Eye care professionals are trained specialists who understand how the human eye actually works, as well as eye diseases and conditions that affect your vision. Many eye conditions do not always have clear symptoms. Eye doctors understand how age and risk factors affect vision over time for young and old, and they know the benefits and aspects of corrective lenses, both as eyeglass lenses and contact lenses.
Our optometrists take the time to explain the results of your eye exam, describe your options and listen to your eye care needs. Maintaining good eye health is a continuing partnership, we welcome all your questions and ask that you share your health information with us. This information could be essential to monitoring, diagnosing and treating potential eye problems.
Dr. Jennifer E. Davis
Doctor of Optometry
Dr. Jennifer Davis is the owner of Vision Tech Optometry Center and is grateful to work with an amazing team of professionals. She prides herself in giving excellent patient care and considers it a privilege to take care of patients of all ages having all types of ocular and visual needs. She has a special interest in orthokeratology as it pertains to myopia control for children. Dr. Davis treats patients with compassion and respect and is a big believer in utilizing advanced technology to manage, treat, and educate her patients.
Dr. Davis was raised in Texas and graduated with honors from the University of Texas at Austin in 1997. She graduated with her doctorate from the University of Houston College of Optometry in 2001. Her career began in private practice in Colorado where she served as President of both the Southern Colorado Optometric Society and the Vision & Learning Forum. She also served on the Board of Directors for the Colorado Optometric Center and several committees for the Colorado Optometric Association. In 2004, Dr. Davis was selected as Colorado’s Young Optometrist of the Year.
Dr. Davis has lectured nationally on topics related to contact lenses and anterior segment disease. As the fifth optometrist in the United States to earn the designation of Certified Medical Investigator, Level IV, Dr. Davis enjoys lecturing to law enforcement officers and prosecutors on vision-related traffic safety and horizontal gaze nystagmus. She is member of the Waynesboro Police Foundation. She served six years on the Board of Trustees for the Virginia Optometric Association (VOA) and continues to stay active in the VOA committee structure. Dr. Davis is a Fellow in the Virginia Academy of Optometry. She is the Virginia representative for the American Optometric Association’s Political Action Committee and serves as a legislative keyperson for the VOA. She is a visiting Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at the University of Virginia, and a previous member of Alcon’s Speakers’ Alliance. Dr. Davis was selected as Virginia’s Young Optometrist of the Year in 2007.
Dr. Davis is a member of the Waynesboro Lions Club and enjoys being active and involved in her community. She and her husband, Taylor, are high school sweethearts and have two wonderful boys, Jackson and Rowen. Outside of the office, Dr. Davis loves spending time with her family and friends. She also enjoys music, traveling, and outdoor activities such as hiking and golf.
Dr. Mark D. Rodammer
Doctor of Optometry
Dr. Mark D. Rodammer graduated with honors from the Michigan College of Optometry at Ferris State University in 1986. He began his career working at an ophthalmology practice in Flint, Michigan. In 1990, he moved to Waynesboro to take over a local private practice where he enjoyed serving patients until 2007. He explored affiliation with a corporate entity, but soon realized he greatly missed the private practice setting. From 2010-2017, Dr. Rodammer went back to working in the private setting in Lynchburg, Virginia. When the opportunity arose for him to return to Waynesboro, he was beyond excited to come back to the area and resume caring for the patients he so dearly missed.
Dr. Rodammer’s philosophy is to thoroughly care for patients in a compassionate manner. He has a true desire to help patients using the latest technology to improve their quality of life. Dr. Rodammer manages several eye diseases, such as glaucoma and macular degeneration, and works closely with the best surgeons who can assist should the need arise.
Dr. Rodammer has a wife, Therese, and two sons, Nick and Noah. His children were born in Waynesboro and educated in the Waynesboro School District. Dr. Rodammer and his wife reside in Fishersville. He loves watching college football and is an avid University of Michigan fan.
Dr. Kathleen Clark
Doctor of Optometry
Dr. Kathleen Clark graduated with honors from Indiana University School of Optometry in 1977. In 1979, Dr. Clark co-founded Family Vision Care, a private practice in Charlottesville, Virginia. Thirty-six years later, her practice affiliated with a corporate entity… soon after Dr. Clark realized her model of caring for patients was better suited for private practice and she has recently retired from the corporate setting.
We are thrilled to announce that in April 2018, Dr. Clark will be joining our team at Vision Tech Optometry Center! She has long admired our approach of “Modern Eye Care, Old Fashion Caring” and looks forward to continuing to provide general eye exams as well as specialized VES (vision enhancement services) exams in Waynesboro. Dr. Clark owns and operates Insight Vision Therapy located in Charlottesville where she and all of the doctors at Vision Tech Optometry Center will continue referring patients who may benefit from vision therapy.
Early on in her training, Dr. Clark recognized the positive impact vision therapy made in the lives of her patients. She earned her certification as a member of The College of Optometrists of Vision Development (COVD). She offers state-of-the-art services in behavioral and developmental vision care, vision therapy, and neuro-optometric rehabilitation. Dr. Clark’s training is based on the principle that vision can be developed and changed, and that good vision is developed through a learned process. Patients who may benefit from vision therapy include children with vision related learning problems, as well as those having a “lazy eye”, closed head injuries, concussion, or stroke. Athletes who want to improve eye-hand coordination and reaction time may also benefit from vision therapy. She is an active member of COVD, as well as the Optometric Extension Program and the Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation Association.
When our local Woodrow Wilson Rehabilitation Center (WWRC) housed a vision clinic, Dr. Clark examined patients there from 1992-1996. Thereafter and currently, WWRC refers patients directly to her. Dr. Clark has taught courses at The University of Auckland in New Zealand. She lectures nationally and currently serves as a research consultant and clinical investigator in Phase II of the ICare Study, which is funded through the National Institute of Health.
Dr. Clark is married to Greg Gelburd, DO, a family physician in Charlottesville. They have five wonderful daughters who love and delight in each other. Dr. Clark has traveled many times to Haiti and Honduras for medical mission trips. She enjoys traveling and feels it a true blessing to serve others. She and her six siblings grew up on Lake Fenton in Michigan. Always happy around water, Dr. Clark enjoys swimming, stand up paddle board, kayaking and sailing. Above all, she loves spending time with her grandson, Oscar.