients, we hope he continues his clinical skill and empathy toward patient the same .
Reviewed On 11/17/2019
the staff at university hospital were very nice and helpful. Thank you
Reviewed On 10/22/2019
[...] The doctors and staff are excellent with all my children.
Reviewed On 9/6/2019
Dr. Peiffer is the best most understanding most thorough Dr. I have ever seen.
Reviewed On 8/28/2019
we are very pleased with Dr. Pieffer!
Reviewed On 8/24/2019
This office is a little over an hour from our home. We got lost on the way there and we're about 45 minutes late. Dr Piefferand his staff still saw us and were welcoming and kind about it. I was so thankful because I was worried about my daughter and she needed to be seen. Thank-you.
Reviewed On 8/13/2019
The Dr. and staff were very kind, respectful, and thorough with my son. They all gave clear explanations, goals, and findings. This office came highly recommended and I will pass that recommendations on to anyone I know in the future! Thank you!
Fellowship | Binocular Vision and Pediatrics
Binocular Vision and Pediatrics - The Ohio State University College Of Optometry (2016 - 2018)
The Ohio State University (2018)
The Ohio State University College Of Optometry (2016)
University Of Toledo (2011)
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