Atlanta Eye Care accommodates to each patient’s unique individual optical needs. We understand that there are no two patients or prescriptions that are the same. We are the Eye Care Professionals who understand and recognize the custom solutions that we can provide to our patients. When our patients are satisfied, we can say we are successful.
Sean Alexander, O.D.
Dr. Sean Alexander is originally from Roswell, Georgia. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Auburn University and his Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) School of Optometry. Dr. Alexander’s many years of experience includes work with primary care optometry, general corneal disease ophthalmology, and international eye missions.
He currently maintains his primary practice at Windward Eye Care in Alpharetta. Dr. Alexander is a member of the Georgia Optometric Association and has expertise in corneal disease, refractive surgery co-management, specialty contact lenses, and general optometry. Dr. Alexander lives in Alpharetta with his wife and two children.
Thomas Arey, O.D.
Dr. Thomas Arey is originally from Norcross, Georgia. He attended the University of Georgia for his undergraduate degree and received his Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Alabama (UAB) at the Birmingham School of Optometry. Dr. Arey served as an associate in the top group private practice in Phoenix, Arizona, for almost four years.
His expertise was primarily in disease of the eye, contact lens, and general optometry. He returned to Georgia in the spring of 2000. He served in an Athens Ophthalmology practice and is primarily in Alpharetta at Windward Eye Care. Dr. Arey lives is a resident of Alpharetta with his wife and two children.
James D. Lundy, O.D.
Dr. James D. Lundy graduated in 1979 from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry where he earned membership in the Beta Sigma Kappa Honor Society. In 1980, he established his private practice in downtown Alpharetta known as the Alpharetta Eye Clinic. In 2009, Dr. Lundy brought his practice to the Atlanta Eye Care Group where he is the senior doctor. He practices solely at the new Alpharetta Eye Clinic location on Old Milton Parkway. Throughout his career, Dr. Lundy has developed a reputation for compassion, listening and taking care of the needs of his patients, as well as having innovative equipment that is the latest in cutting-edge technology to ensure a more accurate diagnosis.
While working in his private practice, Dr. Lundy has served as a Staff Optometrist for Ciba Vision Care Research Clinic, Staff Optometrist for the Atlanta Service for the Blind, an FDA Clinical Investigator for Ciba Vision Care, and a Consulting Optometrist for the Ciba Advanced Technology Division. In addition, he has served on school advisory committees and has been a member of several local service organizations. He is a member of the Georgia Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. Dr. Lundy and his wife are long time residents of Alpharetta.
Beth Volingavage, O.D.
Dr. Beth Volingavage is originally from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. She attended King’s College, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology/Pre-Med. She was a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta, a pre-medical honor society. She graduated from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry where she received clinical studies honors in 2005. She also earned a degree in Visual Science. She has completed all her clinical externships in the Atlanta Metro area.
Her emphasis is on primary care optometry, ocular disease and contact lens. Dr.Volingavage lives in Cumming, GA with her husband and her hobbies include running, cycling and traveling.
Michael Walker, O.D.
Dr. Michael Walker is originally from Birmingham, Alabama. He obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama, and his Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Alabama Birmingham (UAB). He completed 13 months of residency training in ocular disease with the Barnet Dulaney Eye Center in Phoenix, Arizona. Following the residency, he worked 9 years at a large multi-specialty health care referral center before returning to the south. He is a member of the Georgia Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association. He is also currently on the medical advisory board for Sophie's Voice Foundation.
His emphasis is on ocular disease, pre and post op surgery, contact lenses and primary care. When not reading books, he enjoys family time, hiking, backpacking, basketball, and mission work. Dr. Walker lives in Smyrna with his wife Nancy, and his two children.