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Use of the NJSOP Find a Doctor Referral Search Tool Disclaimer - Inclusion of an optometrist in this NJSOP referral search tool should not be interpreted as an endorsement/recommendation by the NJSOP. In no event shall the NJSOP be liable for damages to any user of this NJSOP referral search tool for the voluntary selection of an optometrist, for the services provided by any optometrist listed herein, or for any other damages associated with this NJSOP referral search tool. Please note that the choice of an optometrist is entirely yours and there are optometrists outside this NJSOP referral search tool who may be qualified to address your particular needs. Please take the time to educate yourself about your provider options.
What is a Doctor of Optometry?
Whether you live as far north as Jersey City or as far south as Cape May, the NJSOP Find-A-Doc tool can be used as part of your optometrist/provider research and selection decision making process.
Optometrists examine, diagnose, treat and manage diseases and disorders of the visual system. They perform eye exams; prescribe eyeglasses and sun glasses and contact lenses. Additionally certain optometrists specialize in low vision aids, vision therapy and medicines to treat eye diseases.
Eye Doctors examine eyes in order to diagnose eye diseases like glaucoma, cataracts and retinal disorders; systemic diseases like hypertension and diabetes; and vision conditions like nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism and presbyopia.
The New Jersey Society of Optometric Physicians (NJSOP) is made up of eye doctors from every county in the state including Bergen County, Monmouth County, Middlesex County, Morris County, Essex County and Mercer County.