Specializing in Adult Eye Care and Preoperative and Postoperative Care
of Surgical Patients
Doctor of Optometry, Pat Colerick, has received extensive training in the
following Refractive Surgery management: LASIK, Phototherapeutic keratectomy,
Photorefractive keratectomy, Crystalens, ReSTOR, Tecnis, and other intraocular
lenses. In addition, Dr. Colerick has also received a wide-range of practice
in various types of corneal surgeries. While he has experience from various
optometric backgrounds, Dr. Colerick focuses his practice on adult eye
care, monitoring preoperative and postoperative care of patients undergoing surgery.
Preceding his career as an optometrist, Dr. Colerick attended the University
of Nebraska-Lincoln where he received his Bachelor of Science in Biological
Sciences. He then pursued his Doctorate of Optometry degree, which he
acquired from the Illinois College of Optometry. Following his graduate
coursework, Dr. Colerick began fulfilling his passion, gaining any knowledge
he could in the field of optometry. As a result, he held licenses to practice
in Nebraska, California, Colorado, as well as Texas. Currently, Dr. Colerick
serves as a Sub-investigator for the Food and Drug Administration where
he practices as an American Optometric Association.
Below is a list of Dr. Colerick’s certifications, licenses, and memberships.
- Practice Optometry in the State of Texas
- International Board of Examiners in Optometry in the Treatment of Ocular Disease
- Texas Optometric Association
- American Optometric Association
- Tarrant County Optometric Society (secretary)
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