Dr. Bock practices comprehensive ophthalmology with a pediatric specialty. From a young age, he knew he wanted to be a doctor. That certainty was partly due to the fact that he was born with two different colored eyes. From his earliest years, he sought an explanation for this anomaly. No one could point him to an answer. This piqued his interest in science and medicine. His curiosity and drive for understanding paid off when he learned in the course of his regular medical studies, that he had a rare genetic condition that caused different pigmentation in his eyes.
Dr. Bock, like so many of the EHNW doctors, believes in giving back to his community and the less fortunate. In 2007, he and his wife traveled to Peru with Dr. Chalmers on a medical mission for pediatric and adult strabismus disorders. Dr. Bock also volunteers monthly in his children’s classes.