Dr. Nathan Davis is an Optometric Physician who specializes in Vision Therapy, specialty contact lens fittings – including Corneal Reshaping Therapy (CRT), Macular Degeneration, managing ocular effects of systemic conditions such as Diabetes, as well as other pathology. Dr. Davis is passionate about optimal eye care for the entire family. He believes vision is one of our greatest gifts, and he is passionate about preserving and enhancing that gift in each of his patients.
He received a Bachelor of Science from the University of North Carolina, where he also played on the JV basketball team and was a member of the varsity practice squad. Dr. Davis graduated cum laude from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee, and was named to the Beta Sigma Kappa honor society. His rotations at the school included ocular disease, contact lens fitting, and vision therapy, in addition to full scope primary optometric care. He attended two additional rotations, focusing on full scope contact lens care and ocular disease, at a private practice in Whiteville, NC, and the prestigious National Naval Medical Center in Washington, DC.
Dr. Davis’ post-graduate studies include specializations in many different types of contact lens fittings, including Corneal Reshaping Therapy (CRT). Dr. Davis is currently undergoing fellowship certification with the College of Optometrists in Visual Development, which is the highest level of certification for specialists in vision therapy.
He is an active member of several local and national Optometric Associations, including the American Optometric Association, the North Carolina State Optometric Associatiion, College of Optometrists in Vision Development and the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitative Association.
In his free time, Dr. Davis enjoys pulling for the Heels and most outdoor activities. He is passionate about being involved in the community and has been an active member in Kiwanis. He has participated in local and international mission trips including VOSH, which provides eye exams and glasses to underdeveloped nations.