Dr. Ann Voss is a neurodevelopmental and therapeutic optometrist who has been working in the Houston area since 1989. She has a passion for providing the full range of optometric care and loves to help patients of all ages find the best possible treatment for their health and well-being. I also like to give talks at the Houston Optometrists' Association (HOA) annual meeting and help to expand and expand knowledge of how to recognize symptoms and provide tools and support. In addition, Dr. VOSS is frequently asked to give lectures at other events on her research and work in the field of neurology and neurodevelopmental disorders.
She has a background as an internationally recognized cardiovascular specialist who interprets studies to analyze results and develop treatment plans to optimize cardiovascular health and well-being.
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Dr. Watson is a resident of the Bellaire Texas Doctor's Office and a member of the Texas Medical Board. He graduated from the University of Texas Medical School with a PhD in osteopathic medicine and married his beautiful wife of 15 years, Lindsay.
He has joined forces with his associates to help patients in need and has become a member of the Vision Learning Center at Bellaire Texas Doctors' Office. Joseph runs the Vision Learning Center, develops new programs and introduces training protocols for other therapists.
Dr. Voss loves his patients and his staff and can make a difference with every patient every day. His commitment to patients, staff and the entire Bellaire Texas Doctors' Office radiates through his practice team. He spends time and effort to fulfill all his tasks, to exceed the expectations of the patient.
Working with young children struggling to read pages and athletes suffering from head injuries, Joseph helps his patients reach their full potential. Jose has a passion for helping others find their strengths while also improving their weaknesses.
In his spare time, Dr Fox enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, fishing, working on vintage cars and cheering on his favourite sports team, the Texas Rangers. Jonathan's things he loves are rooted for his country, travelling the world and travelling to other parts of the US.
He likes to spend time in his office volunteering for his community, cycling or walking his dog on Galveston beach. He loves family time, physical activity of all kinds, including running, being at the lake and enjoying nature. As a family, he enjoys adventure trips, especially to national parks, and spends time with his family and a host of pets, including his backyard chickens. He loves to dance and outdoor activities and his favourite time of the year is with family, especially his elderly daughter and her friends.
Dr. Moore and her husband live in Bellaire, where the children attend Condit Elementary School (go cat) and participate in the Spanish program for bilingual immersion. Dr. Moore works closely with a number of children in her office, including a reading specialist, a play therapist, an occupational therapist and a physiotherapist.
She is also working to become a certified visual therapist and is currently attending classes at Houston Community College. Through its affiliation with the University of Houston, it provides education and a wealth of information for families seeking support. There is a lot of research on the benefits of vision therapy for children with vision problems in Bellaire.
She is a diplomat of the American Optometry Committee and confirms her knowledge of eye diseases such as glaucoma, diabetes, squint and amblyopia. She graduated with honors from the University of Houston with a Bachelor of Science in Public Health and a Master of Health Sciences from Texas A & M University School of Medicine and is currently in her fourth year teaching in a clinical setting.
Dr. Tucker has received several Letters of Excellence from the School of Optometry and has received several awards, including the Distinguished Service Award from the American Optometry Association and the Texas Health Science Center Award. She excelled in education and research, earning a Bachelor's degree in Microbiology from the University of Texas at Austin with Phi Beta Kappa High Honors and a Master's degree in Science in Public Health from Texas A & M University School of Medicine. He continues his education at the University of Houston College of Optometrics and has received several awards, including a B.S. in Biomedical Engineering and a Master in Health Sciences from UT Austin. He is highly regarded for his research.