Alona M. King
Board Certified: Vision Therapy
760 S. Woodruff
Idaho Falls, ID 83401
Vision Care Practice
with Specialties in:
of Post Cataract Patients
- Contact Lens
Dr. Alona King has been practicing behavioral optometry in Idaho Falls,
Idaho for over 30 years. She is a graduate of Pacific University College
of Optometry in Forest Grove, Oregon. A Fellow of the College of Optometrists
in Vision Development, a member of the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation
Association and a Clinical Associate of the Optometric Extension Program,
she serves as adjunct clinical faculty for Pacific University and on the Board of Directors of the Optometric Extension Program. Dr. King teaches a course on vision through Brigham Young University Idaho
to teachers to meet their recertification requirements.
to her general practice, Dr. King specializes in pediatric vision
care -- the evaluation and treatment of visual performance problems
for infants, pre-school and school-aged children. Individualized in-office
visual training programs and home programs utilizing computers are
offered to eliminate tracking, focusing and fusion problems that can
not be corrected with glasses alone. Patients who have suffered traumatic
brain injury or stroke are also treated regularly in her office and
her office is wheelchair accessible.
Dr. King routinely
handles a range of contact lenses, including astigmatic, frequent
replacement and disposable lenses. She provides postoperative care
after cataract and refractive surgery.
Dr. King welcomes the opportunity to serve you and encourages you
to call her office with your concerns and questions. Telephone 208-529-2701.
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Please note: many parents
search the net for a pediatric ophthalmologist to help their child
with vision problems such as lazy eye, convergence insufficiency,
tracking problems, strabismus, etc. Dr. King is the pediatric optometrist
in Idaho that can help children with strabismus or other pediatric
vision problems! Parents often misspell ophthalmologist as opthalmologist