710 Floral Vale Blvd Yardley, PA 19067 | (215) 550-6273

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Meet the Optometrists

Sheila Maisel, OD, MS

Sheila Maisel, OD, MS, brings more than 25 years of experience in optometry to Yardley Vision Care, serving men, women, and families in Yardley, Pennsylvania, and throughout Bucks County. 

Dr. Maisel began her professional pursuits at the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Biology. While in undergraduate school, Dr. Maisel served as a sergeant, and then an officer in the Ohio Army National Guard. During this time, she served as a medic and worked at an Ohio-based ambulance company.

Dr. Maisel earned her Doctor of Optometry from the Ohio State University College of Optometry in Columbus, Ohio. She subsequently completed a residency in vision rehabilitation, an experience that enabled her to work with the visually impaired. Before entering private practice, Dr. Maisel also earned her master’s degree in physiological optics at the Ohio State University College of Optometry. 

Following graduation, Dr. Maisel accepted a position as supervisor of the Department of Veteran Affairs Optometry Clinic. In this role, she served veterans and worked closely with optometrists and ophthalmologists, developing custom treatment plans. She also supervised the residency rotations for optometry students at the Ohio State University College of Optometry.

In 2000, Dr. Maisel and her family relocated to Pennsylvania, where she joined private practice of Dr. Arthur Reinholt at Yardley Vision Associates. Dr. Maisel purchased the practice in 2011 and changed the name to Yardley Vision Care.

Dr. Maisel offers a friendly, welcoming environment and dedicates plenty of time to interact with and answer all of her patients’ questions.

Matthew Brodkin, OD

Matthew Brodkin, OD, brings a wide range of experience in Primary and Medical Eye Care. 

Dr. Brodkin received his undergraduate degree in Biology from The University of Delaware. He then went on to receive his professional degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University. During optometry school, Dr. Brodkin received honors for his private, hospital, and disease clinical externships. He is licensed in the diagnosis and treatment of ocular disease. 

Dr. Brodkin has resides in Bucks County with his wife and two dogs. He looks forward to bringing his passion for eye health to the community.

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