Dr. Megan Ford
Dr. Megan N. Ford is a Developmental Optometrist, Board Certified in Pediatrics/Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation. Dr. Ford served as staff-optometrist for rehabilitation hospitals and is educated in treating patients who have vision problems resulting from strokes and head injuries.
At South Tulsa Vision Development Center, Dr. Ford diagnoses and treats binocular vision difficulties such as double vision, tracking problems, headaches, lazy (or turned) eyes, or difficulties with depth perception. Dr. Ford is active in the American Optometric Association, Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians, and the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.
Tulsa, OK native, Dr. Ford attained her Bachelor of Science Degree in Microbiology from Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. Dr. Ford received her Doctorate of Optometry from Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry in Tahlequah, and completed a residency in pediatrics/vision therapy and rehabilitation vision through Southern College of Optometry at Child and Family Eye Care in Wichita, KS.
Dr. Ford completed a residency in Wichita, KS at a well-known vision development center. During her time in Wichita, she successfully treated a wide range of special needs including; patients with learning-related vision problems to vision difficulties caused by acquired brain injury.
Sylvia Renfro, Vision Therapist
Sylvia Renfro is an optometric vision therapist at South Tulsa Vision Development Center. Sylvia comes to our clinic with six years of vision therapy training, as well as numerous hours of academic training through Tulsa Community College and the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. Sylvia is always continuing her education and knowledge in vision therapy and is currently completing her certification through the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. Once the certification is completed, she will be one of the few Certified Optometric Vision Therapists in the Country.
Sylvia grew up in Mannford, OK and loves to read, cook, attend sporting events and concerts, but especially loves spending time with her nieces and nephew. Sylvia says, “I love being a vision therapist, knowing you’re changing someone’s point of view of the world around them and/or making them successful in something they normally would struggle with, is like no other feeling!”
We are extremely grateful to have Sylvia on our team. We value the experiences she has obtained in her years of training, her passion for helping and educating others, and her desire to continue growing in the Optometric Vision Therapy Field.