Dr. Tammy Schuler has practiced Optometry in Southern New Jersey for the last 15 years. Her special interests include primary eye care and contact lenses evaluation fitting. She has been trained in the diagnosis and treatment of anterior segment disease and glaucoma, the diagnosis and post-operative care of cataracts and macular degeneration.
Dr. Schuler’s primary goal is to evaluate patient needs and recommend treatment to achieve optimal results and provide outstanding patient care. She encourages her patients to take a proactive role in their care and is a strong proponent of patient education. Dr. Schuler is, herself, among the visually happy post-LASIK patients and uses this experience to extend personal knowledge associated with the procedure and its outcome. As a result, many of her patients have experienced the benefits of the LASIK procedure.
After attaining her Bachelor of Science from Cook College, Rutgers University, Dr. Schuler received her Doctor of Optometry degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry (Salus University). During her optometric training she studied at the college’s Feinbloom Center for Low Vision and Pediatric Services. She interned at Einstein Hospital Department of Ophthalmology where she earned honors for her study of ophthalmic diseases and treatments and research on “Nutritional Amblyopia”, exploring the ocular manifestations of alcoholism.
Dr. Schuler is an avid equestrian and animal lover. She resides in Southern New Jersey with her husband and three children.