1.Lee Agawa, Melissa M
Physicians & SurgeonsPhysicians & Surgeons, Surgery-General
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I had just moved from out of state and was looking for an eye doctor. Dr. Crowley came highly recommended by a friend of mine. I was very pleased, they did not have to put drops in my eyes to dilate them because they take pictures. The visit was quick, I was in and out in under an hour! The girl at the front desk explained my insurance to me because I needed contact lenses, and I had them 3 days later! I had a very positive experience and would recommend them to anyone.
Dr. Maneyapanda is an amazing family doctor. He is a very knowledgeable, friendly, and very professional young doctor. He always takes his time to make sure that we are well-informed and all of our questions are answered thoroughly. I never felt rushed during my visits. He makes me feel comfortable as if I'm talking to a friend that I've known for a long time. We have switched several doctors in the past and I'm glad I found Dr. Maneyapanda. I highly recommend him.
Dr. Crowley did my eye surgery 3 years ago, with fantastic results! 3 years later I am still 20/20 and love that I do not have to wear glasses or contacts. The price for Lasik is very reasonable and one of the lowest prices I have found. The procedure was fairly quick and I had to follow-up a few times and that was it! Staff is friendly, and the doctor explained the whole process beforehand. I would highly recommend this office.
My experience with this office was very positive. The front staff was very helpful in scheduling my appointment and very accommodating. My wait time from the waiting room to see the doctor was less than a half hour. I loved that they have a machine so I did not need any drops in my eyes, they just took pictures! Contacts and glasses are very decently prices as well! I will definitely be continuing my care here.
I saw Dr. Crowley because I was experiencing flashing lights. The office took me right away and I was told I had a detachment. Dr. Crowley even called and made an appointment for me to see a specialist. I had a minor surgery and am still able to see very well. Thanks to Dr. Crowley, he saved me from a potentially bad situation.
I was referred by a friend to see Either Dr. Crowley or Dr. DelGiodice. High recommendations for both. Made my appointment and by the way the reception staff were so awesome. My experience at the off was really welcoming. Staff was great and I saw Dr Crowley. Great bedside manner and funny. Great reference.
Associated Eye Physicians is such a welcoming place. As soon as you walk in, the staff says hello asks how you are. I went in with my friend for her appointment and everyone was so nice. My friend loves that doctors so of course I made an appointment for myself.
I am a current patient of Dr. Crowley and I have moved to Florida but I refuse to look for a new doctor so I travel back to Jersey once a year to see Dr, Crowley for my routine check up. The office is so great that I feel I will not find another like it.
I had my first check up after cataract surgery today. It was great I could see so clear. Dr Crowley did not use any needles or a patch or stitches, it was with the Lensx all laser cataract surgery. It cost a little out of pocket but it was so easy.
My son is only 6 and I brought him in for his 1st eye exam. He was so nervous but the staff and the doctor made him feel so comfortable throughout his visit that he left there asking when is he going back. Thank You to the doctor and staff.
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