Nevelow Eye Associates

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Quality eye care is a must to preserve your vision. At Nevelow Eye Associates in San Antonio, we make it easy for you to receive the eye care services you need. We offer all manner of optometry services and will schedule appointments around your busy schedule, as well as take eye emergencies when you have need. Here’s what you can expect from our expert optometry team.

Meet Your San Antonio Eye Doctor

Nevelow Eye Associates is run by Dr. John Nevelow, Dr. Erin Nevelow, and our team of optometry specialists. As a native of San Antonio, Dr. John Nevelow is fully committed to providing quality optometry care to residents of our local community. Dr. Nevelow has over 40 years of experience in the optometry field, specializing in family optometry and contact lenses.

At Nevelow Eye Associates, we understand the important role that vision plays in your life. Through our personalized eye care services, we strive to improve, protect, and preserve your sight. We work with numerous vision insurance providers and offer financing options for costly treatments to make it possible for you to get the optometry care you need.

Services We Provide

Comprehensive eye exams are at the core of the eye care services we provide. Through annual eye exams, we evaluate your eye health and vision to detect eye problems or vision changes that affect your sight. Our eye exams include assessments for eye health, visual acuity, eye movement and eye focusing to ensure you’re benefiting from optimal vision.   

We also test for eye conditions such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataracts to catch these diseases in their early stages when they’re easier to treat. Early detection and treatment can help preserve your vision.

We offer quality eyewear in the form of prescription eyeglasses, contact lenses, and prescription and non-prescription sunglasses. Our extensive inventory of quality frames and lenses makes it easy to find glasses or contacts that suit your personal taste, lifestyle, and budget.

We carry a variety of contact lenses, including soft contacts, rigid gas-permeable contacts, and extended-wear/extended-wear disposable contacts to meet your needs. If you’re not familiar with contact lenses, we’ll take time to explain your options and the benefits of each so you can choose wisely. We’ll also ensure you have an accurate contact lens or eyeglass fitting.  

LASIK surgery offers an alternative to eyeglasses or contacts in correcting refractive errors in your vision. We’ll help co-manage LASIK and other eye surgery procedures so you can get the most from these treatments.

See Your San Antonio Eye Doctor

To schedule an eye exam at Nevelow Eye Associates in San Antonio, call 210-349-2437 today.


Dr. John Nevelow, Dr. Erin Nevelow
San Antonio Optometrist | Nevelow Eye Associates | (210)-349-2437
19190 Stone Oak Parkway, Suite 120
San Antonio, TX 78258

Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • John M. Nevelow
    O.D., F.A.A.O.

    Dr. Nevelow is a native of San Antonio. He graduated from the University of Houston College of Optometry in 1971. After a residency during VietNam at Madigan Army Hospital, he returned to San Antonio to start a private practice. His areas of concentration include family practice and contact lenses. Dr. Nevelow has been an investigator for the FDA and several pharmaceutical and contact lens companies.

  • Erin Nevelow
    O.D.

    Dr. Erin is a native Texan. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin and went into cancer research for several years. She decided to follow in her father's footsteps and graduated from the University of Houston College of Optometry in 2005. She did an internship at the Naval Hospital at Quantico Marine Base in Virginia and at the V.A. Hospital in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

  • Tracy Callender

    Tracy is the office manager of the practice. She has been with us for the past 7 years. She is a graduate of the University of Houston Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management. Her business background keeps our practice running and our vision and health insurance up to date. Tracy is the one to ask when you have questions about our practice or your insurance.

  • Nancy Dany
    ABOC

    Nancy is the optician and is in charge of the optical. She buys the frames and contact lenses along with frame styling, adjusting frames, cutting lenses to fit frames and managing the day to day operations of the optical. She is certified by the American Board of Opticians. Nancy has been with the practice for 28 years and is up to date with all of the latest lens designs and which ones would be the best for your prescription and lifestyle.

  • Alexandra Weed

    Alex is a graduate of UTSA and majored in Early Childhood Education.  Before joining our practice, she worked many years as an Executive Assistant.  Alex originally started out doing accounts receivables, but joined us in patient care two years ago.  Alex does all our exam pretesting, glaucoma testing, and contact lens dispensing.  She has been a great addition to our front desk! 

Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Moved to SA in 1975. Dr John has been my one & only optometrist. Love that this is a family business with two daughters there. Nancy, the optician is like family, having been there 20+ years. Highly recommend Nevelow Eye Associates!"
    Bette D.
  • "Just moved to this area from Houston and needed new contacts with an exam. Everything was perfect and the new contacts were mailed to me, I didn't even have to pick them up!"
    Bruce W.
  • "This wonderful group have been my eye care professionals for 40 years now. Best of the best in my book. They have helped my family and my friends. You will not find anyone with the care and compassion these people display. Love you guys!!"
    Linda B. G.

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San Antonio Office

Monday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

9:00 am-12:00 pm

Saturday:

The second Saturday of the month from 9 am- 2 pm

Sunday:

Closed

If there is an eye emergency please call the office and follow the prompts for the after hours line.