Dr. Andrew J. Neukirch

Optometrist/Clinic Director

Dr. Neukirch received his Doctorate of Optometry from Indiana University in 2008. Dr. Neukirch completed training in the areas of Specialty Contact Lens, Pediatric Optometry, Ocular Disease, Orthokeratology, and Myopia Management. He serves as the Chicago Member Director for the Independent Doctors of Optometric Care (IDOC). He has been published in a number of optometric journals and serves on the Professional Affairs Committee for CooperVision. In 2014, he was a recipient of the Vision Monday Optometric Business Innovator Award and was the recipient of the 2017 Illinois Optometric Association Young Optometrist of the Year award. He frequently travels and lectures on the topics of contact lenses and practice management. He is the leading prescriber of MiSight 1 Day Contact lenses for Myopia Management in the country, and the leading provider for Myopia Management in the North Shore of Chicago.

Dr. Neukirch lives with his wife, a physician at Northwest Community Hospital, their 3 year old daughter, and our office dog Leo in Glenview. He is a former professional musician and enjoys photography and playing drums and percussion with friends. Dr. Neukirch sees patients most Mondays through Thursdays.

Dr. Christina DalPorto, FAAO

Pediatrics, Binocular Vision Disorders, Vision Therapy, Traumatic Brain Injury, Certified in Myopia Management

Dr. Christina DalPorto is a La Grange, Illinois native who pursued her dream of becoming an optometrist since the 10th grade. Dr. DalPorto received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Iowa and subsequently completed her Doctorate at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. She pursued residency training within the V.A. Palo Alto Health Care System, specializing in Primary Care and Brain Injury Vision Rehabilitation, and has additional clinical experience in the fields of Pediatric Optometry and Vision Therapy from The Eye Institute in Philadelphia. In fall 2019, Dr. DalPorto became a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry. Fellows pass rigorous qualifications in education, patient care, and clinical practice. This certification identifies dedicated doctors who practice at the very highest level in the profession. Additionally, Dr. DalPorto volunteers to bring eye care to those with poor access to healthcare around the world through the program Volunteer Optometric Service to Humanity (VOSH). While Dr. DalPorto is passionate about providing high quality eye care to patients of all ages, she especially enjoys working with the pediatric population and providing rehabilitation to patients with traumatic brain injuries. In her spare time, Dr. DalPorto loves to travel, exercise, and spend time with family and friends. She sees patients most Mondays through Fridays.

Dr. Jerome Agrest

Optometrist Emeritus/Founder

Dr. Jerome Agrest founded our practice in 1958 at the Glen Morton Medical Center in Morton Grove, IL and moved the business to Glenview in 1987. Under his guidance, Carillon Vision Care has seen more than 42 thousand unique patients. He has many 4th generation patients that are still under our care today!

Dr. Agrest sold his practice to Dr. Neukirch in 2011. He continued to see patients on a part-time basis until formally retiring in early 2018 coinciding with Carillon’s 60th Anniversary. He still may be seen coming and going from the practice time to time as he will forever be a part of our office family.

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