Dr. Troy Wagner
Dr. Wagner received his Doctor of Optometry Degree from Northeastern State University College of Optometry in Tahlequah, Oklahoma. He had obtained an undergraduate degree in Vision Science from the same university.Dr. Wagner is certified in the treatment and management of eye disease, in addition to being licensed as a glaucoma specialist in the state of Texas. He spent four years at a Native American hospital followed by an externship at the Veteran's Hospital in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Dr. Wagner specializes in pediatric optometry including diagnosis and treatment of vision related learning problems. He is married to his wife Cassie and has two daughters, Alicia and Carly. His hobbies include church activities, playing golf, and spending time with his family.
Dr. Travis Moffatt
Dr. Moffatt is board certified in the treatment and management of ocular diseases. He is also certified in the state of Texas as a glaucoma specialist. He received his Doctor of Optometry Degree from Northeastern State University in Tahlequah, Oklahoma and an undergraduate degree in Biology from Southern Nazarene University in Bethany, Oklahoma. He has extensive eye disease training while working four years in a Native American hospital. Dr. Moffatt also had the privilege of doing an externship at a pediatric specialists clinic in Wichita, Kansas that specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of many vision related reading problems in children. Dr. Moffatt has been married for 12 years to his wife Cammi. They have two children, Jackson and Marissa.
Dr. Lisa La Susa
Dr. La Susa is board-certified in the treatment and management of ocular disease and is a licensed glaucoma specialist in the state of Texas. She received her Doctor of Optometry Degree from the Inter American School of Optometry in Puerto Rico. Her undergraduate degree in Biology is from the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee. She had an internship with Prevent Blindness Wisconsin and two internships in primary care optometry in Houston, Texas. Dr. La Susa sees patients of all ages and is able to perform eye exams in Spanish. She is an avid runner and enjoys spending time with her fiance, Blake.
Dr. Robyn Kralich
Dr. Robyn Kralich is a therapeutic optometrist and optometric glaucoma specialist. She attended Vanderbilt University and University of Tennessee Chattanooga and was then accepted into an honors combined studies program at Southern College of Optometry where she received her Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Optometry degrees. While at Southern College of Optometry, she received the Bays Family Service Award as well as several clinical honors and was a member of Gold Key Club. During her collegiate and optometric studies, she was a vision therapist. This allowed Dr. Kralich to develop an extensive understanding of patients’ visual needs including strabismus and amblyopia as well as functional visual problems that would affect reading and school performance. Dr. Kralich’s optometric externships included a pediatric vision rotation with Dr. Paul Harris and an ocular disease and surgical co-management rotation with Katzen Eye Group. After graduating from Southern College of Optometry, she completed a primary care residency at Illinois College of Optometry. In addition to performing primary eyecare examinations, Dr. Kralich treated glaucoma, corneal and retinal pathology and co-managed surgical patients. Following the completion of her residency, Dr. Kralich was an Assistant Professor at Illinois College of Optometry in the Primary Care Department. Dr. Kralich examined patients in the clinic and lectured in the classroom and also for local optometric societies. Dr. Kralich then continued her career in academia at University of Houston College of Optometry where she was a Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor and Director of Family Practice Service. Upon moving to Dallas, she was in private practice. Dr. Kralich joined Child and Family Eye Care in 2017.
Dr. Kralich grew up in eastern Tennessee but has lived in Dallas and Houston for a total of 18 years.
Dr. Kralich has been very active in several community organizations. She received the Presidential Award for Service in 2006 and Junior Achievement Community Volunteer Recognition in 2013. She has served on several non-profit boards including North Country Women’s Tennis Association and Woodlands Women’s Tennis Association.
Dr. Kralich enjoys spending time with her family including her husband, son and daughter. She enjoys playing tennis, watching college football, cycling and traveling.