Brian Boxer Wachler
Medical Director at Boxer Wachler Vision Institute
About Brian Boxer Wachler
As Medical Director of the Boxer Wachler Vision Institute in Beverly Hills, California, Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler implements an unusual but effective approach to patient care in which all patients are treated with the same level of personalized care. While the doctor’s clientele includes a number of well-known celebrities, he is dedicated to treating every patient who needs his services. Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler provides each patient with his personal email address and cell phone number and encourages calls for medical advice or guidance.
Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler offers many services and procedures at his practice, including treatment for Visina Insertable Contact Lens (maintenance free permanent contacts) cataract procedures, LASIK procedures, I-Brite Eye Whitening, and non-surgical treatment for Keratoconus with Holcomb C3-R (cornea collagen crosslinking). Among his most notable accomplishments, the ophthalmologist treated Olympic bobsledder Steven Holcomb’s Keratoconus, which had left the athlete nearly blind. Holcomb and his team went on to win the first American gold medal in 4-man bobsledding in more than 60 years. Dr. Boxer Wachler is now highly regarded as the Keratoconus Specialist throughout the world, often referred to as the Keratoconus Guru.
A graduate of Dartmouth Medical School in New Hampshire, Dr. Boxer Wachler is certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology. He belongs to several professional organizations, including the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the International Society of Refractive Surgery, the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery, and the Max Fine Cornea Society. A pioneering practitioner of many procedures, the noted expert has appeared on numerous television shows. He continues to perform research, publish journal articles and book chapters, present at professional meetings, teach students and other professionals, and participate in clinical trials.
Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler is dedicated to patient care, but his concern for others extends beyond the office. He contributes services to Giving Vision, which provides free eye exams and glasses to children who do not have adequate access to routine eye care. The doctor also supports Homeless but not Sockless, a nonprofit organization that provides clean socks to homeless residents of Santa Monica and Venice Beach.