Dear Dr. Gong,
I wanted to thank you for all of your help with my vision correction over the last few months.
Coming to your office was a wonderful experience after my retinal surgery! Given the complications after the surgery, I am grateful for you giving me extra time to help me regain my vision.
During my first visit, your staff welcomed me into the office and used multiple diagnostic modalities to identify the reasons for my vision difficulties. I was amazed at the time that you spent personally with me, asking questions, performing tests and reassuring me that we would find the answer. My experience with you and your staff was so different from my previous experiences that I have referred several of my fellow physicians to you for difficult vision correction. I also would like to commend you on creating an environment where patients are seen quickly yet feel that you and your staff really care about their health.
Thank you so much for your care.
Dr. William Resnick
Prescott Emergency Medicine
Referred by USC Ophthalmology
Dr. William Resnick
Dr. Gong and I have worked in partnership since 2000. I am so appreciative of her professionalism and profound generosity in assisting in the care of my patients. Together, we determine the visual and developmental needs of the children whom I refer through my practice and The Chrishaven Foundation. We have an incredible synergism that improves the lives of these children and their parents. Our innovative approach, state of the art diagnostic equipment and shared passion empower the parent, as part of the therapy team, to be the change agent for their child. I look forward to our continued collaborative effort for years to come.
Rayma Ditson-Sommer, Ph.D. Opnet Neurolearning Center Peak Performance Center, Olympic Training Chrishaven Foundation
Sometime in 2011, I had my eyes examined by Dr. Gong and as I suspected, the right lens in my glasses made in Michigan was not correct. When the glasses were made, I received what I thought was a thorough examination by the Optometrist. But as I found when Dr Gong examined me, the previous examination was not nearly as complete as the one she provided. While examining my eyes, she discovered that my right eye had wet macular degeneration and this was the reason for my inability to see clearly from this eye. She placed me on an ocular supplement (Mesozeaxanthin Complex) and referred me to an Ophthalmologist as wet macular degeneration requires monthly injections into the eye of a very expensive drug along with the supplement that was recommended. Between the injections and the supplement, the sight in my right eye has been stabilized. Bottom line, all eye examinations by Optometrists are not the same and the examination, referral, and supplementation provided by Dr. Gong are the reasons I still have sight in my left eye. The sight is limited, but would have been zero without her intervention.
Harry O. Eidenier, Jr., Ph.D.