Meet Hobbs Optometrist, Dr. Spencer Franz

Dr. Spencer Franz grew up in Idaho. He received his Bachelor’s degree in 2008 from Idaho State University and graduated with his Doctorate of Optometry degree from The Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Franz worked in Las Cruces, NM and Boise, ID. After diligently researching over 20 optometry offices for sale throughout the country, Dr. Franz quickly realized The Eye Site in Hobbs was superior to the rest. Dr. Franz and his family are excited to become part of the community and continue the legacy of excellent eye care provided by The Eye Site.

Dr. Franz has a special interest in diseases of the eye including diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, macular degeneration, keratoconus, conjunctivitis, retinal anomalies, cataracts, and pre-operative and post-operative eye care. Furthermore, he is highly trained in the diagnosis and management of systemic disease affecting the eyes including high blood pressure, diabetes, arthritis, and autoimmune diseases including rheumatoid arthritis, connective tissue disorders, and lupus. Dr. Franz gained priceless knowledge and experience by working with some of the leading doctors in the field during his Doctorate externships at several well know and highly regarded eye care clinics including the Illinois Eye Institute, Chicago Glaucoma Consultants, Sidney Hillman VA Eye Clinic, and the Chicago Cornea Consultants. Dr. Franz also has extensive training within the pediatric population and has worked with children during crucial developmental years to ensure their best vision and ocular health.

Dr. Franz is married with two children and enjoys outdoor activities, sports, traveling and spending time with family and friends.

Meet Dr. Zaccary Pincock

Dr. Zaccary Pincock is an honors graduate of Pacific University College of Optometry. He is a member of the American Optometric Association.

Throughout his schooling, Dr. Pincock worked at a clinic in Hillsboro, Oregon specializing in neuro optometric exams and testing. He is fluent in spanish and also worked as an interpreter and a teachers assistant in the Spanish for Optometry class teaching others to provide this service to spanish speaking individuals. He enjoyed leading a team of fellow students on a volunteer mission trip to perform eye exams on hundreds of natives in Costa Rica who had previously been unable to obtain proper eye care.

During his clinical rotations Dr. Pincock gained experiences in a wide variety of practice modes. At the Community Health Center in Nipomo, California he performed examinations on the underserved population of california focusing on primary care with an emphasis in ocular disease. He then worked at the Indian Health Services in Fort Hall, Idaho where he specialized in serving those with ocular diseases such as glaucoma and systemic illnesses like diabetes. Dr. Pincock completed an externship focused on pediatric vision therapy and sports vision where he specialized in treating children as young as 3 months old with large refractive errors and those with strabismus and amblyopia to realign their vision. He also helped patients born with Optic nerve hypoplasia, and fit them for specialty glasses to help be able to drive and work in the community, as well as patients suffering from post-concussive syndrome from traumatic brain injury. Finally, Dr. Pincock finished his clinical rotations at the Veteran’s Affairs hospital in Spokane, Washington where he diagnosed and treated eye conditions such as glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, cancer of the eye, and cataracts.

He grew up in a small farming town of Blackfoot, Idaho. Dr. Pincock and his wife have three energetic children; twin daughters and a son. In his free time, he enjoys playing the guitar, singing, football, movies, traveling and being outdoors. Dr. Pincock looks forward to serving you and your families.