Dr. Supriya Krishnan, is a therapeutic & developmental optometrist and Texas optometric board certified Glaucoma specialist. She employs a family-oriented approach to build long-lasting relationships with her patients. She is passionate about providing superior eyecare while focusing on overall health of kids and adults.
Dr. Krishnan, raised in India, graduated with honors from one of India’s top universities with a degree in Computer Science Engineering. After completing her undergraduate degree, she moved to the United States to earn an MBA, with a concentration in Finance from the University of Tampa. She graduated with honors as well.
Throughout her schooling, Dr. Krishnan received several awards, scholarships and recognition. Working for a few years at a large hospital in Tampa and for Wellcare, a well known health insurance company, helped Dr. Krishnan learn a lot about the healthcare system in the United States. She then went on to earn a Doctorate of Optometry from the University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio, Texas.
While in Optometry School, Dr. Krishnan was an active member of several optometric associations.
- She was the student liaison for NORA (Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association) for her school.
- She was also a member of Sigma Alpha Pi, the National Society for Leadership and Success Honor Society.
- Dr. Krishnan has participated in several volunteering opportunities such as school screenings, special Olympics, etc.
Dr. Krishnan completed a clinical externship at Manrique Custom Vision, San Antonio, TX where she managed several pre-operative and post-operative patients for LASIK, and several dry eye patients. She then went on to complete a clinical externship at Drs. Kozlowsky, Delay and Winters, San Antonio, TX.
Here she gained experience in management of ocular disease and contact lenses, including specialty fits and amblyopia. She saw a vast array of conditions in pediatric and geriatric population. She also managed several pre-operative and post-operative patients for cataract surgeries. She then completed another clinical externship at Sharp Eye Consultants, San Antonio, TX where she trained in management of ocular disease, with emphasis on glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy and macular degeneration. She also gained experience in management of pre-operative and post-operative patients for cataract surgeries. This rotation enabled her to gain extensive interaction with vast array of conditions in the geriatric population.
After graduation from optometry school, Dr. Krishnan volunteered at a practice in Bangalore, India and co-managed several ocular conditions such as uveitis, ocular injuries, corneal conditions, etc.
Dr. Krishnan is a member of the American Optometric Association and Texas Optometric Association. Dr. Krishnan currently lives in Memorial with her husband, Lokesh and her two sons, Trivik and Vishnav and daughter, Shloka. In her free time, Dr. Krishnan enjoys cooking different cuisines, traveling and learning about different cultures and traditions, listening to music, swimming and tennis.