Dr. Heather McBryar

Has hospital privileges at Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation
Is a co-founder of the Chattanooga Area Low Vision Network
Lectures extensively on the topics of neuro-optometric rehabilitation and low vision
Runs her optometry practice, Amplify EyeCare Chattanooga, which is a performance center of NIH/NEI funded Johns Hopkins research study: Comparative Studies of Low Vision Rehabilitative Outcome Measures.

Dr. McBryar runs a specialty optometry practice, Amplify EyeCare Chattanooga, located in Hixson, Tennessee. She graduated with honors from Nova Southeastern University College of Optometry and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Optometry (ABO). Dr. McBryar specializes in the fields of developmental optometry, vision therapy and low vision.

Amplify EyeCare Chattanooga
(423) 321-8233
1043 Executive Dr Ste. 101 Hixson TN 37343
(423) 321-8325

Dr. McBryar’s journey toward her current profession as an optometrist began at a young age. When her mother noticed she was having a bit of difficulty watching television, she brought her to a pediatric optometrist to get checked out. Despite some initial nervousness, she had an extremely positive experience and decided then and there that she wanted to become an eye doctor.

Additionally, she later became aware that there was a vision condition that ran in her family, and saw her relatives struggle with it. This only increased her passion to go into optometry and help others.

While working for an optometrist in college (the same one who initially inspired her), the future Dr. McBryar was asked to do developmental vision testing on a child patient. She again quickly fell in love with the ideas of vision therapy and developmental vision care. By the time she started optometry school she already knew with certainty, that these were the areas upon which she would focus. After she graduated, she went directly into practicing pediatric optometry and vision therapy.

American Board of Optometry (ABO)
College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD)
Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA)
Candidate for Fellowship

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