Dr. Stancey and Staff
As the first Ophthalmologist in Lakeway, Dr. Corina Stancey strives to bring a modern comprehensive Ophthalmology practice to Lakeway and the surrounding areas. At Lakeway Eye Physicians and Surgeons, we focus on providing the highest level of individualized patient care that fosters not only ocular health but also encourages the overall health of the patient. We strive to employ the newest tested technology and surgical techniques to help preserve vision.
We pride ourselves on the personalized care and attention we provide our patients. This website is designed to provide you with information on various eye diseases as well as information on our practice. To learn more, call us! We look forward to taking care of you!
Corina A. Stancey, M.D.
Dr. Stancey graduated cum laude from Bucknell University and with honors from the Medical College of Ohio. She went on to complete her Ophthalmology residency at Boston University, where she served as chief resident. Dr. Stancey also completed fellowship training in Oculoplastics at the University of Montreal. She practiced in Massachusetts for several years before moving to Austin to be closer to her family.
Dr. Stancey is certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology and is an active member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, Texas Medical Association, Travis County Medical Association, Texas Ophthalmological Association and the Austin Ophthalmological Association. Outside of her active medical career, Dr. Stancey enjoys traveling, snowboarding, wake boarding, and riding horses. Dr. Stancey, having a huge heart full of compassion, supports local animal rescues. She currently houses 4 dogs, Bojangles, Jackson, Max, and Sasha as well as a rescue horses named Two Socks and Maverick and 2 additional horses, Slade and Tacate. She added 2 barn cats after the big move this year to her Dripping Springs property, they are named Emma and Lilly. Dr. Stancey’s newest rescue, Gracie, appears to be a blue healer, we think she is about a year old. She is very sweet and is settling in nicely with our crew.
We memorialize Tanga and Dixon, Dr. Stancey’s precious chocolate labs who accompanied her through med school and were part of our office life for many many years. Dr. Stancey tragically and unexpectedly lost the most amazing rescue horse ever-Pegasus, last year. We will forever remember his beauty, the incredible relationship that he had with Dr. Stancey, and the way that her love transformed him from a frail and pitiful rescue to the majestic beauty that we came to know. We add Bojangles, her nearly 200lb. Mastiff who lived a very long and wonderful life, to the list of beloved pets who have graced the Lakeway Eye path…he was with us until November of 2017…
Lindsay T. Davis, M.D.
Dr. Lindsay Davis grew up in the Westlake area of Austin. After much traveling and training for ophthalmology, Dr. Davis realized Austin is her home and decided to return home, to practice medicine.
Dr. Davis completed her undergraduate and premedical studies at Emory University in Atlanta and her ophthalmology residency at University of Texas Health Sciences Center in San Antonio. She did a rigorous glaucoma fellowship program at University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill and has spent the last two years in Dallas/Ft. Worth where she has specialized in the care and treatment of glaucoma patients. She is a skilled cataract and glaucoma surgeon.
October, 2017. It is with heavy heart that we bid farewell to Zoey the beagle. Dr. Davis’ faithful companion through Medical School and beyond, Zoey was a bright and shining star in our Lakeway office. We are so glad that she was able to spend the better part of this year with us as part of our LEPS family. We will keep you in our hearts sweet Zoey.
Susan Elizondo, O.D.
Dr. Elizondo graduated from SUNY Optometry in mid-town Manhattan in 2010, but is originally Texas born and bred. A lover of adventure and travel, she has lived in Rochester, NYC, Boston, China, and Ecuador to name a few places. Dr. Elizondo decided to attend optometry school after receiving a Masters from the University of Rochester. She wanted to pursue a career that was more interactive and where scientific concepts could be applied in a direct, practical manner. She also loves to cook, travel, swing dance, and read. Often times if she’s not seeing a patient, you will catch her with her head in a book oblivious to the world.
Amy HarlanOptician, Practice Administrator
Amy has been in the optical industry for more than 29 years. Her experience as an Optician ranges from small private practice to multi-store, superstore, and field management. She has enjoyed overseeing both retail and manufacturing operations and brings with her a vast array of optical expertise. As the daughter of an Air Force Colonel, she traveled quite a bit growing up and attended Virginia Commonwealth University for Commercial Art and Graphic Design. She eventually made her home in Philadelphia and found her way to Austin 17 years ago. When not working, Amy loves to spend time with friends and family, and is a fan of a good book and a glass of wine. Her two sons, ages 21, attending UNT and 9, in elementary school, keep her very busy and endlessly entertained. Many of you know Eli, our famed office rescue pup for whom we failed at fostering. Well, Eli has run off to college with Amy’s eldest son and so now you will most often find Sadie, Amy’s other Rottie rescue, here at the office on any given day. She also has a big orange rescue cat named Walter.
Keep a look out for Sadie on her daily commute. You might just spot her sporting her Doggles. We are all about protecting those corneas!
Tracey CribbFront Office Manager
Tracey was born and raised in southern California and has worked alongside other Ophthalmologists for over 20 years. She and her husband moved to Lakeway in 2006 with their dogs, Edythe and Maggie and cat, Bella to be closer to their daughter and her husband’s family. When she is not running our front office, she spends her time doing home improvement projects, decorating, reading ravenously and walking her dogs in Lakeway’s beautiful parks. Below are her little dogs, her two cats as well her grand-dogs who spend plenty of time at her house and keep she and her husband very busy.
Michelle Newby, C.O.ASurgical Coordinator/Ophthalmic Supervisor
Michelle comes to us from Southern California. She has over 10 years experience in the medical field and is currently majoring in Health Sciences at South University. Michelle enjoys playing the bass, singing, film, yoga and a good old fashion hang-out with friends, family, her dogs Chewbacca, Rosie, Loki, and cat Han Solo.
Linda SalinasBilling Specialist
Linda has over 30 years working as a medical biller and accounts representative. When she is not here with us at the office, she enjoys fishing and boating with friends and family. Often you will find her little dog Chicco atop her desk keeping an eye on things.
Marisa PolviriyakijOphthalmic Technician
Marisa has been with Lakeway Eye since 2011. She went to school at Texas State where she studied Public Relations. She has been in the Optical industry since 2003 and has a vast amount of experience that we are happy to have her share with us. She has a precious little girl with whom she spends the majority of her time. She and her husband live in Cedar Park and keep very busy with travel and friends.
Abby PhillipsOphthalmic Technician
Abby is born and raised in Texas. She loves to be outdoors with her kids in hand. Abby also loves making jewelry and relaxing with a good movie. Having a little over a year under her belt in ophthalmology, she is always sure to stay on her toes with an open ear to learning more about this field.
Kaitlyn MorrisonOphthalmic Technician
Kaitlyn joins us from Bend, Oregon. She has a passion for animals, music, and all things genuine. Kaitlyn comes to us from the primary care are of the medical field where she served as medical assistant for family practice. Her sharp attention to detail and vast experience with patient care have translated nicely into the field of Ophthalmology. She originally came to Austin to be closer to family and as with a good number of we folks who now call Austin home-it stuck & she decided to stay. Lucky for us. Although Kaitlyn currently has no pets of her own, she often finds herself babysitting the pets of friends and seems to have a natural way with the office pups, as you can see from the photo posted here.