Dr. Julio C. Arroyo is native to Spain where he completed college studies with a concentration in Optics and Optometry. Then he decided to come to Houston where he received a Doctor of Optometry in 1999.
Dr. Arroyo is certified for the treatment of eye disease and as an optometric glaucoma specialist. He also has considerable experience in anterior segment disease, including dry eye disease, glaucoma management, and macular degeneration (M-Sharp protocol). He has also been an adjunct Professor of Optometry at the University Eye Institute, University of Houston.
Dr. Arroyo is very passionate about holistic health care, anti-aging and complementary medicine. He has earned the Certified Functional Medicine Practitioner (CFMP) by successfully completing a 200+ hour post-graduate program from Functional Medicine University. In doing so, Dr. Arroyo is one of the first Certified Functional Medicine optometric practitioners in the country. Over the last 10 years, Dr. Arroyo continues to collaborate with multiple TV and radio programs as an eye expert; including Fox News, Univision, KHOU, Telemundo, and others.
Dr. Arroyo is a member of the American Optometric Association, Texas Optometric Association, Harris County Optometric Association, and the Orthokeratology Academy of America.
He has also participated in multiple volunteer organizations such as SVOSH here in the USA and abroad, providing eye care for communities in need.
Dr. Arroyo is married and has two daughters. When not seeing patients, some of his many interests include watching movies with his girls, playing guitar, boiling crawfish, and flying airplanes.
Dr. Arroyo is a member of the American Optometric Association, Texas Optometric Association, Harris County Optometric Association, Ocular Wellness and Nutrition Society, and the Orthokeratology Academy of America.
He has also participated in multiple volunteer organizations such as SVOSH here in the USA and abroad, providing eye care in Honduras. In addition, Dr. Arroyo has been actively involved in the Multiple Sclerosis (MS150) non-profit organization for several years.
Dr. Arroyo is married and has two daughters. When not seeing patients, some of his many interests include watching movies with the little ones, playing guitar, boiling crawfish, and playing soccer.
Sarah is a Clinical Director who is a certified medical aesthetician, cosmetic laser technician, and laser safety officer. She is passionate about educating clients about the right treatments and skin care products for the best possible results.
Sarah has worked in numerous hospital settings and Med Spa, being a provider of aesthetics, she has also led aesthetic departments as the Director of Aesthetics and provided consulting for numerous med spas.
Sarah has one daughter and is a cancer survivor, so she know firsthand what it’s like to need or desire certain things the aesthetic world can provide. From Sarah own experiences with cancer, she understand the aesthetic world directly impacts a person’s emotional and mental well-being and compassion toward a person’s desire to feel and look better about themselves. Sarah passion and dedication to the aesthetic world aren’t only about the physical but ensuring the patients feel good from the inside out. Sarah goal is to help everyone “love the skin they’re in.”
When Sarah isn’t caring for patients, she has a vast list of hobbies that include riding motorcycles, she is a car enthusiast, loves to garden and be outdoors, volunteers at animal shelters, watching movies and loves to let the weekends take her on new adventures.