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Somos un Grupo de Optómetras (Dra. Ana Picó, Dra. Wanda M. Tort y Dra. María H. Gorbea) que ofrece servicios visuales primarios y especializados para toda la familia: desde bebés de meses, niños y adultos, hasta personas en la edad de oro.  Identificamos las necesidades particulares de cada grupo y ofrecemos un trato personalizado a cada paciente.

Practicamos la Optometría Funcional (también conocida como Optometría del Desarrollo o Conductista) que se destaca por ser exhaustiva en la identificación de problemas visuales que podrían pasar inadvertidos en un examen visual tradicional. Tenemos treinta años de experiencia mejorando con éxito el funcionamiento visual de pacientes de todas las edades y en casos de:

  • Problemas de aprendizaje y déficit de atención
  • Estrabismo y ojo vago
  • Molestias visuales por el uso de la computadora
  • Impedimentos visuales por degeneración macular u otras causas
  • Disfunciones visuales secundarias a daño cerebral
  • Pacientes con necesidades especiales
  • Ojos artificiales

Nos caracterizamos por nuestro compromiso con la educación continuada y nos mantenemos al día con las últimas tendencias, técnicas y estudios que contribuyan a nuestra misión:

Promover y mejorar el Funcionamiento Visual en nuestro país.

Optómetras Picó, Tort & Gorbea | 787-780-0677
Ext. Villa Rica, J12A Calle 2
Bayamon, PR 00959

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Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Me encanta venir a esta oficina porque siempre me atienden bien, son amables, humildes y muy profesionales."
    J. Ramos / Bayamon, PR
  • "Tanto las doctoras como las empleadas hacen un equipo espectacular."
    Y. Fernández / Bayamon, PR

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