MEET DR. CONNER
Dr. Amy Conner (OD, MBA, FAAO) joined the Focal Point Vision team in June of 2020. She completed a post-doctoral residency in anterior segment disease and specialty contact lenses at the Texas Eye Research Technology Center at the University of Houston College of Optometry. Her doctorate in optometry with a therapeutic glaucoma entity came from the University of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio, TX. With a Masters in business and health administration and a Bachelors degree in biology from Virginia Tech, Dr. Conner is a newly branded Texan. She is active as a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry.
Dr. Conner prides herself in patient relationships and loves to get to know her patients. Her specialties include pre and post-operative exams, glaucoma, cataract evaluations, specialty contact lenses, keratoconus, dry eye disease, and diabetic eye exams.
Dr. Conner has very little time for leisure as she has a two year, energetic little boy she chases around. She has been happily married to her navy veteran husband for almost five years. She enjoys outdoor activities like running, hiking, and any beach time she can work into her schedule.
"Wish I could give Dr. Lehman 10 Stars! I began to have problem driving because of light flaring because of cataracts. Pretty quickly I could only read very large print. Dr. Lehmann diagnosed and encouraged immediate correction. He removed my natural lenses and replaced them with plastic lenses. I went from having to wear glasses/contacts since elementary school to having 20-10 vision--for life. These plastic lenses will not change as I get older. Another eye surgeon I visited performs cataract surgery using another common procedure: remove the cataract, reshape the natural lenses to 20/20. But in this procedure, the patient's eyes will flatten as they age-requiring glasses or contacts again. This other surgeon encouraged me to wait out the (increasingly dangerous and lost vision) eyesight situation, until my eyes were just unusable. However, Dr. Lehmann said there is no reason to wait at all (because implants won't age). The surgery went smoothly. I overheard him praying for the patients around me, prior to surgery. He operated on my eyes in the afternoon, and by 8 am the next morning I had perfect vision. A year later, I'm still very grateful that I had an amazing and Godly eye surgeon. I wake up and can see close or far away perfectly--no eye products--no regimen. Yay!"
"Amazing results and amazing people...Dr. Lehmann did a great job, I very much recommend Focal Point Vision if your looking to get anything done with your vision! LASIK is a big blessing, thank God for the technology! Best investment!"
"Dr San Martin is very good at explaining . I was very satisfied with my appointment and will be back in 6 months for my eye pressure concerns ."
"Great service yes. Dr. Daugherty is very good at his job."
"They are very professional and do good work. Friendly staff."
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