At Prosper Family Eyecare we provide complete eye care for the whole family. We utilize the latest technology both during your examination and in our optical. We believe in providing the very best to our patients. We pride ourselves on excellent customer service and our staff is here to ensure that you have a positive experience both during and after your examination. We have an in-office Vision Therapy Clinic, we offer a custom Myopia control program, a designer frame gallery with the latest styles, we offer the best lenses on the market, and we provide a wide range of contact lenses. We are certified GX Sciences providers. This allows us to provide genetic testing to determine areas of genetic weaknesses that may lead to vision difficulties and recommended treatments to prevent genetic errors from expressing. We have proudly been serving the Prosper area since 2005
Dr. Kelvin Van Voorst
Dr. Kelvin Van Voorst was raised in Northwestern Iowa. He attended Iowa State University for his undergraduate degree in Biology and Pennsylvania College of Optometry for his Doctor of Optometry. His passion is fitting patients with specialty contact lenses and working with patients that have suffered from traumatic brain injury or those that have a history of strabismus and/or amblyopia. Specialty contact lenses are a great option for those patients that have prescriptions that fall outside the range of soft contact lenses due to high astigmatism. This also includes patients that have keratoconus or have had refractive eye surgeries, such as LASIK and PRK. Dr. Kelvin also specializes in Orthokeratology (also known as ortho-K or corneal molding) and myopia control. He is an active member in the Optometric Extension Foundation, College of Optometrists in Visual Development American Optometric Association, American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control, Texas Optometric Association, Northeastern Texas Optometric Association and Prosper Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Stacie Van Voorst
Dr. Stacie Van Voorst grew up in upstate New York. She received her Bachelor of Science at the University of Buffalo and her Doctor of Optometry from Pennsylvania College of Optometry in Philadelphia, PA. Although she performs eye examinations on patients of all ages, Dr. Stacie’s passion is working with children, especially those that struggle in school. With Vision Therapy and glasses, she is able to help both children and adults that suffer from strabismus, amblyopia, visual discomfort and/or difficulty at school. In addition, she works with patients that have suffered from traumatic brain injuries (concussions). She is an active member of the Optometric Extension Foundation, College of Optometrists in Visual Development, American Optometric Association, Texas Optometric Association, Northeastern Texas Optometric Association and Prosper Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Stacie is currently preparing for her Fellowship in the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.
After graduating from optometry school, Dr. Kelvin and Dr. Stacie moved to the Dallas area to be close to friends and family. They fell in love with the area and opened their practice in 2005.
Dr. Stacie and Dr. Kelvin are involved in giving back to the community through various committees. They are also active members in St. Paul’s Episcopal Church here in Prosper. They enjoy spending time with their two children, Ella and Luke.