(916) 452-2020 | (800) 343-5644
1315 Alhambra Boulevard Ste. 310
Sacramento, CA 95816-5247
Dr. Brady Rembleski
Dr. Brady Rembleski graduated Magna Cum Laude from Harding University in Arkansas with a bachelor’s degree in Biology. He received his Doctorate of Optometry from Southern California College of Optometry in 2002, where he graduated as president of his class. Previous to being in private practice in Sacramento, he has practiced at the Fresno VA Hospital, the Indian Health Services Clinic in Nome, Alaska, the VA Outpatient Clinic in Los Angeles, and the Optometric Center of Fullerton. He is a member of the American Studies Institute Honor Society and Alpha Chi National College Honor Scholarship Society.
He was given the Julius F. Neumueller award in optics, presented by the American Academy of Optometry for his contact lens research. He is certified by Paragon to fit Corneal Refractive Therapy (CRT) lenses, and participated as an investigator for the FDA CRT clinical trials. Dr. Rembleski has been an investigator for multiple studies, most recently participating as a principal investigator for the FDA clinical trials of a new second-generation ocular pharmaceutical.
Dr. Rembleski grew up in the Sierra Nevada foothills. He and his wife moved back to Sacramento before having children. He used to have hobbies, but now has three kids who ransack the home regularly.
Dr. Erin Doxtader
Join us in welcoming our new doctor to the practice! Dr. Doxtader comes to us from Washington state where she has been involved in private family practice. She has experience in a variety of clinical settings located in California, Arizona and Idaho. She is very familiar with the central valley as she grew up in Lodi.
Dr. Doxtader completed her undergraduate studies at Cornell University, obtaining a bachelor of Science degree inn Human biology, Health and Society. She earned her doctorate from Midwestern University in Arizona, where she graduated as a member of Beta Sigma Kappa, the International Optometric Honors Society.
Dr. Doxtader was recruited to the practice because of her professional interest and training. She will be an asset to our patient base in the areas of specialty contact lenses and glaucoma diagnosis and treatment. She is a current member of the American Optometric Association and the Sacramento Valley Optometric Society.
Dr. Doxtader enjoys being active in her church, camping, reading, playing board games, and spending time with her husband and three young children.
Patients presenting with degenerative corneal conditions like keratoconus require customized care. Using our in-office laboratory, visual acuity and comfort can be optimized for the Keratoconic patient.
Are there any alternatives for correcting vision besides refractive surgery? What if we could non-surgically change corneal shape in a controlled manner while the patient sleeps, resulting in excellent visual acuity during waking hours without the use of glasses or daytime contact lenses? We can!
Thank you for your 15 years of fabulous service to my family and me! I love seeing all of you…Pam, Dr. R, Dr. L., Fred, etc. etc. (wonderful staff). You’re like family. Thanks again for your kindness!- Paty G.
I have 4 children and have been a patient of Dr. Rembleski for 7 years. I am extremely happy and completely trust Dr. Rembleski with the care of our family’s vision. Dr. Rembleski is interactive and patient making the kids …- Kristen S.
Several years ago, I was having great difficulty with my vision and subsequently met Dr. Buffington. I was diagnosed with astigmatism which has since progressed to Keratoconus. From my first visit and every visit since, Dr. Buffington’s commitment to excellence …- Jeff H.
My family and I have been with this office for over 25 years. My right eye has a growth which makes wearing contacts very challenging. Drs. Rembleski and Buffington were able to create custom lenses in the smallest diameter possible …- Vicki P.
I have worn glasses for years, but as my vision got worse in graduate school, I found I was no longer able to play active sports–like basketball, softball, or even running–without corrected vision. Before I came to this office I …- Rich M.
I’d been wearing contact lenses for twenty years when I started coming to River City Doctors of Optometry. I had always worn soft lenses, so I was a bit apprehensive when Dr. Rembleski advised a switch to rigid gas permeable …- Amy M.