With five area locations, Malbar Vision offers full-scope optometry services. The locations are evenly spread throughout the metro area. Each is in an easy-to-access shopping center featuring plenty of convenient parking.

Dr. Neal Malashock practices at 78th and Cass streets, while Dr. Larry Malashock sees patients at 132nd Street and West Center Road. Four other associate doctors round out the practice: Dr. Stephen Felt at the 101st and Maple Streets location, Dr. Don Krysl at the 84th Street and Giles Road location and Dr. John Scodoris and Dr. Kirk Maynard at Malbar Vision’s newest location at 160th and Maple Streets.

The company has served Omaha since 1950, said Dan Hallgren, director of operations.

“It’s family owned and operated,” Dan said. “Our doctors have a total of better than 125 years of experience.”

Malbar has long been known for healthy vision and proper eye care. The staff takes special pains to help customers maintain optimal eye health.

The Malbar team addresses a wide range of vision issues. These include headaches, eyestrain, double vision and reading difficulties. Malbar also helps with computer vision syndrome, dry eye problems and “floaters.“

In addition, Malbar provides vision analysis; the treatment and management of eye diseases; complete eye exams, acute eye condition and trauma, and fits of hard-to-fit contact lenses.

Malbar’s longtime motto is, “The difference is clear. The difference is care.” It’s a motto that still applies, Dan said, to everything they do. 

Malbar Vision

Five Omaha Locations


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