Our Practice

We are eye physicians and surgeons in Louisville, Kentucky, and Southern Indiana. In practice since 1984, we have performed over 15,000 laser vision correction procedures and over 100,000 cataract extractions and other surgical procedures. Our eye doctors have a combined experience level exceeding 120 years, including over 80 combined years of eye surgery experience.

We offer all eye services, including LASIK Laser Vision Correction, Cataract Surgery with PanOptix Advanced Cataract Implant Lenses for distance and near vision, Laser Surgery for Medical Eye Conditions, Corneal Transplants, Eye Exams, Contact Lenses, Glasses, Botox Injections and treatment of Dry Eye Disease, Glaucoma, Diabetic Eye Disease, Macular Degeneration.

We also play a significant role in the development of new medications and treatments through our clinical trials division, called Butchertown Clinical Trials.

We wrote the book on LASIK!

Dr. John Meyer and CEO Mark Prussian have written the book on LASIK giving you insider secrets to determine if LASIK is right for you. It's important to research your LASIK surgeon, and to always remember, "it's the archer, not the arrow."

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Diabetic Eye Care

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Routine Eye Care

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LASER Surgery

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Clinical Trials

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Dry Eyes

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While typically a condition that develops in early childhood, amblyopia, or “lazy eye,” can impact patients of any age. Sometimes, adults may be aware of their condition but they may have never received appropriate treatment for it. Other times, parents notice the condition and bring it to their pediatrician’s attention to discuss possible solutions. With […]

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Diabetes and your vision – how this condition can affect your eyes

Diabetes is a condition that impacts one’s health in a number of ways. This is why it is important to speak to your primary doctor about the conditions you should be worried about. The team at The Eye Care Institute understands the impact diabetes can have on a patient’s vision, and wants to educate individuals […]

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Our Location

The Eye Care Institute
1536 Story Avenue
Louisville, KY 40206

Phone: (502) 589-1500
Fax: 502-589-1556
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