Meet Our Doctors
Dr. Bruce Wojciechowski - Founding Partner
Doctor of Optometry – 1981
Member of:College of Optometrists in Vision DevelopmentAmerican Optometric AssociationOptometric Extension ProgramNeuro-Optometric Rehabilitation AssociationBoard Member of Brain Injury Association of Oregon
“If the visual system was so simple that we could understand it, we would be so simple that we couldn’t see it.”– Dr. Bruce
Adjunct Professor for College of Optometry at Pacific University
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Dr. John Reski - Partner
Dr. Reski is a native of St. Paul Minnesota. He attended St. Olaf college and graduated with a degree in Chemistry. He received his doctorate degree at Pacific University’s College of Optometry. As of April 2015, he has completed his credentials to the College of Vision Development (COVD). Congrats Dr. John!
Outside the office, Dr. Reski enjoys cycling, playing his trumpet with local musicians, and competing in an indoor soccer league. He also recently completed his first triathlon.
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Dr. Macson Lee - Partner
I can speak Mandarin - 我会说普通话
Dr. Lee recently moved with his family to the Portland Metro Area from the San Francisco Bay Area. He attended University of California Los Angeles where he majored in Psychobiology and Accounting while minoring in Art History and Asian American Studies. He earned his doctorate in 2005 at the State University of New York and received the 2005 COVD Vision Therapy award. He then furthered his education and passion in vision therapy as a resident at SUNY’s Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation program. Dr. Lee has also received his Fellowship in College of Optometrists in Vision Development.
On his spare time, Dr. Lee enjoys hiking, exploring historic sites, painting, eating new cuisines and cooking new recipes with his family. Lately, his 2 year old daughter has been keeping him busy touring all the playgrounds in Portland. He also loves to travel. He has scaled Cambodia’s Angkor Wat’s walls to swimming in Croatia’s coast and even volunteering in the countryside of Guatemala, and much more. If you are interested in food and travel, you will have an endless conversation with him.
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Dr. Rachel Jorgensen
Dr. Rachel was born and raised in Huron, SD. She attended South Dakota State University where she met her husband. She graduated with a bachelor of science in biology and went on to receive her doctorate at Pacific University College of Optometry. As of April 2015, she has completed her credentials to the College of Vision Development (COVD). Congrats Dr. Rachel!
Outside the office, Dr. Rachel enjoys spending time with her family. They enjoy hiking, riding bikes, camping and watching movies. She also enjoys scrap booking and quilting.
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Dr. Julia Sirianni, OD, FCOVD
I can sign ASL
Dr. Julia Sirianni is an optometrist working at NWECP. She grew up just south of Portland, Oregon and attended Southern Oregon University. She is a graduate of Pacific University College of Optometry and received VSP’s Primary Care Student Award. Dr. Julia spent some of her fourth year of optometry school working with Dr. Bruce and the NWECP’s team. She especially enjoys working with pediatric patients.
When she is not peering into patient’s eyes, she enjoys volunteering in the ministry, working on her garden and playing with her pets. She is currently learning how to knit.
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Dr. Elizabeth Powers
Dr. Elizabeth finished her vision therapy residency in June of 2018. She is now an associate doctor and will assisting in opening our newest location: Hillsboro. She gets to do a little of everything: from seeing patients who have suffered from brain injury, to routine and pediatric eye exams, to working one-on-one with amazing patients in the vision rehabilitation department. Elizabeth earned her doctorate from Pacific University College of Optometry, and received the Dean’s Award and the Tole Greenstein Award for Binocular Vision and Vision Therapy in 2017.
She lives with her husband near Forest Grove, where she loves to spend time relaxing in the country, volunteering at farmer’s markets, playing music with friends, and drinking copious amounts of coffee.
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Dr. Kevin Dittlinger
Dr. Kevin grew up in a small town in Southeast Missouri and attended optometry school at the University of Missouri – St. Louis College of Optometry (UMSL), where he received the Good-Lite Award for Excellence in Pediatric Optometry upon graduation in 2018. He also completed his residency at UMSL in Pediatrics and Binocular Vision in 2019. During his residency, he spent many days at St. Louis Children’s Hospital helping to comanage difficult pediatric cases alongside ophthalmologists and optometrists. Dr. Kevin’s professional interests include pediatric eye care and sports/performance vision.
In his free time, Dr. Kevin enjoys anything sports. He will always be a St. Louis Cardinals and St. Louis Blues fan, but is looking forward to cheering on the Trailblazers and Timbers. He enjoys playing basketball, soccer, and sand volleyball in his free time. He also enjoys spending weekends hiking and camping with his wife Brianna, dog Baloo, and cat Mowgli.
Dr. Daniel Sims
Dr. Sims is a naturopathic physician and physical therapist. He has taught naturopathic manipulation and other courses at NUNM (the naturopathic medical school in Portland Oregon). His clinical focus is holistic and includes: craniosacral therapy and other gentle manual therapy techniques; Homeopathy and Mindfulness/meditation along with many other modalities of care included in his rehabilitation focus to naturopathic physical medicine and physical therapy.
We are excited to add Dr. Sims into the rehabilitative family in the latter part of 2019.
Dr. Christy Alfano
Dr. Christy: is one of the pediatric optometry and vision rehabilitation residents at Northwest Eye Care Professionals. She grew up in Orlando, FL and is new to the Pacific Northwest. She attended the University of Central Florida in Orlando and graduated with a degree in Biomedical Sciences. She then moved to Memphis, TN to earn her doctorate at Southern College of Optometry in 2020. Christy is excited to learn more about the management of pediatric and brain injury patients and to work with these patients one-on-one in vision therapy.
In her free time, she enjoys cooking, baking, hiking, and exploring new email@example.com