Located inside your local neighbourhood Wal-Mart, our Irving eye doctors specialize in understanding how the human eye really works, as well as eye diseases and conditions that affect your vision – many of which do not have obvious symptoms. Optometrists know how age and risk factors affect vision over time for both children and adults, and they understand the benefits and features of corrective lenses including eyeglasses and contacts.
Our optometrists take the time to explain the results of your eye exam, describe your options and listen to your eye care needs. Because maintaining good eye health is an ongoing partnership, we encourage you to ask questions and share your health information, which could be vital to monitoring, diagnosing and treating potential vision problems.
Looking for an eye doctor near you in Irving, TX? Look no further than Dr. A. Joshi and Associates!
Meet our Optometrists:
As a Doctor of Optometry, part of my commitment to my patients is ongoing professional education. As technology and the world around us changes, I have to keep up-to-date, because I have to provide the best care possible for your eyes.
My educational background consists of an undergraduate Honors specialist degree in Biochemistry with a minor in Chemistry and Economics from the University of Toronto in 1995
My post graduate training is a Doctor of Optometry degree from Indiana University, class of 2000. My externship sites have included the Vision Institute of Canada, an institution that is focused on primary care and pediatrics, and the John Kenyon eye center in Louisville Kentucky, a premier ophthalmology practice that was one of the first to do refractive eye surgery in the United States.
During my academic career, I was involved with VOSH, Volunteer Optometric Service for Humanity, where we provided vision care to indigent people in Mexico and as an officer in the American Optometric Students Association at the local level.
In 2001, I became certified as an Optometric Glaucoma Specialist, which allows me to diagnose and treat glaucoma.
When I am not seeing patients, I like to spend time with my family, travel and read. I am also an active member of the Plano Chamber of Commerce and the Dallas County Optometric Society. I have been providing patient care to the cities of Irving, Dallas, Grandprairie, and Arlington.
Dr. Ahmed is a therapeutic optometrist who received her Doctor of Optometry Degree from UIW Rosenberg School of Optometry. She graduated cum laude with a B.S. in biology from Temple University and also obtained minor in Psychology.
In optometry school her externship sites included Veterans Hospital in Salem, Virginia, which focused on primary care optometry while also providing in patient services, and Kozlovsky, Delay, and Winter Eye Consultants in San Antonio, a well-known ophthalmology –optometry practice, which focused on emergency eye care, and pre and post op cataract surgery in addition to primary eye care. After graduating from Optometry school, she pursued additional training and completed her residency in Ocular Disease and Low Vision Rehabilitation from Hampton Veterans Hospital, Hampton, Virginia. During residency she received additional training in ocular diseases and low vision services while also taking part in community outreach programs. After completion of her residency she also received her certification as Optometric Glaucoma Specialist, and certification in Advanced Competence in Medical Optometry.
Currently Dr. Ahmed works in the Irving area where she offers comprehensive eye examinations, contact lens fittings including soft and rigid gas permeable lens, annual diabetic dilated exams, pediatric vision exams, and ocular disease treatment and management. She welcomes new patients and looks forward to work with you and your family.
Dr. Rami El-Bkaily is a licensed therapeutic optometrist with training in ocular disease, contact lenses, and primary care. He earned his doctoral degree from the Michigan College of Optometry in Big Rapids, Michigan.
In optometry school his externship sites included Veterans Hospital in Detroit Michigan, which focused on ocular disease optometry while also providing in patient services, Optimeyes, a well-known primary care clinic, where he focused on specialty contact lenses, and Duane Waters Hospital which specialized heavily in ocular disease as well as low vision. After graduation he became licensed as a Therapeutic Optometrist to treat and manage non surgical ocular disease. He is currently pursuing licensure to become a glaucoma specialist.
During his free time, he enjoys to read and cook. He currently resides in Fort Worth with his wife and two cats.
Don’t forget to ask our doctors about all our great eye care services!