"Dr. Jana Crim is one of the most caring informative optometrist I have ever been to. She took the time to listen to my concerns and explain all the options to resolve my issues both vision and with my dry and itchy eyes. I now no longer struggle with the dryness or itching. With me working on the computer for at minimum 8 hours a day, she explained to me the new technology available for my glasses lens to help with the eye strain and fatigue. She was right, I have not had any eye strain since picking up my new glasses! I have already recommended her to all of my friends and family and will continue to send others to her new beautiful location at Berry Farms!"
"Dr. Jana and her staff are amazing! It is great to know that your eye doctor and her staff really care about your overall health. I did the Optomap and Dr. Jana explained all the eye issues that could occur but luckily my eyes are healthy! It was really cool to see and to know what my doctors have been looking at all this time. The new office at Berry Farms is beautiful and so inviting. Go check this new office out for yourself, you won't be disappointed!"
"Thoughtful, supportive, and encouraging are just a few words that I would use to describe Dr. Jana Crim. When our daughter was having trouble seeing at school, Dr. Crim efficiently evaluated her sight and even went the extra mile to provide us with recommendations for accommodations and modifications to take to our daughter’s school. With these recommendations in hand, her teachers could make informed educational decisions. We feel incredibly fortunate that our daughter is one of her patients!"
"My daughter came to see Dr. Crim at the end of second grade reversing letters and having difficulty reading chapter books. After being tested and diagnosed by Dr. Crim, I could not only see a huge difference in her reading, but I could see my daughter becoming more confident in her skills. I would recommend Dr. Crim above any other doctor because she really cares about her patients and loves what she does. She is extremely talented and knowledgeable. We love Dr. Crim!"
"Dr Crim is the most personable & caring doctor ever! She shows personal interest in her patients and is so good at explaining any information and answering any questions. She makes the whole experience very pleasant!"
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