Dr. Bradford Murray is a graduate from Southern California College of Optometry (SCCO). For over 28 years, he has provided optometric care with an emphasis on development and vision therapy, helping thousands of patients “improve their lives through their eyes”. He has lectured extensively over the years at many local schools, clubs, and organizations, and has been featured in local newspapers and on TV, even on ESPN at one point, for his work with Santa Clara University’s Baseball team.
Dr. Murray is an active member of the American Optometric Association (AOA), California Optometric Association (COA), as well as specialty groups including the College of Vision Development (COVD), Optometric Extension Program (OEP), and the Sports Vision Section of the AOA.
He is based in Northern California where he is the director of Lighthouse Optometric Vision Performance Center, as well as, co-founder of Sensory Speed Inc., a sports vision & performance training program designed to improve student-athletes both on the field and in the classroom. Sensory Speed works with teams and individual athletes of all sports, ages and level of play.
Dr. Murray relates well to his patients because he had significant vision problems that affected him in both school and sports. Therefore, he understands the struggles his patients face under the high visual demands placed upon them in school, and on the athletic field, and has a passion to help them.