Alexandar Andrich, OD, FCOVD
Dr. Alexander Andrich, O.D., F.C.O.V.D., is a certified fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University College of Optometry in Maumee, Ohio. He has been in private practice with his wife, Patti Andrich, OTR/L for over ten years in North Royalton, Ohio, a suburb of Cleveland. Dr. Andrich uses a functional, developmental approach to treat visual dysfunctions. He has advanced training in evaluating and treating vision disorders of the pediatric, special needs, and adult populations. Dr. Andrich is nationally known for his success working with patients who have vision problems that affect school performance as well as activities of daily living and sports.
Dr. Andrich lectures on the topics of pediatric/infant vision, binocular vision disorders, sports vision, and learning-related vision disorders. He has been a guest speaker for the national television program "American Medical Review" and has been featured by the Cleveland Plain Dealer highlighting sports vision training. Dr. Andrich also has the distinction of having one of his most famous cases being featured on the Paul Harvey Radio Program. Currently, Dr. Andrich has staff privileges at the Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital. He is also a past president of The Cleveland Optometric Association and is the InfantSEE coordinator for Northeast Ohio. He is a member of The Optometric Extension Program and the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, where he serves on the practice management and educational committees. Dr. Andrich is committed to improving visual performance through advanced vision therapy.