Iqra Quddus, O.D. earned her undergraduate degree in Health Science from Stony Brook University in New York, and her Doctorate in Optometry from the University of Houston College of Optometry. While at the University of Houston, she completed a clinical rotation in Neurology and Traumatic Brain Injury.
David is our optician and mobile services manager. With over a decade of optical experience and management, David will make you the perfect pair of glasses for driving, reading, computer, sports, swimming, flying, and vacationing. David does the behind the scenes work with assisted living facilities so that Dr. Colton can visit seniors at their homes and do exams in the comfort of their own room.
Brandie has over seven years’ experience with patient eye care, from diagnostic testing in a surgical setting to fitting complicated prescription glasses for small children. Brandie is our insurance genius and usually finds more benefits than you knew you had. Whatever Brandie is helping you with, she’ll make sure it goes amazing.
Kari has been fitting medically necessary contact lenses for years, and often scribes for Dr. Colton's exams to make sure your records have every single helpful detail. She has been through many diagnostics and treatments herself, and so has a special ability to understand what you're going through and help you feel comfortable and supported at every single visit.
Amber became a professional optician in Amarillo, and brought all of her skills to serve us in Murphy. She has fantastic skill measuring, fitting, and repairing glasses. She also runs our diagnostic tests, and helps with insurance appeals, so that you always get the best coverage possible.
Katie is our community outreach coordinator. She graduated with a bachelor degree in Public Health from Brigham Young University Idaho, and has been involved in eye care since 2009. She reaches out to assisted living facilities from Dallas to McKinney and provides them with education and access to eye care. Her goal is to prevent the leading causes of blindness in seniors.