Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler or “Dr. Brian” is a highly sought after eye surgeon who’s earned the reputation “The Surgeon’s Surgeon” for being the choice of many doctors for their own vision correction as well as being consulted upon by many doctors for assistance/advice for their own patients.
In addition, Dr. Brian is also sought after by numerous celebrities, film and TV stars, musicians, professional athletes, CEOs, as well as government leaders.
Dr. Brian is best known for developing the Holcomb C3-R® procedure, a unique procedure which treats Keratoconus (a degenerative eye disease); an alternative to cornea transplant surgery. In response to this medical breakthrough, Dr. Brian was selected to give a prestigious TEDx talk. He described the emotional battle and what he had to overcome to make Holcomb C3-R® the widely accepted procedure that it is today for patients with Keratoconus.
Additionally, Dr. Brian invented the I-Brite eye whitening procedure and wrote the books on Keratoconus, Modern Management of Keratoconus, How We Conquored Keratoconus, and Mastery of Holcomb C3-R Crosslinking for Keratoconus and Other Disorders for Patients and Physicians, as well as his most recent, Perceptual Intelligence: The Brain’s Secret to Seeing Past Illusion, Misperception, and Self-Deception, which already made #1 Best Seller in Epistemology Philosophy section on Amazon.
He was entrusted by the United States Olympic Committee to treat Bobsled Driver Steve Holcomb’s Keratoconus, which enabled him to come back and win Olympic Gold.
Dr. Brian authored 74 peer-reviewed medical journal articles and book chapters, has delivered over 273 scientific presentations at medical conferences around the world, and instructed eye surgeons in 64 national and international eye surgery courses.
Dr. Brian has been featured in a wide selection of media including The Doctors, TODAY Show, NBC Nightly News, CNN, ABC News, CBS News, FOX News, KCAL9 News, PBS, Good Day LA, EXTRA and many others, and was the subject of a documentary film, “The Visionary.”
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