Dr. Anna Claire Spradling

Dr. Anna Claire Spradling is a native of West Point, Mississippi, and alumna of the University of Alabama. She found her home in Franklin, Tennessee, after completing her residency in Primary Care with an emphasis in Pediatrics and Binoculary Vision at NSU College of Optometry in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Here, she cultivated her passion for vision therapy, treating patients with traumatic brain injury, neuro-development disorders, such as autism, and strabismus. She completed her optometry degree at the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee, on May 2018 and was recognized as one of ten Outstanding Clinicians in her class. She helps others enjoy the gift of sight by providing eye care to those in need beyond US borders, in Jamaica, Costa Rica, and Cuba.

Dr. Spradling loves spending time outdoors, especially when she is playing tennis, running, or relaxing by a beach. She enjoys playing with her wildly energetic nephews, traveling with her sister, and cheering on the Crimson Tide with her friends. She looks forward to treating each and every one of her patients with individualized, success-driven care.

Dawn Woodward- Practice Manager/Vision Therapist

Dawn, who is originally from Toledo, OH, moved to Murfreesboro, TN in 2007 with her husband and four children. She has worked in the healthcare and management industry for the past 20 years. Her training was done under the direction of doctors, giving her a special perspective. Her areas of medical experience include Ear, Nose & Throat, Dermatology, Plastic Surgery, Aesthetics and Vision Therapy. Her educational background is in Medical Billing & Coding, Medical Assisting and Healthcare Administration. Dawn joined The Center for Vision Development as the Practice Manager in 2016. In addition to her dedication to the successful growth and development of our office, she has a true passion for helping children as a Vision Therapist.

Chelsea Champion – Vision Therapist

Chelsea joined our team as a vision therapist in January 2019. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Spanish from Iona College in 2014. Since graduating, she has gained experience working with both adults and children in the mental health and education fields as a youth counselor, case manager, and teacher. Originally from Upstate New York, Chelsea has called Nashville home since 2016. She is passionate about helping clients reach their full potential and is hoping to translate this passion into a future career in occupational therapy.