Ashley Olivarez, O.D. received her Doctor of Optometry from the University of the Incarnate Word’s Rosenberg School of Optometry in 2017. She also earned her undergraduate degree in Vision Science from the University of the Incarnate Word. Dr. Olivarez is a licensed Therapeutic Optometrist and an Optometric Glaucoma Specialist. Her special field of interest is myopia control.
Dr. Olivarez understood the importance of good vision after having worn glasses since childhood. She recalls that her doctor made her office eye exams very positive experiences. As a result, she became interested in optometry as her way to be able to help others just as her doctor had helped her.
In practice since 2017, Dr. Olivarez values the relationships she builds with her patients, and she is passionate about having a positive impact in their lives by providing high-quality eye care.
Lisa Frazier, O.D. received her Doctor of Optometry from the University of Houston’s College of Optometry in 1983 and earned her undergraduate degree from Baylor University. Dr. Frazier is a Therapeutic Optometrist and an Optometric Glaucoma Specialist.
Dr. Frazier’s fascination with vision began when she was a high school student. With the support of her teachers at La Porte High School, Dr. Frazier completed numerous research projects about color vision. She became more interested in optometry because of her work on those research projects.
Dr. Frazier feels privileged to be able to help her patients excel in their school, work, or sports activities by providing them with their best vision correction possible. As a primary care provider, Dr. Frazier can diagnose and treat ocular conditions or facilitate medical intervention for systemic conditions that, if left untreated, could have a very serious impact on the overall health of her patients.