Cheryl G. Whitlow, O.D.
"I understand the value you put on quality service and personal attention. That's why I consistently focus on your needs. My patients can be assured they will benefit from the latest and best advancements in the field of eye care. My goal is your complete satisfaction."
An Advanced Education You Can Count On
"My top priority is to give you a quick and precise diagnosis of your eye problem and provide an effective, affordable treatment. My advanced education and more than ten years of experience have enabled me to give all our patients this outstanding care."
Doctor of Optometry: Indiana University School of Optometry
Residency Certification: In Pediatric Optometry and Vision Therapy, Southern College of Optometry, Memphis, TN
Licensed: In Diagnostic and Therapeutics by the Kentucky Optometric Board of Examiners, the Wisconsin Optometric Board of Examiners and the Tennessee Optometric Board of Examiniers
A Dedication to Better Eye Care
"I became an Optometrist not only because I wanted to help people with their vision problems, but because I find eye care truly fascinating. Any my wide range of continuing education has helped me stay on top of the latest developments in eye care."
Continuing Education: Diagnosis of ocular disease and therapeutics; contact lenses, including bifocal, astigmatism correction, and difficult cases; glaucoma management; pre- and postoperative cataract care; laser surgery; pre- and postoperative care for laser surgery; pediatric vision and vision therapy
Honored: As a member of Beta Sigma Kappa Optometric Honor Fraternity
An Active Leader, Publisher and Presenter
"I'm dedicated to eye care, and I feel strongly about the need to pass on the latest developments in my field. That's why I share my knowledge with other professionals and the public in as many ways as possible."
Former Clinical Instructor: Southern College of Optometry, Memphis, TN
Former Director: The Pediatric Eye Clinic at Memphis Mental Health Institute
Lecturer: At the Southeast Vision Training Forum, the Southern College of Optometry Residency Conference, the Southern College of Optometry, and numerous school educators and parents
Published: In Southeast Vision Training Forum Magazine, 1989
Research: At Indiana University School of Optometry