We are currently monitoring the COVID-19 outbreak in our local community. In accordance with Federal CDC, Florida Department of Health, and local guidelines, we are currently requiring all patients to take the following precautions:
  1. All visitors to our office are asked to wear a mask or face and nose covering.
  2. All patients over age 18 should come unaccompanied, and all patients below age 18 should come with only one parent or guardian. No additional visitors will be permitted in our office.
Our office remains available for routine, urgent, and emergency eyecare at (850)-671-5558. On behalf of Dr. Brian Sherman and our staff, please stay safe. We will get through this together.
Dr. Brian G. Sherman, M.D.

Welcome to Our Practice

Dr. Brian Sherman has established his practice as the premier resource for information regarding pediatric ophthalmology, adult strabismus, and general ophthalmology in the Florida Panhandle and South Georgia region from his Tallahassee, Florida office since 1998. Dr. Sherman, is the only Board Certified Ophthalmologist with fellowship training in pediatric ophthalmology and adult strabismus in the region.

Dr. Sherman examining a patient.
Dr. Sherman examining a patient.

Our office is a unique center for the preservation and restoration of your most precious sense — your eyesight. We are committed to keeping informed of the latest developments and microsurgical techniques for patient care.

Our office was established to bring the most up to date eye care to children in the tri-state region, in a highly specialized and technologically advanced office setting. Our professional staff extends love and care with gracious attitude that expedites the healing process.

Our total focus is on providing the best eye care, while being available, responsive and sensitive to the needs of our patients. Our website will provide you with information about common conditions in pediatric ophthalmology, adult strabismus, and our practice.

However, this website does not replace the information gained from discussions with your physician. Specific conditions and treatment options should always be discussed with your physician.