Visit Dr. Melman, the optometrist at Eyeland in Voorhees, New Jersey, who makes it a policy to ensure that all staff members are up-to-date on the latest optometry technology and optometric techniques to make your visit to the eye doctor as comfortable and effective as possible.
Read Dr. Edward Melman's profile to find out more about his optometry certifications and qualifications:
Doctor Edward Melman has been in private practice in Voorhees since 1983. Devoted to providing top notch personalized care, the whole office strives to create a meaningful and useful experience to all our patients. Doctor Melman has a special interest in contact lenses and low vision and has been a long time member of the contact lens and low vision sections of the American Optometric Association. Doctor Melman has an interest in the effects of nutrition on the eye and was asked to be on the board of the Nutritional Optometry Institute. Other memberships include the Ocular Nutrition Society, The Vitamin D Council, The Ocular Surface Society of Optometry, iDoc and the PowerPractice. He has served as the President of the West Jersey Optometric Society for many years. In 2006 he was named the official team doctor for the Camden Riversharks baseball team and has returned to that role in 2012. He remains one of the top private practice users of daily disposable and bifocal contact lens designs in the region. Corneal molding with overnight contacts to eliminate the need for correction during the daytime is another specialty lens that we have had good success with in controlling myopia progression. This is often described as orthodontia for the eyes.
Doctor Melman has given continuing education lectures on eye disease, diabetes and dry eye conditions and has also given talks on child vision care and low vision. In 2012 he caught an epidemic of viral conjunctivitis and wrote the cover article on the New Jersey Society of Optometric Physicians Journal.
His wife (a pediatrician) and three children (10, 20 and 23 y/o) have helped stimulate his interest in children's eye care. Locally, he is a member of the Voorhees-Gibbsboro Lions Club, the Voorhees Business Association, and Congregation Ner Tamid. Personal interests include chess, folk dancing, politics, international affairs and sports. He tries to keep in shape with participation in the JCC adult basketball league.