Scott Schultz, OD
Dr. Schultz received his Doctor of Optometry degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 1996 after completing his undergraduate education at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, PA. His study included internships at Hahnemann University Hospital in Philadelphia and the Diabetic and Retina Clinic in Haverford, PA.
In his spare time, Dr. Schultz enjoys running, basketball, puttering with computers (this website for example), and golfing quite poorly!
Yolanda Czerniawski- Schultz, OD, RPh
Dr. Czerniawski completed her undergraduate education at Rutgers College of Pharmacy, obtaining a degree in Pharmacy. She obtained her Doctor of Optometry degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in 1996. Her internships include the Boston Veterans Administration Hospital and Omni Eye Institute of Baltimore. Dr. Czerniawski has also completed an ocular disease residency in Hospital Based Optometry at the Lyons VA Hospital of New Jersey.
She actively maintains her pharmacy license and completes continuing education courses for both professions.
Serving Nutley and its surrounding communities, we offer comprehensive eye health services for all members of your family. Your eye health and appearance has a great impact on the quality of your life. We are committed to excellence and serving your complete eye care needs.
Visit us at Schultz Family Eye Care to find the latest in fashion eyewear and lens technology. Our experienced staff looks forward to helping you find the best pair of eyewear or contact lenses to meet your visual needs.
We look forward to welcoming you in our office at Schultz Family Eye Care soon!
Latest Clinic News:
Blink! This Contact Lens Post Could Make Your Eyes Water
September 23, 2014
Scientific American explores the history of contact lenses, from early tests with blown glass in the 1880s to the soft lenses commonly worn today. Learn about dangerous shortcuts in contact lens care and the risks that come with them. Scientific American Blog, September 23, 2014
Polarized. Just Polarized.
We frequently recommend polarized sunglasses and here is a great article explaining how they are not just ordinary sunglassess.