Amanda Chamberlin, OD is licensed as both a therapeutic optometrist and an optometric glaucoma specialist. She is a native Texan but took a bit of a detour when she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Chemistry from Westmont College in 2015 in California. Afterwards, Dr. Chamberlin came back to Texas and completed her optometric education at the University of Houston, College of Optometry in 2019.
Throughout optometry school, Dr. Chamberlin was actively involved in volunteer work, providing vision screenings to nearby schools. She also earned her student fellowship with the American Academy of Optometry. During her diverse set of rotations, Dr. Chamberlin was able to gain valuable experience in ocular disease management, such as diabetic retinopathy, glaucoma, and macular degeneration, primary care optometry, pediatrics, contact lenses, dry eye disease, neurological eye disease, and eye care for patients with special needs.
After graduation, Dr. Chamberlin worked at a private practice before moving on to a local cataract and LASIK surgery center where she became experienced in cataract, LASIK, PRK, ICL, and glaucoma surgery pre- and post-op examinations. She is actively involved in the American Optometric Association, Texas Optometric Association, and the Tarrant County Optometric Society. Her optometric passions include working with children, treating patients’ dry eye disease, and helping every patient achieve and maintain their best and most comfortable vision.
When Dr. Chamberlin is not seeing patients, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Ryan, and their husky, Jasper. Her hobbies include reading, playing board games, traveling, cooking and baking, and spending time outside whether it is hiking, swimming, or just enjoying the outdoors.