After earning her Doctor of Optometry degree in 1984 from the University of Missouri St. Louis College of Optometry, Dr. Jill Mogil moved on to become a member of several prominent optical associations within the United States. She holds the following positions:
Dr. Mogil has a specialized interest in the area of nutrition and how it pertains to eye health and vision. As a part of the Ocular Nutrition Society, she realizes the importance of keeping up to date with the latest in low vision research and technology.
Treating patients with compassion, and dedication to her values are two things Dr. Mogil prides her practice on. Her goal is to help people regain their quality of life as well as their independence by offering them the opportunity to do the things they love once more.
For those who suffer from decreased or low vision due to conditions like diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and other diseases, she offers hope. Her specialized devices help people to return to the person they were before vision impairment slowed them down.
Dr. Mogil practices optometry in her home state of Missouri. She lives there with her husband and has four grown children. She enjoys spending her spare time behind the camera, utilizing her talents as a part time film maker working with documentaries. She also enjoys traveling and hiking.
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Over 15 years ago, Dr. Ryan Broyles let life experiences help make the decision to pursue a profession in optometry. His decision was made when he decided he wanted to help his grandmother after she suffered vision loss due to macular degeneration.
He shared, “Despite medical intervention, she just kept getting worse. I wanted to do something to help her.”
With his determination to help others regain independence and enjoy a better quality of life, Dr. Broyles graduated from Rockhurst University with honors. After obtaining his Bachelor of Science in Biology, he continued on to receive a Doctorate in Optometry in 2007 from the Indiana University Optometry School. Afterwards he joined up with Dr. Richard Shuldiner, a renowned Low Vision Diplomate and the founder of the International Academy of Low Vision Specialists (IALVS).
Dr. Broyles holds a position as a Fellow of the IALVS as well as a member of the American Optometric Association’s Low Vision Section. He also holds board certification and is licensed to provide all-inclusive low vision eye care in both Kansas and Missouri. He’s helped many of the patients of Kansas City and St. Joseph metro areas to recover their vision and once again enjoy their independence.
Along with his wife and three kids, Dr. Broyles lives in Kansas City, Missouri. They enjoy spending time together camping, watching movies, enjoying neighborhood walks and Sunday barbeques. Dr. Broyles is a member of the Knights of Columbus, both locally and nationally, as well as an active coach for their youth soccer league. The family are members of the Holy Family Catholic Parish of Kansas City.
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