An estimated 61 million adults in the United States are at risk for serious vision loss, but only half visited an eye doctor in the last 12 months.
– Centers for Disease Control
Meet Our Doctors
Most vision impairment and blindness is linked to age-related eye diseases. The aging baby-boomer population increases the number of individuals at risk for contracting eye conditions and diseases. This includes cataracts, glaucoma and macular degeneration, which continue to affect America’s aging population. At EyeCare Specialties of Ohio, we take your eyes seriously, and your eye health is our main priority. Our board-certified doctors and other highly trained eye care specialists will perform a comprehensive eye exam and screening to determine your overall eye health and to identify any eye conditions or diseases. Most eye diseases can be treated or managed successfully if the condition is identified or detected early on. Also, eye exams can reveal a range of other undiagnosed health issues like cardiovascular disease, hypertension, and diabetes. These undiagnosed conditions can also affect your vision.
Meet our doctors.
Dr. David J. Gale
Dr. Gale has owned and managed his private practice for over 40 years. He is Board Certified in the Treatment and Diagnosis of Ocular Diseases.
One of Dr. Gale’s specialties is the hard to fit contact lens wearer. He has been fitting contacts since starting his practice and has seen many wonderful changes in both design and comfort.
He is a member of the Ohio and American Optometric Associations.
Dr. Jacquelyn Kuta
Dr. Jacquelyn Kuta obtained her Doctorate of Optometry at Illinois College of Optometry, graduating in 2016. She then completed her residency in ocular disease at Lois Stokes Cleveland VA Medical Center. Post-residency, Dr. Kuta decided to make Cleveland her permanent home since she enjoyed living there so much..
Outside of work, she enjoys exploring the downtown area, going to shows at Playhouse Square as well as checking out the nearby beaches and parks! Dr. Kuta also loves to spend time with her pet tortoise, Ferdinand!