Chad E. Huck, O.D.

meet Dr. Huck

An Indianapolis native, Chad E. Huck, O.D. has had a storied, 30-year career at The Eye Center of Southern Indiana where he currently serves as clinic director. Dr. Huck played quarterback for the Indiana University Hoosiers and then graduated from IU School of Optometry. He is board certified in medical optometry, which combined with Dr. Grossman's expertise in cataract surgery, allows him to coordinate post-operative care for patients via a network of doctors in the region. He is passionate about counseling patients through The Eye Center of Southern Indiana's highly technical menu of options for cataract surgery and other procedures. 

In his spare time, Dr. Huck enjoys woodworking and golf, as well as spending time with his family. He is married to another optometrist, Dr. Patricia Henderson, and they have two amazing children together: Andrew and Elizabeth.

Organizations and Experience

Dr. Huck is proud to be a member of the following organizations:

  • Clinic Director of The Eye Center of Southern Indiana
  • Adjunct faculty at Indiana University School of Optometry
  • Board certified in medical optometry

Specialties and Expertise

Dr. Huck is board certified in medical optometry, which focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of eye disease. He specializes in pre- and post-operative care, especially for cataract surgery patients of The Eye Center of Southern Indiana.

He is also an expert in collaborating and coordinating with patients' hometown eye doctors, ensuring that patients far and wide are both prepared for their surgery and recovering well once the surgery is completed. He manages clinical protocols, surgical planning, and employee development in order to ensure that every procedure achieves optimal results. Finally, Dr. Huck teaches as an adjunct faculty member at Indiana University School of Optometry where he is proud to contribute to a legacy of quality medical education.

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