Thomas R. Czyz, OD
-Graduate of Arizona State University, Bachelor of Science 1992
-Doctorate at the Southern CA College of Optometry 2001
-Young Optometrist of the Year in Arizona 2007
-Board Member of the Arizona Optometric Association since 2006
-State of Arizona Representative for Optometry to Medicare since 2001
-National Vice-President of the American Optometric Student Association
Publisher and copy editor of "Don't Count Me Out" A Different Perception of Fear (1995), a book written by his mother, Joann Czyz, who embraced her battle with breast cancer, telling her story of survival and courage using humor and laughter as a mechanism for healing. Notable readers include, former President Bill Clinton, former First Lady & current Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton, Colin Powell and Dr. Ruth Westheimer.
Amy M. Czyz, OD
Dr. Amy Czyz is a graduate of the Ohio State University College of Optometry in 2000, after receiving early admittance for academic achievement. She completed her clinical training at Chilocothe Veterans Administration Hospital and the Ohio State Optometric Clinic.
Upon graduation, she worked for Cigna Healthcare in Sun City taking care of a very large elderly population in Sun City. She then went on to private practice with her husband, Tom, owning and operating three eye care practices in the Phoenix metro area.
Dr. Czyz is a contributing member of the Arizona Optometric Association and American
David P. Shibata, OD
Dave started his professional career as a trainer engineer. Then in 1997, he decided to embark on a second career turning to Optometry School. He is a graduate of the Class of 2001 from the Southern California College of Optometry. Both he and "Dr. Tom" were classmates who ultimately got back together in 2003 to start All About Eyes.
Dr. Dave lives locally in Anthem with his wife, Kim, and their four daughters.
Diane Spirich, Optical Manager
Sandy Ojeda, Assistant Manager/Optician
Sandy moved here from an Optometry Practice in California three years ago and she has been with us ever since.