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Dr. Lawrence Spivack, a LASIK Eye Surgeon Expert Serving Denver, Colorado, Joins Elite Circle of Surgeons Listed at Trusted LASIK Surgeons
Date:2/18/2009

ten chosen by other eye surgeons, optometrists, opticians, employees of companies that specialize in refractive eye surgery instrumentation or their family members to perform their LASIK eye surgery or other refractive eye surgery procedure.

A certified ophthalmologist by the American Board of Ophthalmology, this highly qualified eye surgeon is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the International Society of Refractive Surgery, and the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery.     Locally, Dr. Spivack is a member of the Denver Medical Society and the Colorado Society of Eye Physicians and Surgeons.

Lawrence Spivack, M.D. has been honored by both industry professionals and by the media. VISX awarded him the Star Award multiple times for laser vision correction surgery. KCNC in Denver honored him with the "Best LASIK Doctor" award. Dr. Spivack was voted by 5280 Magazine as "Best LASIK Doctor" four years in a row.

Dr. Spivack's dedication to improving vision for others who do not always have the means to afford exceptional eye care is nowhere more evident than the free LASIK eye surgery program for Iraq and Afghanistan veterans of the armed forces, generously sponsored by the doctors and staff at Spivack Vision Center. Dr. Spivack also co-founded the Denver Rescue Mission Eye Clinic, providing eye care for the homeless. In addition, he is a staff member for the Stout Street Medical Center for the Homeless and a Board Member of the Colorado Cancer League and the Tragedy Assisted Program for Survivors.

"Dr. Spivack is among the most experienced refractive surgeons in Colorado," noted James J. Salz, M.D., Chief Executive Officer of Trusted LASIK Surgeons. "He was one of the first to report a series of cases of 'diffuse lamellar keratitis' at a major eye meeting, before this unusual complication of LASIK eye surgery was completely understood. Dr Spivack
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