Dr. Pusz leads the charge for the practice’s integrated approach to eye care. As a wife, mother, and active yoga instructor, she finds daily balance of mind, body, and soul and promotes this through her approach to medicine.
Dr. Pusz is a graduate of Penn State and the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. She did an externship program in Bethel, Alaska, where she provided optometric care to the Yupik Native American population and did her primary care residency at The Eye Institute in Philadelphia, PA. She is an active member of the American Optometric Association. In addition, she received Clinical Excellence in Low Vision and Pediatrics from the Eye Institute and is the founding member of a Women's Optometry Focus group.
Dr. Pusz specializes in the following areas:
Treatment for chronic dry eye
Our revolutionary treatment of dry eye is changing lives. Dry eye syndrome is an ongoing condition that we at Pittsburgh Primary Eyecare have managed extensively. We offer dry eye treatment solutions to successfully manage dry eye symptoms that include eye discomfort, eye redness, and dry eyes.
Specialized treatment for eye disorders
We offer more than routine eye exams—we take an integrated approach to eye care and provide extensive services for families in need of medical eye care services in the Pittsburgh area. Make an appointment with us to discuss how we can manage your glaucoma, diabetes, macular degeneration, dry eye syndrome, or corneal issues.
Vision is vital to learning and processing information
The demand for screen use with children has increased dramatically in recent years and we at Pusz Siegel Eyecare (and parents ourselves) know that it's important that your child's eyes get the best care possible. This care not only includes a comprehensive eye exam, but also discussions about screen use, prevention of strain, fatigue, headaches, and further changes to their vision. We provide treatment options for children ages 5 and older with conditions such as myopia progression (near-sightedness), hyperopia (far-sightedness), and astigmatism. In addition, we diagnosis binocular conditions and refer for vision therapy.