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Dr. Joshua Brooks

Dr. Joshua Brooks was raised in Washington and is thrilled to be back. He completed his undergraduate studies in biology at Utah Valley University and then earned his Doctor of Optometry at the Arizona College of Optometry. He previously worked at a vision therapy clinic and has a special interest in pediatric vision correction and binocular vision disorders.

You may understand his inspiration for vision care when you notice how thick his glasses are. He received his first glasses in second grade and has relied on them ever since. Today he loves to see the difference that clear vision can make in the lives of his patients.

While not practicing eye care, Dr. Brooks enjoys spending time with his two daughters. He also enjoys white water rafting, playing board games, and relaxing with a good book, especially if it’s written by Brandon Sanderson.

Dr. Brooks is conversant in Spanish and Portuguese.