Dr. Kevin Huff completed his optometric degree at the Southern California College of Optometry, where he graduated magna cum laude and earned acceptance into the Beta Sigma Kappa honorary society. He received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Arizona, which he attended on a baseball scholarship.
In addition to his expertise in general optometry, Dr. Huff served as clinical adjunct faculty for the Southern California College of Optometry, training fourth year optometric interns in Ocular Disease Management and Low Vision Rehabilitation. Dr. Huff has lectured extensively both locally and nationally on the management of patients who are blind or visually impaired.
Dr. Huff has an extensive background in contact lens fitting. He enjoys helping patients to eliminate their dependence on glasses through the use of contact lens fitting techniques, including monovision, multifocal lenses, and scleral lenses.
Dr. Huff played college baseball and has several family members who played professional sports. This led him to develop a special interest in sports vision. He works with athletes at all levels, from the weekend warrior to the professional. He strives to help them achieve their peak performance by fitting them with the latest technology available in glasses, contacts, and discussing options for refractive surgery.
Dr. Huff is a native Arizonan, growing up just miles away from the Tozer Eye Center. He enjoys spending his free time with his wife and two daughters. His current professional memberships include the American Optometric Association and the Arizona Optometric Association.