310 W. Lake Mead Parkway, Ste 120
Henderson, NV 89015
Phone Number: (702) 550-2020
Dr. Angela Hahn
Dr. Angela Hahn was born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. Later, she moved to California and went to the University of California, Los Angeles where she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychobiology. In 2000, she received her Doctorate of Optometry degree and Bachelor of Science degree in Vision Science from the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago, Illinois.
Dr. Hahn’s clinical training includes externship rotations at the Providence VA Medical Center, Beaufort Naval Hospital, Parris Island Marine Corp Medical Clinic, Hine VA Blind Rehabilitation Center, and Sidney Hillman Health Center. She moved to Reno, NV after graduating optometry school where she began her optometry practice. In 2003, she moved to Henderson, NV to continue her practice. She is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Nevada Optometric Association. She is Board Certified in the Treatment and Management of Ocular Disease. Dr. Hahn enjoys practicing full scope optometry and seeing patients of all ages.
Dr. Joseph Lao
Dr. Joseph Lao was born and raised in Las Vegas. He is a Bishop Gorman High School alum and had earned his Bachelor of Sciences Degree from the University of Nevada Las Vegas. In May 2013, Dr. Lao graduated from Western University College of Optometry.
He had completed internships at various locations including: the special populations and vision therapy focused Alderwood Vision Care Therapy Center (WA), Ernest Childers Veteran Affairs Outpatient Clinic (OK), The Villages V.A.Hospital (FL) and the Lyons/East Orange V.A. Outpatient Hospital (NJ).
He has participated in multiple community vision projects such as Angels for Sight, Lion’s Club Vision screenings, CareNOW L.A., and the Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity (VOSH) mission trip to villages in Peru.
Upon graduation he was presented with the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) Award for Excellence in Vision Therapy at Western University. He conducts vision therapy and binocular vision evaluations including technology which analyzes eye movements while reading.
Vision therapy may alleviate struggles and enhance visual abilities for:
- Learning-related Vision Issues
- Poor Binocular Coordination or Eye-teaming
- Convergence Insufficiency
- Amblyopia (often referred to as “lazy” eye)
- Stress-related Vision Issues (Eyestrain, headaches at near or computer distance, and some incidents of motion sickness)
- Traumatic Brain Issues, Stroke, Head Injury, and special populations
- Sports Vision Development