About Us

Our Doctor

Dr. Lisa Dok, O.D., F.A.A.O., F.C.O.V.D.

Dr. Lisa Dok is passionate about helping her patients achieve the best vision possible.  Her main priority is providing vision that maximizes the potential of each of her patients: children and adults as well as the elderly. She became interested in vision development, rehabilitation and vision therapy while completing a degree in neuroscience at the University of Southern California.  She earned her Doctor of Optometry degree Summa Cum Laude from the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago, IL.

Dr. Dok completed a residency at the Southern College of Optometry in Vision Therapy and Low Vision Rehabilitation.  She is board-certified in vision therapy and provides care for patients with visual symptoms related to brain injury, binocular vision disorders, strabismus, amblyopia, and others.

In addition to being a member of the American Optometric Association, she is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry and of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. 

She grew up in Southern California and moved to the Seattle area to be close to her husband’s family, in addition to enjoying the Pacific Northwest.

Our Vision Therapists

Leslie Muto, MSW, COVT

Leslie is board certified as an Optometric Vision Therapist (COVT) by the College of Optometrists in Vision Development with over a decade of experience in vision therapy. Leslie also has her MSW and taps into her experience as therapist/social worker as she works alongside her vision therapy patients. She is empathetic to her patients’ challenges and enjoys discovering unique ways to help her patients learn new skills as they journey toward their recovery. Leslie’s unique therapeutic style combines curiosity with enthusiasm, while keeping her patient’s goals front and center.  

Leslie discovered vision therapy herself when she was diagnosed with strabismus due to a traumatic brain injury. Vision therapy changed her life so much that she pursued it as a career and has never looked back! 

Leslie was born and raised in the Midwest but has made Seattle her home for over 20 years. She believes Seattle is one of the best places to live with moderate weather and amazing views. She loves to be outside, read books, exercise, practice yoga/mindfulness, bake and listen to music- -she is obsessed with Broadway musicals!  She is a mother of 2 teens and an adorable Boston Terrier named Peppercorn. 

Jordan Eagan, M. Ed.

Jordan’s vision therapy experience started when he was eight years old – although at that time he was on the other side of the Brock String, so to speak. But he did learn how to diverge his eyes like nobody’s business, and now he’s found the one career where that’s actually an asset! 

Jordan earned a Master of Education from University of Oregon in 2015 and taught middle and high school for four years. He started at SVTRC in October 2021. It’s a good fit because he still gets to teach valuable skills, but now gets to work one-on-one with patients instead of trying to manage a whole classroom at once. 

In his spare time, Jordan runs a weekly tabletop roleplaying game and plays bari sax in a queer brass brand. He also enjoys writing stories with his partner and being alternately entertained and aggravated by their dog and cat.  

Jordan “JJ” Kepler

JJ began his career as a Vision Therapist in December of 2021. Before that, he had spent over 5 years studying Early Childhood Education while working in classrooms with children ranging in age from 6 months to 8 years. JJ’s experience with children and his understanding of their development plays an important role in his work as a vision therapist, teaching him how to solve problems as they arise in quick, effective ways.  

JJ discovered vision therapy when looking to branch out of childcare. He had always wanted to help people, so when he saw SVTRC was hiring, he began to do some research into vision therapy. After learning more about how helpful vision therapy was in treating symptoms of post concussion syndrome and traumatic brain injuries, he was dumbfounded. At that time, he was 4 years removed from his most recent concussion and under the impression that he would have to live with his symptoms. This inspired him to become a vision therapist; so nobody would have to live with their symptoms forever, and so he could have a direct impact on making sure that didn’t happen. He wanted people to feel heard and to reassure them that what they are experiencing is very real, but we can do something about it.  

Originally from Oceanside, CA, JJ moved to the PNW in August 2017 and hasn’t looked back. In his free time he enjoys making music, playing video games, and obsessing over the baseball scores for the day. He lives in Seattle with his wife and daughter as well as their cat, Carl.  

Our Patient Care Coordinators

Khanka “Kay” Nguyen

Kay started as a Vision Therapist in March 2021 while attending the University of Washington as an undergraduate in the Jackson School of International Studies. Her studies aided her passion in global health and safety, in which she translated into providing the best care support for patients at SVTRC as a patient care coordinator.  

Kay learned about vision therapy through working as an optometric technician. While there were only a handful of vision therapy patients at her previous clinic, she found it fascinating and wanted to learn more. When Kay saw the opportunity to work closely with vision therapy patients, she moved to SVTRC.  

In her spare time, Kay enjoys reading, writing, crocheting, scrolling through Pinterest, and playing with her cat, Dango. 

Teresa Nguyen

Teresa graduated from the University of Washington in 2020. She majored in Health Studies and has a minor in Health Education and Promotion. Her previous work and volunteer experiences have inspired her to continue working in healthcare, as she enjoys interacting with patients and their families in providing them with quality care.  

Teresa joined SVTRC in November 2022. In 2019, she was a student volunteer at the Vietnam Health Clinic, where she had the opportunity to travel to Vietnam with healthcare professionals and other UW students to provide free healthcare services to under resourced populations. After taking a gap year from working, she decided to find a job opportunity doing administrative work at a healthcare office and stumbled upon SVTRC. She learned a lot about vision therapy and how much of an impact it can make on one’s everyday life.  

In her spare time, she enjoys listening to podcasts, watching movies, baking, and going on food adventures with her friends. She wishes to travel and go on more road trips.  

Copyright © 2021 Seattle Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation Center, PLLC.
Seattle Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation Center, PLLC
13344 1st Ave NE
Suite 101
Seattle, WA 98125
Located on the first floor of the Northwest Dental Building. Our main entrance is below the garage overhang.
e-mail: hello@seattlevisioncenter.com
Phone: (206) 614-0034
Fax: (206) 536-3249