CURRICULUM VITAE

William I. Bond, M.D., F.A.C.S.

Education

Undergraduate:
1973 – University of Illinois
Champaign/Urbana Bachelor of Science Degree
Summa Cum Laude
Medical School:
1974-1978 – University of Illinois
Peoria School of Medicine

Residency:
1978-1981 – Louisiana State University
New Orleans, Louisiana
Certification:
1983 – The American Board of Ophthalmology
1996 – Fellow American College of Surgeons

Practice Information

Medical Director
1981-present
Bond Eye Associates
725 S. 14th Street, Pekin, Illinois 61554

Medical Director
1996-present
Illinois Valley Eye Laser Institute
6800 W. Knoxville, Ave., Peoria, Illinois 61614

Professional Societies

  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • American Medical Association
  • Illinois State Medical Society
  • Tazewell County Medical Society
  • American Society for Cataract and Refractive Surgeons
  • International Society of Refractive Surgeons

Professional Associations

Editorial Board – EyeWorld, 1999 – 2004
Editorial Board – Review of Ophthalmology, 2001 – present
Editorial Board – Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today, 2002 – present
Scientific Advisory Board – Hawaiian Eye Foundation, 2009 – present

Publications

“Breaks In Descemet’s Membrane”
Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 1981.

“Intraocular North American Blastomycosis”
Annals of Ophthalmology, 1982.

“Hyperopic ALK Results” (Awarded ‘Best Paper of Session’)
American Society for Cataract and Refractive Surgery,
Boston, Massachusetts, 1994.

“Immediate Transepithelial Photorefractive Keratectomy for Treatment
of Laser in situ Keratomileusis Flap Complications”.
Vivek K. Jain, Thomas G. Abell, William I. Bond, Garth Stevens,
Jr. Journal of Refractive Surgery , Volume 18, Number 2, March/April 2002

“The Demise of Conventional LASIK? Will customized LASIK procedures
replace standard treatments?”
William I. Bond, Jack T. Holladay, Steven Dell, James Schumer, Sam Omar.
Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today, February 2003.

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“Treating Abnormal LASIK Flaps”
William I. Bond, MD
Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today, October, 2003

“Hyperopic LASIK Results Impressive at 6-Month Follow-up”
Cheryl Guttman, reviewed by William I. Bond, MD
Ophthalmology Times, November, 2003

“Surgery for Hyperopia: Historical Perspectives”
Brad Fundingsland, BA; William I Bond, MD, FACS;
and Neal A. Sher, MD, FACS.
Surgery for Hyperopia, Chapter 3, pp 23-40
Slack Incorporated, Thorofare, NJ. 2003.

“Allegretto Laser Works Well for Both Hyperopia and Myopia Correction,
Says FDA Trial Data”,
Barbara Boughton reported on a presentation by William I. Bond, MD, FACS,
Guy Kezirian, MD, and Karl Stonecipher, MD.
ESCRS EUROTIMES; Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2003.

“Allegretto Wave Excimer Laser”, Refractive Surgeons from the US and
International Markets Discuss the Transition from Customized-Wavefront
to Optimized-Wavefront Ablation.
Supplement to Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today, May 2004.

“The 193-nm Wavelength and Beyond”
William I. Bond, MD, FACS; Stephen Coleman, MD;
Sheraz Daya, MD, FACP, FACS, FRCS (Ed), W. Bruce Jackson, MD, FRCSC;
George Mintsiuolis, MD, FRCSC; Guy M. Kezirian, MD, FACS;
Robert Maloney, MD; Louis E. Probst, MD; and John A Vukich, MD.
Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today, September 2005, Volume 5, No.9.

“Sizing and Centering the Capsulorhexis”
William Bond, MD; Brock Bakewell, MD; Amar Agarwal, MS, FRCS, FRCOopth;
and David Spalton, FRCS, FRCP, FRCO opth.
Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today, April 2007.

“Topical Bromfenac 0.09% vs Ketorolac 0.4% for the Control of Pain, Photophobia, and Discomfort Following PRK” Neal A. Sher, MD, FACS; Mikhail P. Golben, BS; William Bond, MD; William B Trattler, MD; Shachar Tauber, MD; Terry G. Voirin, DO. Journal of Refractive Surgery, February 2009, Volume 25, pp 214-220.

“The First Postoperative Visit After Cataract Surgery” William I. Bond, MD; David F. Chang, MD; Uday Devgan, MD; Jay S. Pepose, MD, PHD; Stephen A. Updegraff, MD; J. Trevor Woodhams, MD. Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today, August 2009

“Distance Correction After ALK” Jay Bansal, MD; William I. Bond, MD; Jay S. Pepose, MD, PHD. Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today, November 2009

“Defining the Boundary Between Phakic IOLs and LASIK” Jay Bansal, MD; William I. Bond, MD; Parag A. Majmudar, MD; and Nancy A. Tanchel, MD. Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today, June 2010, Volume 10, No. 6. pp. 19-20.

“A Retrospective Review of Photorefractive Keratectomy to Enhance Earlier Radial Keratotomy” Neal A Sher, MD, FACS, Mikhail P. Golben, BS, William Bond, MD, and William B. Trattler, MD.International Ophthalmology Clinics, Spring 2011, Volume 51, No 2, p. 39.

“Improving Patients’ Care and Outcomes in 2012” William I. Bond, MD; Nancy A. Tanchel, MD; John A. Vulkich, MD; and Jeffrey C. Whitsett, MD. Cataract & Refractive Surgery Today, January 2012, Volume 12, No. 1, p. 16-17.

“Does the use of femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery benefit ophthalmologists?” Johnny L. Gayton, MD (Point); William I. Bond, MD (Counter), Ocular Surgery News, April 25, 2012, Volume 30, No 8, p. 11.

Presentations

“Introduction to Phacoemulsification and Small Incision Cataract Surgery”
Instructor
San Diego, California – April, 1992

“Transitional and Intermediate Phacoemulsification”
Chief Instructor
St. Louis, Missouri – June, 1992

“RK in Myopic Prescriptions”
“Introducing RK to General Practice”
Dallas, Texas – 1993

The Refractive Surgical Symposium
Instructor
California – 1994

“Refractive Surgery For The Ophthalmologist”
Instructor
New Orleans, Louisiana – 1994

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“The Comprehensive Refractive Surgeon”,
Keratorefractive Surgical Skills Transfer”
Instructor
Chicago, Illinois – 1995

“Automated Lamellar Keratoplasty”, Skills Transfer Course
Instructor
San Francisco, California – 1995

“Moderated Hexagonal Keratotomy Results”-Physician’s Symposium
San Diego, California – March, 1995

“Refractive Surgical Technology – Where Are We Now?”
Peoria, Illinois – November, 1995

“LASIK In Keratoconus”
Chicago, Illinois – 1996

“Acular/Voltaren Ophthalmic Drop For Relief of Post-Refractive Surgery
Symptoms”
(ASCRS) Seattle, Washington – 1996

Radial and Astigamtic Keratotomy Workshop
Instructor
Minneapolis, Minnesota – 1996

“PRK Co-Managing Certification”
Peoria, Illinois – May, 1996

Physician’s Symposium on Cataract, IOL, and Refractive Surgery
Instructor
(ASCRS) Seattle, Washington – June, 1996

“Ophthalmic Surgeons On Phacoemulsification Techniques”
Instructor
(ASCRS) Seattle, Washington – June 1996

“Advanced Phacoemulsification Surgical Techniques”
Head Instructor
(ASOA) St. Louis, Missouri – August, 1996

“The Reality of LASIK”
Peoria, Illinois – November, 1996

“One Day Post-op Visual Acuities After LASIK”
(ISRS) Orlando, Florida – 1997

“Which Patient Should Be Done Bilaterally?”
(ISRS) Orlando, Florida – 1997

“LASIK Case Studies – Common Management Pearls”
Peoria, Illinois – June, 1997

“Contemporary Studies In Refractive Surgery”
Peoria, Illinois – November, 1997

“Multifocal Array Lens Implants”
Head Instructor
Milwaukee and Madison, Wisconsin; Boston, Massachusetts;
Chicago, Illinois; San Diego, California. 1998

“Trends in Refractive Surgery”
Chicago, Illinois – May, 1998

“Advances In Intraocular Lens Technology”
Peoria, Illinois – May, 1998

“Harmless Appearing Presentations: Vision Threatening Problems”
Peoria, Illinois – November, 1998

“Penetrating Trauma After LASIK”
New Orlean, Louisiana – November, 1998

“Refractive Surgery Advances”- Session Moderator
(ASCRS) Seattle, Washington April, 1999

“Possible New Contraindications for Use of the Array Lens”
Seattle, Washington – April, 1999

“Hyperopic LASIK With Hatsis-Jackson Technique”
Instructor, Summit Technology LASIK course
Seattle, Washington – April, 1999

“Modern Refractive Surgery”
Peoria,Illinois – May, 1999

“Hyperopic LASIK with the Trephined Contact Lens Technique”
Instructor,Summit Technology LASIK course
Miami,Florida-July, 1999

“PRK vs. LASIK: Is ThereRoom for Both?”
Illinois Optometric Association
Itasca, Illinois-October, 1999

“Trends in Refractive Surgery”
“CRS Study Results”
“Hyperopic LASIK”
Distinguished Invited Lecturer
Yale University
New Haven, Connecticut – October, 1999

“Glaucoma: Diagnosis and Therapies”
Continuing Education Program for Optometry
Peoria, Illinois – November, 1999

“Refractive Surgery: Keeping the Pace with Technology”
Continuing EducationProgram for Optometry
Peoria, Illinois – June, 2000

“Initial Cases of Beginning LASIK Surgeons on the Nidek Keratome”
(ISRS) Dallas, Texas – October, 2000

“Nidek Keratome Results”
Invited Faculty
The LASIK Institute
Chicago, Illinois – September, 2000

“Antibiotics in External Eye Infection”
Continuing Education Program for Optometry
Peoria, Illinois – April, 2001

“Experience With the Wavelight Allegretto Laser”
Invited Faculty
The LASIK Institute
Chicago, Illinois – August, 2001

“Recognizing and Diagnosing Complications:
What to do upon complaint of loss of vision”
Invited Faculty
The LASIK Institute
Chicago, Illinois – August, 2001

“Corneal Topographic Irregularities”
Invited Faculty
The LASIK Institute
Chicago, Illinois – August, 2001

“Experience With the Wavelight Allegretto”
Continuing Education Program for Optometry
Peoria, Illinois – November, 2001

“Taking a Look at Headaches: Differential Diagnosis and Treatment”
Continuing Education Program for Optometry
Peoria, Illinois – April, 2002

“Do You See What I See?”
Optometric Grand Rounds/Posterior Segment
Continuing Education for Optometry
Peoria, Illinois – April, 2002

“Wavelight Allegretto FDA Trials – Interim Report”
ASCRS Speakers’ Corner
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – June, 2002

“Nidek MC-2000”
Invited Speaker, International Society of Refractive Surgery (ISRS)
Orlando, Florida – October, 2002

“Experience With Wavelight Allegretto Update”
“Comparison of VISX and Wavelight Allegretto Results”
(ISRS) Orlando, Florida November, 2002

Allegretto Wave – Standard and Custom LASIK Techniques
Hawaiian Eye Ophthalmology Meeting
Course Instructor
Maui, Hawaii – January, 2003

“Wavelight Allegretto Excimer Laser System –
Final Hyperopia Results”
“Quality of Vision with Wavefront-Optimized LASIK”
“Pupil Size, Optical Zones, and Aberrations:
Determinants of Mesopic Visual Function”
ASCRS, San Francisco, California – April, 2003

“Fluoroquinolones For The Front Line”
Optometric Continuing Education
Bloomington, Illinois – November, 2003

“Clinical Results with the Allegretto Wave Excimer Laser”
American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO), Wavelight Speakers Corner
Anaheim, California – November 15 & 17, 2003

“The Wavelight Allegretto Laser in Practice”
Invited Paper
Wavelight Laser User Symposium – Seville, Spain – May, 2004

“The Wavelight Allegretto in Practice: How to Promote Your Practice”
Speaker’s Corner
European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery
Paris, France – September, 2004

“Aspects of the Wavelight Allegretto in Practice”
Speaker’s Corner
European Society of Cataract & Refractive Surgery
Paris, France – September, 2004

Aspects of the Wavelight Allegretto in Practice”
Speaker’s Corner
ISRS/AAO Meeting
New Orleans, LA – October, 2004

“The Allegretto Wave In Practice”
Wavelight User Meeting
Phoenix, AZ – November, 2004

“Patient Education About the Allegretto Wave ”
Wavelight User Meeting
Cologne, Germany – June, 2005

“Modest Notes on the History of Refractive Surgery”
Wavelight User Meeting
Cologne, Germany – June, 2005

“Eye Trauma”
Indiana Sheriff’s Association
Nashville, IN – August, 2005

“Tragedy & Farce in Ophthalmology”
Wavelight User Meeting
Jackson Hole, WY – August, 2005

“Surgical Seminars for the Public”
Wavelight User Meeting
Jackson Hole, WY – August 2005

AAO Course 369
Course Instructor with Sr. Instructor Charles R. Moore, M.D.
AAO Annual Meeting
Chicago, IL – September, 2005

“Wavefront-Optimized, Wavefront-Guided and
Topography-Guided Treatments Using the WaveLight Allegretto
Excimer Laser

“Refractive Surgery: The Inside Story”
Optometric Continuing Education
Peoria, IL – November, 2005

“The Bond Report 2006”
Slack Refractive Surgery Meeting
Aspen, Co- March, 2006

“Advanced Phacoemulsification”
Course Instructor with William Fishkind, M.D.
ASCRS Annual Meeting
San Francisco, CA – March, 2006

“Current Thoughts on Refractive Surgery”
Keynote Speaker
7th International Meeting of Wavelight Users
Vienna, Austria – June, 2006

“Second Refractive Surgery Thoughts”
Wavelight User Meeting
Savannah, GA – October 2006

“Taking a Look at Headaches”
CME Course for Medical Staff at
Pekin Hospital
Pekin, IL – January, 2007

“Who Is My Doctor?”
Slack Refractive Surgery Meeting
Aspen, CO – March 2007

“The Bond Refractive Surgery Report 2007”
Slack Refractive Surgery Meeting
Aspen, CO – March 2007

“Advanced Phacoemulsification”
Course Instructor with William Fishkind, MD
ASCRS Annual Meeting
San Diego, CA – April 2007

“Clinical Challenges: a Peer 2 Peer Colloquium”
Wavelight User Meeting
Austin, TX – October 2007

“CrystaLens, ReStor and ReZoom: A ReView of Multifocal IOL Options for Your Cataract Patients”
Optometric Continuing Education
Peoria, IL – November 2007

“Pearls with the Allegretto Wave”
American Academy of Ophthalmology Meeting
New Orleans, LA – November 2007

“New Developments in Laser Vision Correction”
Hawaiian Eye 2008
Kona, HI – January 2008

“The Bond Report 2008”
Aspen AIRS Meeting
Aspen, CO – March 2008

“Wavefront-Optimized, Wavefront-Guided, Topography-Guided and Q Value-Adjusted Treatments Using the Wavelight Allegretto Excimer Laser”
ASCRS Annual Meeting
Chicago, IL – April 2008

“Advanced Phacoemulsification”
Course Instructor
ASCRS Annual Meeting
Chicago, IL – April 2008

“Eight Years of Experience with the Wavelight Allegretto”
Keynote Speaker
Virginia Society of Ophthalmology Meeting
Vienna, VA – June 2008

“Bond Report 2008”
Wavelight User Meeting
Dallas, TX – October 2008

“The Unhappy Refractive Patient”
Wavelight User Meeting
Dallas, TX – October 2008

“Abatement of Striae”
AAO
San Francisco, CA – October 2009

“PresbyLASIK Treatments: Methods and Results”
ASCRS
Boston, MA – April 2010

Our Locations


We have multiple locations throughout Illinois for your convenience. Click on a location below for full details and directions.





 

Peoria Office


6800 N Knoxville Ave, Peoria, IL 61614

 

Phone: 309.692.2020 | Toll free: (800) 243-2020
M-F: 8:30am – 5:00p | 24-hour Emergency Service





 

Pekin Office


725 S 14th Street, Pekin, IL 61554

 

Phone: 309.353.6660 | Toll free: (800) 243-2020
M-F: 8:30am – 5:00p | 24-hour Emergency Service





 

Illinois Valley Eye Laser Institute


6800 N Knoxville Ave, Peoria, IL 61614

 

Phone: 309.689.0700 | Toll free: (800) 243-2020
M-F: 8:30am – 5:00p | 24-hour Emergency Service