Your eyes are an excellent barometer of your visual and general health. In fact, many illnesses have a surprising effect on the eyes. Paying attention to changes in your eyes and vision can help y ...View Article
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Meet Dr. Frazee
Born and raised in Texas, I studied at the University of Houston where I received a B.S. in Biology, a B.S. in Physiological Optics and a Doctor of Optometry degree. I also hold an M.S. in Biology from Texas Southern University. While completing the optometric curriculum, I lectured on Anatomy and Physiology at Houston Community College.
After working as an optometrist for three years, I opened my own practice in 1982. I have been in practice for over 32 years, where my experience has allowed me to specialize in unique contact lens fits and treatment of eye disease and infections. In 1991, I completed extensive coursework in Ocular Therapeutics at Pennsylvania College of Optometry. I was certified by the Texas Optometry Board as a Therapeutic Optometrist in January 1992, and in September 2000, I became a board certified glaucoma specialist. In 2011, I became a Diplomate of the American Board of Optometry.
As a member of the American Optometric Association and the past president of the Texas Optometric Association, I stay informed about new and developing technologies and lecture across the state with an emphasis on diabetes.
I am a member of the following organizations:
American Optometric Association
Texas Optometric Association - Past President
Dallas County Optometric Society - Past President
Rotary International-Richardson East Rotary - Past President
Richardson Chamber of Commerce