Dr. Rachel Carver

Dr. Carver is a native of New Brighton, PA and graduated from New Brighton High School in 2003. She received a Bachelor of Science degree in Life Science from Penn State University in 2008 and then continued her education at Chatham University where she received a Master of Science degree in 2009. Dr. Carver attended the Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University and graduated in 2013 with a Doctor of Optometry degree. Following graduation, she completed a residency at the Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Northport, NY specializing in primary eye care, vision therapy, and low vision rehabilitation.

Dr. Carver practices full-scope optometry for all ages including comprehensive eye exams, specialty contact lens fittings, and ocular disease management. She has experience in low vision rehabilitation, pediatric optometry, including functional vision examinations and vision therapy, and treats patients with traumatic brain injury. In addition, she has a special interest in sports and performance vision which consists of specialized vision training to enhance visual function and help athletes gain a competitive edge.

As a member of the American Optometric Association, the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, and the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association, Dr. Carver is actively involved in the optometric community.

Dr. Carver resides in New Brighton with her husband, Chris and their daughter, Blake. In her spare time, Dr. Carver enjoys spending time with family and friends, staying active outdoors, playing volleyball, and traveling with her family.

Dr. Danielle Bianco

Dr. Danielle M. Bianco completed her Doctor of Optometry degree in 2003 at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in Philadelphia, PA.  She received her fellowship award in 2018 from the College of Syntonic Optometry in Syntonics, a branch of ocular science that deals with the application of selected light frequencies through the eyes to treat patients who have inefficient visual function.

Dr. Bianco practices full-scope optometry for all ages but specializes in the areas of developmental optometry, vision therapy, syntonic light therapy, and neuro-optometric rehabilitation for patients with traumatic brain injuries. She is a member of both the College of Syntonic Optometry and the Neuro-optometric Rehabilitation Association.

Dr. Bianco currently lives in Beaver County with her husband and 3 children. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, reading inspirational books, and being outside with her kids.