Our Mission Statement:
“We help people see the important things in life!”
Our clinic opened in July of 2016 on the southwest corner of Dairy Ashford and Memorial, near Women’s Memorial Athletic Center, Starbucks and Specs Liquor.
Our custom designed and built 2500 Sq ft. location is an endcap of a free-standing building houses two exam lanes and a Doctor’s pretest area,. Since we also love technology and try to utilize the latest to help you see and look your best. We’re equipped with the Huvitz Auto refractor, Huvitz Auto Lensometer, Huvitz Digital Phoroptor, I Care Tonometer, Zeiss Matrix FDT for visual fields, Zeiss Retinal Camera. All of our patients benefit from our friendly staff, comfortable, welcoming environment, Keurig Coffee Brewer and complimentary water bottles.
“Eyewear You Want
We are long time supporters of Stratford High School and have contributed and sponsored ads and charity items to the Stratford Playhouse (SHS theatre group), Stratford HIgh School Spartans (football, softball and Spartanaires Dance Teams). Proud members of the West Houston Chamber of Commerce, over the years, we have partnered with several elementary schools in the area for screenings and charity events.
Eye Care and Eye Exam Near Me
Dr. Roland Montemayor has been part of the Texas State Optical organization since 1985. He is excited to open the latest location in the Energy Corridor of Houston. At TSO Energy Corridor, we want to exceed your expectations of what eye care can be. Drs. Haji and Montemayor are committed to great patient care in a friendly and comfortable environment. If you try us, we know you’ll enjoy the personal service we provide each person that walks in our door. We don’t rush you through your eye exam because your health is important to us. Our concern is that you receive the best service possible from the moment you walk in our door to the moment you leave.
Texas State Optical
But By Choice”.
This year the Doctors of TSO celebrate 80 years of caring for our patients eyes. We’ve seen a lot of changes in eye care over those 80 years, but the way we treat our patients has not changed one bit. We hope we get the chance to help you and your family soon.