Your optometrists, Dr. Robinson and his associate, Dr. Bluemlein, are trained in state-of-the-art eye care technology. At Coventry Eyecare, we strive to provide the finest treatment for you. You deserve to have a comfortable, effective and informative appointment.
In order to do so, we use state-of-the-art technology, review your health history, take time to listen to your concerns, explain your specific vision difficulties, and explain treatment options for medical visits.
Dr. Michael E. Robinson, O.D.
Dr. Robinson has been in practice in Crystal Lake for over 30 years. He recently celebrated his 40th wedding anniversary (congratulations)! Also, he studied sociology at Western Michigan University and has a grandson.
“Certified for medical diagnosis and treatment of eye disease, I am dedicated to providing my patients with quality eye care. As technology and the world around us changes, staying up-to-date with the newest instruments, treatments and technology is a priority so I may continue providing you with state of the art eye care.”
Dr. Matthew Bluemlein, O.D.
Dr. Bluemlein’s fascination with the eyes began when he was a patient of Dr. Robinson. Receiving an undergraduate degree in Biology from Northern Illinois University, Dr. Bluemlein went on to attend the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago, graduating cum laude in 2012. Dr. Bluemlein began working at Coventry EyeCare in 2013. He enjoys establishing lasting relationships with his patients, and helping them achieve the best vision possible, while utilizing the newest technology and treatments. When he isn’t working, he loves spending time with his family, friends, dog Owen and cat Farley. Dr. Bluemlein loves staying active, and enjoys spending time outdoors. An avid fan of hockey, Dr. Bluemlein roots for his favorite team: the Detroit Redwings. He looks forward to continuing to serve the community with exceptional eye care for years to come.
“Nothing is more fulfilling than knowing my patients trust me, and are satisfied with the care we have provided.”