Phoenix Eye Care

deceit to perform unnecessary procedures

My experience is that this place uses intimidation and deceit to perform unnecessary procedures despite a referring doctor’s direction or order. The idea that a driving visual field test would require eye dilation, or any chemical in the eyes, is extremely dangerous and unethical to me. Watch out for this place!

Is Phoenix Eye Care a scam?
Phoenix Eye Care is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is Phoenix Eye Care legit?
First Phoenix Eye Care is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by Phoenix Eye Care’s consumers?
There is/are 1 review(s) posted about Phoenix Eye Care and it indicates that the severity of the scam is High.
Where is Phoenix Eye Care located?
Phoenix Eye Care is located at 3805 E Bell Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85032, USA. You can contact Phoenix Eye Care by dialing (602) 549-2020 or visit their website before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Phoenix Eye Care’s customers?
According to the report(s), US $402 was the total loss incurred by Phoenix Eye Care’s customers.

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1 Review on Phoenix Eye Care

  1. Dr. Shannon Steinhauser and the team at Phoenix Eye Care are phenomenal.

    Dr. Shannon Steinhauser and the team at Phoenix Eye Care are phenomenal. Over a period of about 12 hours my husband became unexpectedly blinded and in pain. He initially saw Dr. Singh at Southwest Eye Surgeons (see negative review posted earlier for full details), who lacked all compassion and completely misdiagnosed him as simple misuse of contacts.

    Mind you, my husband has been wearing contacts for more then 25 years. In addition, Dr. Singh proscribed an improper medication due to the misdiagnosis and then failed to recognize my husband’s allergic reaction to the medication. As a result, my husband’s pain skyrocketed and his eyes were completely swollen shut.

    We just felt that Dr. Singh’s diagnosis was wrong and believed that my husband was allegoric to the medication; against Dr. Singh’s instructions we discontinued to the medication, cancelled our next appointment with Dr. Singh (we saw him two days in a row and was supposed to come in again on day three) and found Dr. Steinhauser.

    Her office staff listened to our concerns over my husband’s eye health, agreed it did not sound like contact misuse, agreed he may be having an allergic reaction and called Dr. Steinhauser on a Saturday morning, who agreed to meet us at her office in a few hours.

Reported Loss :402 $
Severity of Scam :High
Reported by : Anonymous
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