Friendly, personable and inquisitive, Dr. Igbinoba believes that in order to provide the best eye care possible the relationship between a doctor and patient should be a synergistic one. Dr. Igbinoba was born in Spokane and raised in Cheney, WA. He received his Bachelor of Science in biology with a minor in chemistry from Eastern Washington University, where he also played cornerback for the football team and ran sprints for the track and field team. Dr. Igbinoba went on to obtain his Doctor of Optometry from Pennsylvania College of Optometry in Philadelphia, PA. There, he received extensive training in ocular disease at the Corporal Michael J. Crescenz VA Medical Center in Philadelphia, PA. He continued his training at US Naval Hospital Okinawa in Chatan, Okinawa Prefecture, Japan, and The Eye Institute in Philadelphia, PA.
After graduation, Dr. Igbinoba perfomed his residency specializing in ocular disease at the prestigious Raymond G. Murphy VA Medical Center in Albuquerque, NM. There, he received extensive experience treating patients with glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, neuro-optometry, uveitis and corneal disease. He also was a sub-investigator for a longitudinal glaucoma study, delivered weekly lectures to the optometry department staff and presented a poster on glaucoma at the American Academy of Optometry's annual meeting.
Dr. Igbinoba is well versed in ocular disease, but he also has extensive experience in pediatrics, specialty contact lens fits, dry eye syndrome, emergency eye care and ophthalmology co-management.
Dr. Igbinoba is an avid sports fan, especially football, soccer and basketball. He also enjoys backpacking, snowboarding and spending time with his wife Jen and their daughter Maya.
Positive, dedicated and caring, Dr. Jeremy Whitney believes trust and communication between patients and physicians are keys to providing quality care. After growing up on the Olympic Peninsula in Port Angeles, WA, Dr. Whitney obtained his undergraduate degree with honors from Linfield College. He started his career in optometry as a researcher at the State University of New York College of Optometry where he later received his doctorate degree. Along with graduating with honors, Dr. Whitney was the recipient of the Columbia Award for Academic & Clinical Achievement in Ocular Pathology and the Dr. William M. Eisenberg Memorial Award for Excellence in Ocular Disease.
After receiving his optometric degree, Dr. Whitney traveled to Maryland and received additional training during his residency in ocular disease at Seidenberg & Protzko Eye Associates. During his residency, Dr. Whitney was a sub-investigator in national clinical research studies for the development of new pharmaceutical drugs and devices. He has lectured at multiple continuing education meetings for fellow optometrists, presented posters at the American Academy of Optometry and was a contributor to the Review of Optometry editorial case series, Retina Revealed.
He has experience in a variety of clinical settings including emergency eye care, nursing home, specialty contact lens and pre/post-operative eye care. Dr. Whitney is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, has served as the president of the Olympic Optometric Society and is an adjunct clinical instructor for 4th year externs at Pacific University.
Dr. Whitney loves the Pacific Northwest and enjoys fishing, hiking and all the great outdoor activities Puget Sound has to offer. He is also an avid sports fan and enjoys spending time with family and friends.
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