Our Doctors

Dr. Dianne B. Dao

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  • Therapeutic glaucoma optometrist, graduated from University of Houston College of Optometry in 1998 awarded Clinical Letter of Excellence
  • Earned her Bachelor of Biology/ Psychology Degree at University of Texas at Dallas in 1994.
  • Received clinical training at the Herman Eye Center where Dr. Dao worked closely with several ophthalmologists specializing in retinal pathologies and corneal disorders/ diseases. Dr. Dao also trained at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, where she was involved in providing eye care for cancer patients undergoing radiation treatment. She also gained unique experiences examining and screening astronaut candidates for NASA while interning in the Clear Lake area.
  • Active member of the American Optometric Association and the Texas Optometric Association.
  • Past Treasurer for the Harris County Optometric Association and an examiner for the National Board of Optometry.
  • Involved with various community activities including conducting vision screening and presenting educational seminars to private and public schools in Pearland. She is committed to raising public awareness in the importance of good vision as a critical tool in a child’s education.
  • Dr. Dao and her husband, Lee, a software engineer at Lockheed Martin, have five boys and live in Pearland. She and her family are parishioners of St. Helen Catholic Church volunteering their time with food banks of St. Vincent de Paul. She enjoys cooking, shopping, decorating and raising her family in the fast-growing community of Pearland. She takes pride in doing business, shop locally and volunteer community services in Pearland.
  • Best of all, Dr. Dao enjoys seeing all her patients every year catching up with them and their families.

Dr. Mintra Sattam

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  • Therapeutic glaucoma optometrist and optometric glaucoma specialist, graduated from University of Houston College of Optometry with Honors in 2013
  • Earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Biochemistry and Bachelor of Art degree in Biology at University of Texas at Austin with Honors in 2008.
  • Clinical training at the University Eye Institute included rotations in the sub-specialties of Low Vision, Pediatrics, Contact Lens, Glaucoma, and Ocular Diagnosis and Management. She also received training in the MS Eye Clinic with Dr. Rosa Tang, managing the ocular health of patients with multiple sclerosis.
  • As part of her training, she completed her externship at the Mann Eye Institute at their Houston and Humble locations, working alongside ophthalmologists and optometrists. She focused on pre- and postoperative care of cataract and refractive surgeries as well as providing care for those with retinal pathologies. She also received valuable training at McCormick Vision Source in Austin, where she practiced primary eye care with an emphasis on contact lenses, including specialty fits.
  • Grand Rounds case, “Papilledema secondary to Choroid Plexus Papilloma”, nominated for IOP publishing.
  • Active member of American Optometric Association and Texas Optometric Association.
  • Formerly a Katy native for several years, she now resides in Southeast Houston. She enjoys attending special events and festivals in Houston and volunteers at the Houston SPCA helping small dogs and puppies find their forever homes.

Dr. Atiya Husain

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  • Therapeutic glaucoma optometrist, graduated from University of Houston College of Optometry in 2004
  • Earned her Bachelor of Biology Degree at Texas A&M University with Honors in 1999.
  • Clinical training at the University Eye Institute included rotations in the sub-specialties of Low Vision, Pediatrics, Contact Lens, Glaucoma, and Ocular Diagnosis and Management.
  • As part of her training, she completed her internship at the VA Hospital in Palo Alto, California, where she had extensive low vision training and worked closely with veterans and senior citizens suffering from various visual deficits. She also received valuable training at Fort Sam Houston Army Base in San Antonio, Texas, where she provided eye care for our troops and had the opportunity to manage many different corneal disorders, pathologies, and ocular traumas.
  • Worked as an Adjunct Clinical Professor at University of Houston College of Optometry.
  • Active member of American Optometric Association and Texas Optometric Association.
  • Resides in Houston, downtown area, and enjoys participating in various sports, yoga, cycling, participates in The Greek Festival dancing every year with her husband, shopping, as well as church activities. Nowadays what she enjoys the most is being a mommy to a beautiful baby girl.

Dr. Mary Shatleh

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  • Therapeutic glaucoma optometrist, graduated from University of Houston College of Optometry in 2012 awarded Clinical Excellence in patient care.
  • Earned her Bachelor of Biology Degree at University of Houston with Honors in 2008.
  • Had clinical training at the University Eye Institute included rotations in the sub-specialties of Low Vision, Pediatrics, Contact Lens, Glaucoma, and Ocular Diagnosis and Management.
  • Dr. Shatleh has a special interest in fitting multifocal contact lenses and refractive surgery co-management (LASIK, PRK, and multifocal cataract lens replacement).
  • Active member of American Optometric Association and Texas Optometric Association.
  • Dr. Shatleh grew up in Pearland and is happy to be working in the community she was raised in. She enjoys spending time with her large family, trying out new recipes and staying involved with her church by volunteering as a Sunday school teacher.

Dr. Nicki Wall

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  • Therapeutic glaucoma optometrist, graduated from University of Houston College of Optometry in 1988
  • Earned her RN degree in Nursing at University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston in 1976. Held position of Nursing Coordinator for the Adolescent Behavior Disorder Crisis Intervention Unity at Spring Shadows Glenn Psychiatric Hospital in Houston.
  • A native of Galveston and a graduate of Ball High School and Alvin Community College
  • Dr. Wall practices with special interest in slowing the progression of myopia (nearsightedness) and helping children overcome learning disorders. She has extensive experience in Ortho-keratology, gently reshaping the cornea with corneal molds at night to reduce dependency on glasses and contacts in the daytime and to stop the progression of near-sightedness.

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