1051 W Burbank Blvd

Burbank, CA 91506 United States

(818) 841-7055

Van Nuys

6100 Sepulveda Blvd

Van Nuys, CA 91411 2503 United States

(818) 373-0212

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Welcome to Dr. Michael Khoury & Associates

Dr. Michael Khoury & Associates in Van Nuys and Burbank serves the Los Angeles area with the finest optometry care. No matter which eye doctor you work with, Dr. Khoury and our optometry team are dedicated to maintaining your eye health for years to come.

Optometry Clinic Overview

Dr. Michael Khoury & Associates offers your choice of an eye doctor, including Dr. Khoury, Dr. Ted Nishimura, Dr. Nancy Park, Dr. Ani Grigoryan, Dr. Ghazaleh Matian, and Dr. Marta Avetisyan. Our optometrists all provide world-class eye exams, diagnostics, and treatment plans. Our innovative vision technology and eye care are available for the whole family, whether in English, Arabic, Hebrew, Spanish, Armenian, or Russian.

Optometry Services

High-quality optometry care begins with a sound treatment plan and superior services. From there, you can rest assured that your personalized eye care is on track. These are some of the services we provide:

Optometry Exams, Assessment, and Analysis

We offer yearly, bi-yearly, and same day eye exams. All our eye exams are comprehensive, which allows our optometrist to accurately diagnose any eye health or vision problems as soon as possible to prevent vision loss.

Vision Testing

Along with our comprehensive eye exams, we provide vision testing to analyze eye response. These tests are vital to determine distance vision or reading issues.

Eye Function Testing

This testing focuses on depth perception, eye muscle health, color vision, peripheral vision, and light responsiveness to determine if the eyes are working together properly.

LASIK Evaluations and Referrals

We offer LASIK evaluations and referrals to qualified candidates as an alternative to contact lenses or glasses. With this service, we also provide pre- and post-operative care.

Glasses and Contact Lenses

We will help you select a pair of eyeglasses that suit your daily and aesthetic needs. Our glasses and contact lenses come in a variety of strengths, shapes, sizes, and designs. We offer rigid gas-permeable (RGP), extended-wear, extended-wear disposable, daily-wear soft, hard-to-fit, and planned-replacement contact lenses for your convenience. Our optometrist will answer any questions you may have and make sure you get lenses that fit your lifestyle and budget.

Eye Conditions We Treat

Both of our locations in Van Nuys and Burbank specialize in all types of eye injuries and diseases, including:

  • Computer vision syndrome
  • Glaucoma
  • Cataracts
  • Macular degeneration
  • Stys
  • Diabetic retinopathy
  • Allergic reactions
  • Astigmatism
  • Double vision
  • Hyperopia
  • Myopia

Contact us for Optometry Services in Van Nuys and Burbank

Call us or use our online contact form today. Our Los Angeles clinics at Van Nuys and Burbank are waiting to serve your optometry needs.

Dr. Michael Khoury & Associates

6100 Sepulveda Blvd

Van Nuys, CA 91411

(818) 373-0212


1051 W Burbank Blvd

Burbank, CA 91506

(818) 841-7055

Meet The Doctors

  • Michael Khoury O.D. MBA
    Dr. Michael Khoury is a theraputic optometrist. He recieved his BSC Degree in Biological Sciences, and his MBA degree from Cal-Poly University Pomona. He also recieved his Bachelors Degree in Visual Sciences, as well as his doctorate in Optometry from Illinois College of Optometry. He has been practicing in the Van Nuys location for 14 years and 10 years in Burbank. Dr. Khoury speaks English, Arabic, Hebrew, and clinical Spanish.
  • Ted Nishimura O.D.

    Dr. Ted Nishimura has been practicing with Dr. Khoury for over 20 years.  A Los Angeles native, Dr. Nishimura is a graduate of USC.  He also received his Bachelor of Vision Science and Doctorate of Optometry degrees at the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago.
    Dr. Nishimura loves sports & spending time with his wife, Eva, and his son, Trent.  He is an active leader in his son's Boy Scout troop and loves his time outdoors.  He also cherishes his time with each of his patients!

  • Nancy Park O.D.

    Dr. Nancy Park received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychobiology at UCLA and her Doctor of Optometry and Masters in Vision Science at SUNY State College of Optometry in 2002. She enjoys working with patients of all ages to care for their vision and ocular health needs. When not in the office, Dr. Park enjoys traveling, playing tennis and skiing with her husband and two boys.

  • Marta Avetisyan

    Dr. Marta Avetisyan earned her bachelor’s degree in Philosophy at UCLA and completed her optometric education at Marshall B. Ketchum University/ Southern California College of Optometry in 2018. Dr. Avetisyan completed her clinical externships at VA West LA, Ketchum Health, University Eye Center LA, and Retina Macula Institute. She has worked as an Optometrist in LA County in several modalities of practice and is fluent in Armenian, speaks limited Russian and is comfortable conducting an eye exam in Spanish. 

  • Ani Grigoryan O.D.

    Dr. Grigoryan received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology with a minor in Psychology from the University of California, San Diego and earned her Doctorate in Optometry with honors from Southern California College of Optometry in 2017. She completed her clinical training in VA Greater Los Angeles Ambulatory Center, West Los Angeles VA Medical Center, University Eye Care Center of Los Angeles, and Ketchum Health. She is licensed in the use of diagnostic and therapeutic pharmaceutical agents to treat and manage glaucoma and various ocular diseases.  

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