Dr. Taylor Rotz is a board certified Optometric Physician practicing in the Palm Beach area. A Pittsburgh native, Dr. Rotz moved to Fort Lauderdale, Florida to attend Nova Southeastern University where she graduated with honors and a Bachelor of Science in Biology. While there, she was also a collegiate athlete on the women’s softball team where the door was opened for her into the world of optometry and sports vision.
Dr. Rotz then stayed in Florida and attended Nova Southeastern’s College of Optometry where she was able to further explore her interests in specialized optometric care of disease, binocular vision disorders, and pediatrics. Following graduation, she completed a yearlong residency program focused on learning related and sports related vision issues, pediatric care, vision therapy, and brain injury related rehabilitation. She is now focusing her efforts on expanding the pediatric and vision therapy aspects of the office, while additionally managing ocular disease and primary care.
In addition to her residency, Dr. Rotz has also been educated and trained in various areas of Myopia Control management. During this process, she has become certified in custom corneal refractive therapy (CRT) lenses involved in reshaping the cornea to help limit and stabilize myopia. Dr. Rotz welcomes new patients and enjoys the opportunity to educate and serve the entire family with all of their eye care needs.
In her free time, Dr. Rotz loves spending time with family, friends, and her two dogs, Lucy and Rusty. She enjoys traveling and still loves playing sports such as softball, pickleball, and tennis.