Introducing Dr. Michael Tran to iSight Vision Care

We are proud to introduce Dr. Michael Tran to the iSight Vision Care Team!

Dr. Michael Tran was born and raised in Anaheim, California. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of California, Los Angeles and received his Doctor of Optometry degree at the Southern California College of Optometry with Beta Sigma Kappa honors.

He completed his externship training at the Southeast Regional Health Consortium in Sitka, Alaska, Wellish Vision Institute in Las Vegas, Ketchum Health Clinic in Anaheim and the University Eye Center in downtown Los Angeles. His training includes fitting specialty contact lenses, diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma and dry eyes as well as performing comprehensive diabetic eye exams. He also completed a residency at the Veteran’s Affair Hospital in Long Beach with a focus in primary eye care and low vision rehabilitation.

Outside of work, Dr. Tran enjoys traveling, hiking outdoors and exploring new places to eat. He is also a big fan of the Disney Parks and has had an annual pass for over 11 years! 

Please give him a warm welcome at your next visit!

Kathy Lau and Angel Salgado

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