Vision is an essential sense that’s often overlooked. Many people only think about their eye health when there is a problem. Fortunately, many eye problems are preventable. That’s why Poole Eye Associates believes early detection and treatment is important for lifelong eye health.
Poole Eye Associates’ well-trained staff provides personalized attention, catering to all of our patients’ eye care needs. We are confident you’ll be completely satisfied with your service.
Dr. Mohan Poole graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor’s degree in biology. He attended optometry school at the University of Houston and graduated in 2007.
Dr. Poole did rotations specializing in ocular disease, neurological ocular disease, pediatrics and low vision. He received several letters of excellence for his clinical skills and completed internships at two of the largest practices in Austin. He is an optometric glaucoma specialist and a member of the American Optometric and Texas Optometric Associations.
In 2008, he married Brianne, also an optometrist, and they currently live in Spicewood raising their daughters, Mila and Madison. He spends as much time with his family as possible exploring the Texas Hill Country that they love so much. Dr. Poole is also an active member in the Marble Falls Rotary club and a die-hard Longhorns fan…Hook ‘Em!
Maggie has lived in Marble Falls since 1986. In 1994, she enrolled in Nursing School of Central Texas College where she received her medical assistant certification. She enjoys working with Dr. Poole and the staff at Poole Eye Associates because there is never a boring day—they’re fun, caring people who strive to take care of their patients.
Maggie has three teenagers who keep her busy, and her hobbies include reading, going to the movies and spending time with her kids, niece and nephew.
Shannon has been with the practice since 2000 and is a native of Marble Falls. Her favorite part of working with Poole Eye Associates is helping patients pick out new glasses—especially the children who have never worn glasses before because their faces light up when they first see the world clearly.
She married her high school sweetheart, Phil, and they have two children: Christopher who proudly served 10 years in the Navy, and Katelynn who graduated from Texas A&M Corpus Christi with a Bachelor’s degree in communication media. She also enjoys spending time with her beautiful daughter, Isla.
Kristan is a Marble Falls native and graduate of Marble Falls High School. In 2008, she earned a Bachelor’s of Science degree with a focus in psychology from Tarleton State University. In 2009, she received her national medical assistant certification from Allied Health Careers in Austin and graduated summa cum laude.
In 2012, she started working at Westlake Dermatology as a patient coordinator and medical assistant, and later received a dermatology tech certification from the Association of Certified Dermatology Techs. In 2014, she took over as the group’s location manager. Wanting to focus on her family as well as her career, Kristan joined Poole Eye Associates in 2015.
Kristan is a proud wife of an Army infantryman veteran, and mother of a beautiful daughter, Journey, and rambunctious son, Rowdy. Playing with these babies is her biggest hobby. She says the best part of working for Poole Eye Associates is meeting a doctor who cares about his employees and patients as he does his own family.
Elisa joined Poole Eye Associates in 2016. She grew up in Marble Falls and graduated from Marble Falls High School. In 2004, she attended nursing school and has been working in the medical field for over 10 years.
Elisa is married with three beautiful children. She enjoys family time and the outdoors. What she loves most about working with Poole Eye Associates is developing great relationships with patients and her co-workers.
In August 2016, we opened a new office which features state-of-the-art equipment, including:
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT). Used to diagnose and monitor glaucoma, macular degeneration and many other sight-threatening diseases.
Daytona Optomap. Ultra-widefield retinal imaging device for retina imaging. It’s the best way to examine the eye internally without a dilation.
Visual Evoked Potential and Electroretinogram (VEP/ERG). Measures the nerve activity in response to visual stimuli to diagnose abnormalities in the nerve pathway from the eye to the brain, as well as abnormal retinal function.
Specular microscope. Used to image individual cells in the cornea to diagnose and monitor cornea disease.
Visual field analyzer. Tests the entire visual field to detect vision loss that is not evident in a general eye exam.