Roggy Eye Clinic 

Making the Medical, Personal

Roggy Eye Clinic stands out from other eye care practices in two ways:

  • As an independent practice, we pride ourselves on offering highly personalized services      and care to our patients.
  • We are much more than an eye care clinic. Beyond our 4 distinct areas of service              (general eye care, vision therapy, optical boutique, and eye aesthetics) we also offer          optocosmetics for dry eyes and other eye care products.

As such, our clinic boasts some of the most advanced vision services and technologies in Eastern Iowa. Roggy Eye Clinic is your destination if you're looking for effective dry eye treatments, vision therapy, concussion rehabilitation, LASIK, treatment for age spots, and ocular rosacea—and that is just the tip of the iceberg!


Location

Hours of Operation

Main Clinic

Monday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Tuesday:

8:30 am-7:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Thursday:

8:00 am-5:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 am-1:00 pm

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Meet Our Doctor

  • Sheri Roggy O.D.

    Hello, friends. I am proud to introduce you to Roggy Eye Clinic!

    As a born and raised Iowan, I am proud to build my business in our community. I was raised near Epworth, Iowa, a small town west of Dubuque. I am a graduate of Northwest Missouri State University with a degree in Molecular Biology and Valedictorian of the University of Missouri - St. Louis School of Optometry. I practice full scope primary eyecare with special interests in pediatrics, post-concussion vision rehabilitation, dry eye, and ocular disease. I have had the pleasure to serve our community for the past 20 years and have known many of my patients through all stages of life.

    My extracurricular activities include training athletes through Sports Vision Performance Training for youth through professional athletes. This includes the Iowa City West baseball teams as well as individual youth throughout the community. I am a co-founder of VisioSport through which I train the University of Iowa and Penn State baseball teams, Chicago Cubs Charity teams, as well as professional athletes. I have also been a guest lecturer at the University of Iowa School of Education where I've held workshops for education students and current teachers about vision and vision-related learning problems.

    In my free time, I enjoy spending time outdoors, cycling, cross-fit, music, and spending time with my husband and four children.

    Thank you for allowing me to introduce myself. I look forward to getting to know you!

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