My name is Dr. Gloria “Stephanie” Enriquez. I am originally from Perry, Iowa but am very excited and honored to now be a member of the Fenton, Michigan area. I graduated from Perry High School in 2006 and then attended The University of Iowa where I graduated with a bachelors of arts in biology in 2010. The next four years of my education were spent at The InterAmerican Univeristy of Puerto Rico where I Graduated as a Doctor of Optometry in the Spring of 2015.
EDUCATION: During my time at The University of Iowa I was fortunate enough to work with The University of Iowa Department of Ophthalmology researching various ocular conditions including Age Related Macular Degeneration and Retinitis Pigmentosa. I was able to further my knowledge base on these and various other conditions through my four years in Optometry School. In my final year I had the opportunity to Intern at nine different clinics with various specialties, these include private practice, an optometry/ophthalmology ocular disease practice, primary care, geriatrics, contact lenses, and electro diagnostics.
My Passion in Optometry: I was fortunate enough to be able to spend some time working specifically with pediatrics and vision therapy, which has become a great passion of mine in the optometry field. Vision is more than just the ability to see 20/20, it includes eye teaming, tracking, focusing and visual perception or our ability to interpret visual information. It has been found that 25% of children have an undiagnosed vision problem that can lead to academic or behavioral problems and many of these problems will not be caught in a school vision screening, I believe in the importance of a comprehensive eye examination to be able to treat these visual problems early in a child’s development, which is why I am a provider of the Infantsee program, this program allows for comprehensive eye examinations at no cost for INFANTS 6- 12 months of age. Often times the symptoms of learning-related vision problems can be overlooked and with my training in this area I aim to give your child the most comprehensive care possible.
My name is Dr. Joseph M. Leppek. I went to Goodrich High School and graduated in 2006. Upon graduation of Goodrich I attended Ferris State University where I graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Biology. The last four years of my education were spent at Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL where I graduated as a Doctor of Optometry this past spring of 2014.
During my final year of optometry school I had six rotations where I had the opportunity to expand my knowledge in various specialties. My rotations included a private practice, an optometry/ophthalmology ocular disease practice, primary care, geriatrics, pediatrics, and specialty contact lenses.
Why am I writing this?
I am honored and privileged to be a nationally board certified optometrist in the great state of Michigan. I look forward to providing you and your family with the upmost professional and personal eye care. I am a very personable person that would like to get to know each one of my patients and all of their visual needs.
I will take that extra step to really:
1. Educate you on every aspect of your EYE HEALTH
2. Find a CONTACT LENS COMFORTABLE AND CLEAR DISTANCE and NEAR
3. Evaluate, Diagnose, and Treat the health of your eye front to back
4. Prescribe quality and unique glasses for work, computer, hobbies, and sunglasses for protection of harmful UV rays.
We are always accepting NEW PATIENTS and their families. We see patients as young as 6 months old in the InfantSEE program. Upon entering grade school is a very important time for a child’s first eye exam. Have a red eye, dry eyes, or family history of any eye disease, if so please stop in and schedule an appointment with us.
Dr. Habermehl has been a member of both the Michigan Optometric Association and the American Optometic Association since 1984. He has also been an active member of the contact lens section of the American Optometric Association since 1988. On October 25, 2003 he was board certified in vision development and therapy by the college of Optometrist in Vision Development.
Many Awards have been awarded to Dr. Habermehl such as rotarian of the year for 1992-1993. He also won this same award two times (2000-2001 and 2002- 2003). Governer John Engler appointed Bradley to the Michigan State Board of Examiners in Optometry for a term ending June, 1996. He was later reappointed two times by Engler.
Dr. Habermehl is the current past president for the college Optometrists in vision development (www.COVD.org), and was named Optometrist of the Year by the Michigan Optometric Association in 2012.
Bradley has been married to his wife, Cindy since July 19, 1986. They have two Children, Chad and Kylee. Dr. Habermehl also enjoys martial arts, and is a second degree black belt of Tang Soo Do-Mo0 Duk Kwan Karate.
Serving Flint, Detroit, Warren, Ann Arbor, Flint-Saginaw, Sarnia, Genesee county, Ann Arbor, MI