TSO Greenspoint Complete Eye Care in Houston, TX
Texas State Optical has been taking care of the eyes of Texas since 1936. Our Greenspoint office in North Houston near Aldine, TX is proud to be part of the TSO family which is built on a foundation of patient-focused care and quality products that stand the test of time. Our eye doctor, Dr. Mike Moulder, and our experienced opticians continue to support these core values that have remained unchanged throughout the years.
We’re pleased you want to learn more about our Greenspoint practice. Our eye doctors and opticians know what you’re looking for and Dr. Mike Moulder is ready and willing to help you see and look your best.
SEE WHAT YOUR PATIENTS HAVE TO SAY.
The Leading Optometrist in North Houston
We have enjoyed building relationships with many of our patients and many times, entire families choose TSO for all their vision needs. There’s no greater satisfaction for an optometrist than to provide vision care for a grandmother, son and granddaughter from the same family. To serve you and your family, we are conveniently located near Greenspoint Mall on the Northwest end of Houston Texas.
If it’s time now for your annual eye exam, or if a vision problem is causing you concern, contact our office. We are sincerely committed to our patients and appreciate the fact that they come back to see us.
Dedicated Eye Care at TSO Greenspoint
What makes Greenspoint Texas State Optical unique is our single minded focus on the patient and their needs. We like to work closely with each individual and give them the eye care needed. We at Greenspoint Texas State Optical in North Houston know that eye care doesn’t just stop at our front door. Taking care of your vision with regular checkups and proper contact lens usage are just a few of the things that you can do to make sure you can see well and look great!
Q&A with Dr. M
Watch Dr. Michael Moulder Answers Your Eye Care Questions!
Why Can’t I See Up Close After Age 40?
As we reach middle age, particularly after age 40, it is common to start to experience difficulty with reading and performing other tasks that require near vision. This is because with age, the lens of our eye becomes increasingly inflexible, making it harder to focus on close objects. This condition is called presbyopia and eventually it happens to everyone who reaches old age to some extent.
To avoid eyestrain, people with untreated presbyopia tend to hold books, magazines, newspapers, and menus at arm’s length in order to focus properly. Trying to performing tasks at close range can sometimes cause headaches, eye strain or fatigue in individuals who have developed this condition.