Dr. Spicer is a Texas licensed Therapeutic and Glaucoma Specialist Optometrist. Dr. Spicer is originally from the state of Illinois, and attended Eastern Illinois University, where he graduated with honors in Biology. Dr. Spicer also graduated Cum Laude at the Inter American University of Puerto Rico, School of Optometry, in which he completed rotations at the Woolfson Eye Institute in Atlanta and Primary Care in a private practice setting in Houston. He has had training and shows special interest in dry eyes, cataracts, macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetes, and other retinal conditions.
Dr. Spicer decided to become an Optometrist at the age of 13, when his vision started to decrease and affect his ability to play sports. When he received his first pair of glasses/contacts it changed his entire outlook in regards to vision. It was such a dramatic change that he wanted to make that same change in others and give that happiness to them.
Dr. Spicer believes all patients should always be treated as a dignified human being. Not as a number or statistical equation. He strives to inform patients to have a better understanding about how vision works, and how much it can be affected by poor health.
Outside of work, he enjoys working out, swimming, and spending time with friends and family.