Korinne Swain, O.D. is a Reeths-Puffer graduate.
She attended Muskegon Community College before transferring to Ferris' Michigan College of Optometry. Dr. Swain began private practice in her Muskegon hometown in 1986. She and her husband, Brad have two children, Noah (a MSU Graduate) and Emily (working on her Master's Degree at GVSU).
Corneal Refractive Therapy....
Dr. Swain is the only eye doctor in West Michigan to work with corneal refractive therapy. Corneal refractive therapy is a nonsurgical method to correct nearsightedness while you sleep. The specially designed therapeutic contacts gently and temporarily reshape the cornea overnight. The result is great vision all day long without needing glasses or daytime contact lenses! So if you are tired of wearing glasses and laser surgery is too expensive and scarey, corneal refractive therapy could be a great alternative.