Arthur W. Giebel, MD
Board certified in Ophthalmology and Lifestyle Medicine, specializing in cataract surgery and cornea care.
Dr. Giebel graduated from Loma Linda University School of Medicine in 1991 and has over 20 years of surgery experience.
Dr. Giebel grew up traveling the world with his parents who were both doctors. At a young age he developed a passion for medicine, serving others, traveling, and education.
As a professional, Dr. Giebel has traveled and provided eye care to many developing countries in Africa, Central and South America, Eastern Europe, Asia, and in the South Pacific.
Dr. Giebel has taught at University California Irvine and Loma Linda VA Medical Center. He also aided in the development of the latest technique for corneal transplants.
Dr. Giebel lives with his wife, Lisa, on a farm in Walla Walla. They are both passionate about healthy lifestyle, and promote a whole-food, plant-based diet as the best form of preventive medicine.
In his spare time, he loves to get outdoors, hike, scuba dive, travel, and spend time with his family.
Known for his genuine compassion, strong christian character, and outstanding surgical expertise – Dr. Giebel is a doctor you can trust.
Medical Degree: Loma Linda University, Ophthalmology
Residency: Loma Linda University Medical Center
Cornea and Refractive Surgery Fellowship: University California Irvine
Board Certified: American Board of Ophthalmology
Board Certified: American Board of Lifestyle Medicine
Academic Teaching: University California Irvine, Loma Linda University VA Medical Center
LASIK and Refractive Center: TLC
Cataract and Laser Surgery Center: PCLI
International Medical Experience: Central and South America, South Pacific, Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe
International Society of Refractive Surgery
American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery
Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology
American Academy of Ophthalmology (Fellow)
American Medical Association
Physician’s Committee for Responsible Medicine
American College of Lifestyle Medicine