Dr Nate Bonilla-Warford, OD FCOVD
Dr. Bonilla-Warfordreceived his Doctorate of Optometry from Illinois College of Optometry, located in Chicago, Illinois, in 2004.
The following year he completed a residency program specializing in Pediatric and Binocular Vision at the Illinois College of Optometry. During his Optometric Internships, he studied developmental vision in Denver, Colorado and contact lenses and ocular disease in Chicago, Illinois.
Owing to his passion for improving the vision of children, Dr. Bonilla-Warford has published articles on such topics as the use of vision therapy to improve reading skills and has lectured to Optometry students and paraprofessionals as well as the general public on visual care of children, the importance of vision in personal development, and options for controlling nearsightedness.
He has been featured on news such as Fox 13, NBC8, Bay News 9, The Tampa Bay Times, but eye care publications such as Review Optometry, Invision Magazine and others.
Dr. Bonilla-Warford is very active in professional organizations and is a member of the American Optometric Association. Dr. Nate hold a distinction of being one of the few in world with three optometric fellowships. He is a Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD), an organization dedicated to pediatric vision and vision therapy, A Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, an organization dedicated to vision research and education.
Dr. Nate most recently achieved Fellowship in the International Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control. Additionally, he is Past President of the Hillsborough Society of Optometry and is chair of the Children’s Vision Committee of the Florida Optometric Association.
E-Learning Without Eyestrain: Part 2Author: Dr. Nate Bonilla-Warford Bright Eyes Family Vision Care A visual health guide for students during the COVID-19 pandemic If your child is e-learning, and
E-learning Without Eyestrain: Part 1Author: Dr. Nate Bonilla-Warford Bright Eyes Family Vision Care A visual health guide for students during the COVID-19 pandemic If your child is experiencing screen-related