Dr. Paul Hulse is a native of Fort Collins, Colorado. He studied at the University of Northern Colorado before completing his undergraduate degree in visual sciences at Pacific University. Dr. Hulse then went on to obtain his doctorate of Optometry from Pacific University in 2008.
Dr. Hulse interned at Indian Health Services in Yakima, Washington where he managed many patients with diabetic eye disease. He also interned at two practices focusing on management of vision problems after brain injury, pediatrics and vision therapy.
In pursuit of his passion, Dr. Paul Hulse completed a residency in vision rehabilitation at the State University of New York where he worked extensively with pediatric patients in the management of vision tracking and teaming disorders focusing on improving reading and school performance. He also worked with traumatic brain injury patients on problems ranging from double vision, visual field cuts, and motion hypersensitivity.
Upon returning to Colorado Dr. Hulse obtained hospital privileges at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital and the Northern Colorado Rehabilitation Hospital where he continued his work with traumatic brain injury patients. Dr. Hulse has published articles on brain injury as well as presenting a continuing education course to his optometric peers.
Paul enjoys spending time with his wife and two children as well as rock climbing, biking, hiking, camping and skiing.
— Lakewood Patient
“My appointment with Dr. Hulse was the best eye appointment I've ever had. He is easy going, punctual and professional. He explained everything he was doing and why he did it as well as making sure to answer any questions that I had. He was not condescending or impatient. I would give him 5 star bedside manner. His staff was very friendly and helpful. They make a fabulous team.”