When we opened our doors in 1947, we could not imagine that our small office would continue to thrive and serve our community for generation after generation. We still take the same personal approach as we always have, delivering the highest quality of care in a warm and friendly environment. We hope to continue providing great care to you and your family for many generations to come.
We pair modern technology with our experienced Doctors to diagnose eye disorders and carefully explain your treatment options.
We design custom contact lenses for those that can not be helped with traditional lenses, including patients with Keratoconus and Post-Surgical corneal complications.Our Low Vision Rehabilitation services are one of the few resources in the Bay Area that fully serves those with reduced vision from conditions such as Macular Degeneration. We coordinate and co-manage eye surgeries including those for Lasik, Cataract, and Glaucoma; ensuring that you have a team member to explain and monitor your post-surgical progress and outcomes.
Dr. Larry Sarver has had a wonderful, accomplished career serving as an educator and researcher in the field of Optometry since graduating from UC Berkeley School of Optometry. He has taught as an Assistant Clinical Professor at UC Berkeley in addition to serving as a co-managing member of the Laser Eye Center at Stanford University. In the office, Dr. Larry Sarver enjoys the challenge of satisfying the visual demands of contact lens patients. He brings a wonderful sense of humor to the patients of Rockridge Optometry. Dr. Sarver is a huge fan off Cal sports and the San Francisco Giants.
Dr. Sakai graduated as the Feinbloom Award recipient from UC Berkeley School of Optometry and went on to complete her Residency at the Palo Alto Veterans Administration Hospital, gaining post-graduate training in the field of Rehabilitative Low Vision Optometry. Dr. Sakai has held teaching positions as Assistant Clinical Professor at UC Berkeley School of Optometry and Lecturer at San Francisco State University. Dr. Sakai has also served as the Chief Clinician for California's School for the Blind in Fremont, traveling throughout the State of California as a rehabilitative/low vision Optometrist helping visually impaired school children. As a participating Doctor for California's InfantSee program, Dr. Sakai brings the benefits of this pediatric infant vision program to Rockridge Optometry. Her training has also allowed Rockridge Optometry to be one of the few centers to fully service the Low Vision needs of patients with Macular Degeneration and other sight-limiting conditions.
Dr. Junge graduated with honors from the UC Berkeley School of Optometry where she also completed her residency training in Low Vision and Ocular Disease and received a PhD in Vision Science. Dr. Junge serves as an Assistant Clinical Professor at UC Berkeley and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, and a member of the American Optometric Association and the California Optometric Association. She also serves as a board member for the Alameda and Contra Costa Counties Optometric Society. Outside of the office Dr. Junge enjoys traveling, hiking, and fishing with her husband, watching Jeopardy, and cheering on her California Golden Bears.
Miles Sabatini is originally from Michigan but lived in Southern California for many years before
coming to the Bay. He completed his undergraduate degree in Biology at California State
University, Northridge then moved to the East Bay to attain his Doctorate of Optometry at the
UC Berkeley School of Optometry - a proud member of the class of 2020.
Dr. Sabatini is experienced in providing excellent care for patients with a broad spectrum of eye
conditions and diseases. Notable clinical experience with Kaiser Optometry, Marin Community
Clinics and various private practice optometry and ophthalmology offices throughout the Bay
Area. He enjoys fitting specialty and everyday contact lenses, designing myopia control
strategies, dry eye management, glaucoma management, and co-managing care for pre and
post-operative refractive surgery and cataract surgery. He is driven to provide comprehensive
eye care at a high level with a personalized approach to each individual patient.
In his free time, Dr. Sabatini enjoys hiking, exploring art museums and restaurants around the
Bay with his significant other, reading books, playing games with friends, and spending time with
his two rescue cats: Mingus and Django.