Dr. Tod R. Davis earned a Bachelor of Science, pre-med biology, University of Oregon, a Doctor of Optometry, Southern California College of Optometry, and a post-doctoral fellowship with the Gesell Institute of Child Development, Yale University. He continues his post-doctoral education with up to 50 classroom hours per year.
He has lectured on visual processing disorders with a number of organizations including Society of European Optometry, Brussels, Belgium, National University, Irvine, CA., masters program in Special Education, and Loma Linda University, CA., masters program, School of PT. He regularly provides in-services to parent groups, educators, and other professionals. He is a member of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, the Optometric Extension Program, Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association, the American Optometric Association and the Virginia Optometric Association
Lectured to masters program students on post-trauma vision difficulties, specifically from head injury and stroke.
Lectured to masters program students in Special Education on visual processing disorders.
Lectured throughout Europe on diagnosis and management of visual processing disorders.
- Member of American Optometric Association,
- Optometric Extension Program
- Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation Association
- Past Member of Toastmasters International.
Dr. Amy Carlyle, formerly Dr. Warren, completed a one-year residency in ocular disease at Capital Eye consultants in Springfield, VA. This intensive training program gave her the skills and comfort level to manage a wide variety of eye diseases. Dr. Carlyle has chosen to specialize in the examination of partially sighted individuals and has been certified as a Low
Vision Examiner by the Virginia Department for the Blind and Vision Impaired (DBVI).In addition to onsite training and almost 15 years of experience in private practice, Dr. Carlyle has recently completed an intense education program in Vision Therapy and Vision Dysfunction given by the Optometric Extension Program.Dr. Carlyle has served as a guest lecturer and is an active member of her regional Battlefield Optometric Society. She is also a member of the Virginia Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association, where she participates in the AOA’s InfantSee Program which provides complimentary eye examinations to infants 6-12 months.Outside of optometry, she has been a children’s volunteer in her church for many years and is currently the Nursery Coordinator. She is a fan of outdoor recreation and met her love of a husband playing on a local co-ed softball team. God has given them four wonderful young children, so they have no problem staying active! A native of the New Jersey Shore and a beach bum at heart, Dr. Carlyle is blessed to be settled here in Virginia and have the opportunity to work alongside Dr. Davis in caring for the eye care needs of both children and adults.
Education & Honors:
- Fellow, American Academy of Optometry. 2000.
- O.D. New England College of Optometry. Boston, Mass. 1997.
- B.S. Honors Program, University of Miami. Miami, Fla.
Dr. Gregory L. Johnson earned his Doctorate of Optometry from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee, after earning his Bachelor’s of Science from Mississippi State University. He developed a fascination for Behavioral and Developmental Optometry and finished his education with his last clinical rotation at The Center for Vision Development in Paragould, Arkansas. His interest in vision began during high school after a chicken knocked his glasses off. The experience caused him to study vision more deeply and seek a career in behavioral and developmental vision. When not practicing optometry, Dr. Johnson loves to spend his time in the gym, putting puzzles together with his wife, and having family game nights.
Education & Honors:
- Doctorate of Optometry
- Southern College of Optometry – 2016
- Bachelor’s of Science – Cum Laude
- Dept of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Mississippi State University—2016