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Who We Are

We are a privately owned, progressive veterinary ophthalmology practice offering comprehensive evaluations, advanced diagnostics (ERG, Gonioscopy, Ocular Ultrasound, etc.) and both medical and surgical therapies (Ciliary Body Ablation, Cryoepilation, Phacoemulsfications, etc.) for our patients. Established in 2013, Integrative Ophthalmology for Pets started out by renting space from various general practice animal clinics in order to have room for exams. As our clientele grew, so did our company. We have moved from renting exam rooms to having our own location near the heart of the Mid-Wilshire district.

Our services include a wide range of integrative therapies, mixing Eastern and Western medical recommendations for our patients. We also promote general ocular wellness and food therapy based on Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine (TCVM).

Our Mission Statement

To create a balanced and preventative ocular health care plan based on a thorough ophthalmic examination and recognition of each patient as a whole and unique individual. 

We intend to reinforce our commitment daily by:

  • Honoring the relationship between our clients and their pets
  • Providing the highest quality ophthalmic care and actively engaging clients in their pet’s health care treatment plan
  • Promoting education about veterinary ophthalmology and preventative care
  • Integrating conventional (‘Western’) and complementary (‘Eastern’) therapies when indicated and appropriate
  • Cultivating a positive atmosphere and always maintaining our integrity
  • 5 star ratingDr Parc treated our Pug with the greatest professionalism, and gave us an ongoing treatment plan. We've moved to Palm Springs but will be making a trip to LA for a check up--- that;s how good she is.

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  • 5 star ratingI was recommended to see a "A very sought after" Ophthalmologist in Los Angeles. I was lucky to get in to meet with him and was very nice and professional, BUT I felt my dog was jus another dog and after the first exam which the prognosis was not good, was told to go back to my Vet for pressure checks. They recommended go go to the ext step with my Dogs Glaucoma and do the Ablation procedure in his bad eye. Felt cold and so third party I decided to do some research and get a second option. Then I was blessed with an even greater opportunity. Dr Park came into out lives. First out initial exam was SOOOOOO thorough. Dr Park probably did 7 extra things to check my and get a better understanding of what is going on with his eyes. My dog nipped her and I felt very bad and she was not shakened. My voice is to muzzle my dog always. She treats him sweetly and with great care and concern. On top of her great pride in her profession, she also has not forgotten to be human and empathetic and you can telll she loves animals and loves what she does. We did end up doing the Ablation but I know it was what we needed to do because Dr. Park was patient, informative, and waited till it was the right time to do it. She calls to followup and has great knowledge and shares various types of medication to maintain my dogs vision regarding the bad eye and fore sure the good eye. LOVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! DOCTOR PARK. You don't pay for office staff any over fancy offices. You get an AMAZING Doctor who gives 5 Star treatment and results from a Doctor who cares about her patience first.

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    G L.
  • 5 star ratingDr Park is a wonderful vet who specializes in eye care. My husky is almost 100% blind from cataracts and she helps us maintain what little sight he has while we try to raise the money for cataract surgery. Her new office is light and clean and she is always easy to talk with about any eye problems. I highly recommend her!

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    Jan W.
  • I was blessed to find Dr. Park for my dog's eye problem. She was so knowledgeable, kind and professional. I would recommend her to anyone needing an expert!

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    Candace Culp
  • 5 star ratingI took my senior dog to Dr. Park knowing that there would probably wasn't much in the way of improving his condition, but wanted to make sure he wasn't in any pain and thought it prudent to check if there was a way to preserve the sight in one of his eyes. I wish I had gone much sooner! Regular vets told me for years that my dog had issues with his eyes, but never mentioned any actions that could be taken to treat them or prevent further deterioration. So, if that is your situation, just make an appointment and get clear on what your options are. Dr. Park was very clear, professional, and efficient. The office is remarkably organized and clean. The office staff are informed and kind. I received a full report of everything that was discussed the very next day!!! This is proof of how serious this doctor is.

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    Crys W.
  • 1 star ratingsomething is wrong with wicklow's eye. this is an emergency. please contact me. he is completely blind now after the surgery. we are at the hospital his lens is comletely detached. pleaee contact me immediately dr park. i have called and emailed you and heard nothing back. His eye is in realLy bad shApe. Please call me.

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  • 5 star ratingDr Park was awesome. Symon totally relaxed and allowed her to examine him. She was kind, answered all my questions and I left there greatly relieved. Highly recommended

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    Laurent C.
  • 5 star ratingDr. Park is the BEST! She has been seeing our dog since 2015, and because of her, his eyes are in the best condition they could be. She is thorough and thoughtful in her examination, diagnosis, and follow up. I am grateful for Dr. Park and everything she has done for our dog to make him comfortable and happy.

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    Yvonne L.
  • 5 star ratingMy dog was pawing at a persistently watery eye after having just survived being hospitalized at an animal hospital for lung issues. I realized the eye problem has been going on for a week and was likely ignored by the expensive yet not so astute vets at that corporate animal hospital ----I examined my dog who had a white oval ring in the watery eye and being in the medical field treating humans, I suspected a corneal ulcer. Took the dog to my vet and a fluorescein stain confirmed this serious problem not to be ignored although not an emergency. The vet wanted to refer me to an animal ophthalmologist if it had not healed after week of expensive eye drops. The specialist he had in mind had supposedly saved his dogs eye with minor surgery and a contact lens to help the cornea heal at a time when he had given up and was ready to remove his dogs eye already. I looked up the specialist and to my horror the Yelp reviews were abominable in regards to that specialist having an apparent personality disorder, outrageous costs and rude staffby several Yelper experiences. I had recently hospitalized my poor dog and have already paid thru the nose for specialists including a cardiologist, internist and Critical care . Here I go to see yet another specialist for my dog not to go I anticipate my bank account dwindling...but I'll be damned If I'm about to drop money on some irritating specialist no matter how competent. I feel satisfied having chosen Dr Park. She is not close to my home at all but I was curious about her Eastern Medicine approach. She and her staff were extremely efficient in communicating from the day I made the appointment to email/text reminders and parking tips. In fact I was the idiot dog parent distracted by my dogs cardiac condition traveling in the heat several miles driving to this clinic from the Valley and underestimating the traffic so that despite precautions I was still 30 min late. Despite that, I did not wait long to get in the exam room. They wasted no time shaming me for my error which cost me time that could've been spent going over nutrition and preventive care. My dog got a compassionate and thorough eye exam. Dr Park explained my dogs corneal problem and answered questions at my level (knowing I treat humans) but at the same time did not overestimate my comprehension since I neither specialize in dogs nor eyes. Her treatment plan was sound for my dogs age (13 yrs)and she did not upsell surgery since surgery would not prevent recurrence of the condition. The part I most appreciated was I got a thorough 2 page written emailed summary of my dogs diagnosis, treatment plan and rationale for her choices for my dog so my vet and I would completely understand what's going on and where she's coming from. She stayed she did this since she knows clients don't retain what is discussed in the consultation. I know that is true even from treating people. She also emailed me the nutritional info I missed out on.I wish all my dogs specialists would be the same as Dr Park in communicating. In fact they're usually very dodgy to even provide copies of her records /X-rays and for sure are uncomfortable once they find out I specialize in treating humans with heart and lung conditions and they're trying to sell me on an invasive procedure for my dog which makes no medical sense and would only torture her. Even if they had a good rationale , I've encountered many animal specialists sadly, with poor bedside manner and communication skills such that I end up frustrated or uneducated about what's best for the dog. A dog ophthalmologist is never going to be cheap but Dr Park was worth the trip, the time, and the money. I just hope that she and her office staff are able to maintain this as their practice grows.

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  • 5 star ratingI have two doggos that actually come to Dr. Park. I first came across her when I was searching for ophthalmologists on yelp since one of my dogs has a dry eye condition that wasn't getting any better from our regular veterinary care. It's been about 5 months since my doggo has been under her care and my husband and I have seen so much improvement! My primary vet kept telling me his eye was infected and gave him all these eye drops and antibiotics, ugh I am still pissed about it but when we came to Dr. Park she clearly said it's not infected and gave him the right treatment plan. I'm glad he is doing so much better now. My other dog also had a mass/wart sort of thing coming out from her eyelid and recently had a procedure to get it removed. I am definitely one of those crazy dog moms out there so it's a lot for me to trust someone with my babies. Dr. Park has great bedside manner - a very gentle and sweet woman that explains things thoroughly. I also like that she has in-depth questionnaires about your dog and you can see what kind of element your dog is, "water" "fire", etc. and how their diet is the first step in bettering their health. She actually got us to switch to human-grade food and not kibbles and we've also seen improvement in their stool and overall energy. I would definitely recommend Dr. Park!

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    Frances M.
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