Dr Anita Ali
Dr. Anita Ali is a licensed Therapeutic Optometrist and certified Glaucoma Specialist. She received her doctorate degree from Rosenberg School of Optometry. In addition, she received her externship training at Salem Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Brook Army Medical Center. She enjoys practicing full scope optometry, with an emphasis in ocular disease, fitting specialty contact lenses, and LASIK co-management.
Dr. Ali enjoys using the latest technology to diagnose eye diseases and keep up with the newest eye treatments for her patients. She is board certified for the Treatment and Management of Ocular Disease.
She strongly believes that the foundation to quality eye care is a strong doctor-patient relationship. She strives to provide a comfortable environment where patients can freely discuss any questions about eye care.
Dr. Juddie Correos
Dr. Juddie Correos is a licensed therapeutic optometrist and optometric glaucoma specialist. She received her Bachelor’s of Science degree in Biology with a minor in Japanese language from Baylor University in Waco, Texas. After completing her undergraduate studies, she spent time working in a private optometry practice as a technician, involved in the local church, serving in a city-wide mentoring program for school children, and participating in missions around the world. She returned to her hometown of Houston to attend the University of Houston College of Optometry. She completed her Doctor of Optometry graduating magna cum laude and a member of Beta Sigma Kappa national optometric honor society. During her optometric education, she gained experience in specialties such as: pediatrics, binocular vision, specialty contact lenses, ocular disease, low vision, and pre-operative cataract evaluation. Over the years, she has participated in countless vision screenings at schools and communities across Houston and Dallas to provide eye care to those in need. Passionate about patient care, Dr. Correos strives to provide patients with quality care and thorough patient education with compassion, patience, and understanding.
As a native Houstonian, Dr. Correos enjoys spending her free time with her family and friends eating at her favorite local restaurants, going on runs at Hermann Park, attending concerts, and seeing new exhibits at the Museum of Fine Arts. A lover of art and art history, Dr. Correos enjoys being creative, drawing, and learning about different styles of art. Dr. Correos also happens to be trilingual and knowledgeable in Tagalog and Japanese, in addition to English. When she has some extended time off, she enjoys traveling and seeing new places.