Diana Koslowske, OD, is a doctor of optometry at W. Optical, which has locations in Grand Rapids and Wyoming, Michigan.
Dr, Koslowske received her Bachelor of Science degree in biology from the University of Michigan in 1985 and her Doctor of Optometry degree from Indiana University in 1989. She did her clinical externships at Oklahoma City’s VEF Ocular Pathology Clinic in Oklahoma City, Indiana University Student Health Center’s Red Eye Clinic, Atwater Eye Care Center, and Indianapolis Eye Care Center. Dr. Koslowske also is certified to specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of learning-related visual problems by the Baltimore Academy of Behavioral Optometry.
With over 30 years of experience, Dr. Koslowske provides primary eye care, emergency eye care, the diagnosis and management of ocular diseases, degenerations, and infections, and all types of contact lens fittings. Specializing in pediatric developmental optometry, she offers diagnostic testing and vision therapy for binocular and visual processing problems that may interfere with the ability to read and learn efficiently or cause headaches if not detected. Since the Mayo Clinic endorsed a new application of the King Devick eye tracking test, she has been able to offer pre-concussion testing as well.
Dr. Koslowske has been an active member of the West Michigan Optometric Association since 1995. She looks forward to welcoming patients to W. Optical.