Tori Jordan, O.D. earned her undergraduate degree in One Health from Texas A&M Galveston, and her Doctorate in Optometry from the University of the Incarnate Word (UIW) Rosenberg School of Optometry (RSO). While at the Rosenberg School of Optometry, Dr. Jordan served as the Vice President of their chapter of the American Society of Optometric Surgeons, and as Vice President of the university’s Sports Vision Association where she trained athletes to maximize their visual performance.

Dr. Jordan went on to complete her internship rotation in Ocular Disease at the Viera Florida Veterans Administration (VA) Outpatient Clinic, where she provided diagnostic and medical care for military and elderly patients suffering from diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, cataracts, and severe dry eyes. Dr. Jordan completed a second rotation in Neuro-Rehabilitative Vision Therapy at NeuroVision Associates of North Texas. There, she used state-of-the-art technology to treat patients recovering from traumatic brain injuries, strokes, and learning-related vision disorders, including special needs and pediatric patients.

Dr. Jordan is a Doctor of Optometry, and board certified by the National Board of Examiners in Optometry for their ABS, PAM, and TMOD assessments, as well as certified by the American Heart Association to provide both CPR and Basic Life Support. She is a member of the American Optometric Association, the American Academy of Optometry, and the International Sports Vision Association.

She most enjoys helping patients suffering from low vision, visual processing and oculomotor dysfunction, and providing high quality medical care to treat and prevent blinding diseases. She uses the latest technology to diagnose eye diseases and keeps up with the newest eye treatments for her patients.

In her free time, Dr. Jordan spends time with her husband and their puppy dog in Plano, Texas. She enjoys volunteering and helping special needs children both at volunteer clinics and events.