A Few Minutes with Dr. Bradley Cobb, O.D.

Dr. Bradley Cobb is an interesting man, to say the least. For starters, he’s a second generation optometrist from Bartlesville, Oklahoma and an nJoy Vision referring physician.

He’s also a former Division 1 athlete, having attended the University of Kansas on a track scholarship, a national Paralympic cycling champion, and an Olympic cyclist in the 2000 and 2004 Paralympic Games. At the 2000 Paralympic Games in Sydney Australia, Dr. Cobb won a bronze medal in the Mixed Team Olympic Sprint Track event. Dr. Cobb followed up his medal in 2000 with an 8th place finish in Athens in 2004.

Recently, we sat down with Dr. Cobb and let the cameras roll. Check out the video to learn a little bit about his life and career, and why he loves referring to nJoy Vision.

One Response to A Few Minutes with Dr. Bradley Cobb, O.D.

  • Kathy Johnson says:

    Doctor Cobb,
    My husband is Tommy Johnson, he is your patient .
    DOB 10/21/51. We have an emergency situation here. Tommy is currently in the Oklahoma Heart Institute Hospital, and this morning at 5am his Left retina detached. The heart appears to be good but the doctors are searching for a facility to send him that specializes in detached retina but no one is available in Tulsa on the weekends.
    The doctors have prioritized this as an emergency.
    Please call my cell number (918) 576-9919.
    Or call the Oklahoma Heart Hospital at (918) 574-9450. His Doctor is AL Kahoury. Please call the 4th floor number which I just gave you to contact him.
    He is desperately trying to get and eye doctor to call him back.
    Thank you,
    Kathy Johnson

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