Location & Hours

7801 Glenlivet West Drive, Suite D
Fogelsville, PA 18051

Monday 8:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am – 6:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am – 6:00pm
Thursday 9:00am – 6:00pm
Friday 8:00am – 3:00pm
Saturday CLOSED
 
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Reading requires very accurate saccadics, which are fixations from one spot to another.  Children who have poor eye movements are easily distracted and lose their place.  Remember, the eye movement system was designed so that peripheral vision detects motion and danger.  Imagine what happens when the system works correctly in the class room.  As soon as there is peripheral movement, the eyes move toward the source of movement. This results in the complaint of inattention.  Thus, reflexive eye movement skills must be socialized so that they do not respond reflexively to peripheral information.  In addition, speed and accuracy must be trained so that one does not lose one’s place.

The skills are easily improvable with vision therapy.  Once the information is brought into the eyes, it must be sent back to the brain for appropriate processing. The information must be utilized and integrated with the sensory and motor areas of the brain. Defects in the perceptual (interpretation of visual system) and motor (the integration with output, e.g., hand-eye coordination) may interfere with the reading process. Perceptual motor skills are key in the early acquisition of reading skills. A deficit is important to identify very early on-- i.e., five to seven years of age. Remediation of the skills at a later date, such as age 12, will be less effective for reading. Thus, early identification and treatment is essential. It is evident that there is more to good vision than 20/20.

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CLOSED FOR RENOVATIONS
Rinehart Family Eye Care
Rinehart Family Eye Care will be closed for renovations through 5/30/2022.  Our phone system will be down for an unknown period during this construction.  Please call: 610-704-1853 with any urgent eye care needs.  We apologize for the inconvenience, but we are trying to bring you a big and better Rinehar...
New Friday Hours
Rinehart Family Eye Care
Starting 4/15/2022 our new Friday hours will be:  8AM-3 PM
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NEW OFFICE HOURS
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After much reflection on this past year, we have decided to adjust our office hours so that the doctors and staff at Rinehart Family Eye Care can spend more time with their families.     Effective May 1st, 2021 our new operating hours will be:  Monday: 8AM-5PM Tuesday: 9AM-6 PM Wednesday: 9AM-6...
CLOSED 2/2/21: SNOW DAY
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UPDATE: Rinehart Family Eye Care will be CLOSED 2/2/2021 due to the snow.  We will be reaching out to reschedule all of our canceled appointments once the office reopens.  Stay Warm!

Our Team


Our optometrists, opticians, and vision care staff have a unified team-approach that breeds exceptional customer service during every part of your eye exam.

Scott Rinehart, OD

Scott Rinehart, OD

Optometrist

Nicole Pellerite Rinehart, OD

Nicole Pellerite Rinehart, OD

Optometrist

Michael Hampton, OD

Michael Hampton, OD

Optometrist

Jonah Casella, OD

Jonah Casella, OD

Optometrist

Regina

Regina

Optometric Technician

Shannon

Shannon

Patient Relationship Coordinator

Cynthia

Cynthia

Administrative Assistant / Frame Stylist

Todd

Todd

ABOC, Optical Manager

Anna

Anna

Optometric Technician

Holly

Holly

Patient Relations Coordinator

Rinehart Family Eye Care


Built on the foundation of patient convenience and satisfaction, we serve all of your family’s eye care needs under one roof. We're looking forward to seeing you!