Britney Caruso, O.D.
Doctor of Optometry
Doctor Britney Caruso has a true passion for treating eye problems using both conventional and integrative medicine. Her desire to become educated in holistic medicine began when she experienced a potentially blinding vision condition that affects only one in 100,000 people called peripheral retina vasculitis. After conventional drugs failed to completely resolve the problem, Dr. Caruso turned to diet and lifestyle changes. At this point, her peripheral retina vasculitis is resolved. While engaging in these lifestyle changes, she realized that she could help her patients in a similar way using traditional and holistic medicine.
Dr. Britney Caruso has a doctorate of optometry from the Illinois College of Optometry and attended Boston College where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology/Pre-Med. She is currently a member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) and is working towards her Fellowship in Metabolic and Nutritional Medicine. Dr. Britney Caruso is also working towards her Masters of Science in Integrative Medicine at George Washington University. Additionally, she is a candidate to be a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry (FAAO), one of the most prestigious recognitions attainable by an optometrist.
She also serves as a treasurer of the Palm Beach Optometric Association, was awarded the "Spirit Award" while working at the Rand Eye Institute which was given to the employee with the most enthusiasm and spirit, and she volunteers giving free eye exams to the less fortunate at the Community Health Center of West Palm Beach. Dr. Britney Caruso believes that everything happens for a reason and her sight threatening experience is be a blessing in disguise which enables her to help change the lives of her patients.
Caruso Eye Care is conveniently located next to Target Optical where you can find top of the line, name brand glasses such as Ray-Ban, Dolce/Gabana, Armani Exchange, Coach, and Vogue. You can also find a wide selection of children's frames from brands such as Ray-Ban Kids.