With a high level of commitment to her patients, Dr. Montecalvo strives to provide the very best cutting edge optometric services. With 30 years of specialized certification in optometric vision therapy, Dr. Montecalvo's expertise makes her a highly sought after practitioner and lecturer. She has dedicated her life to helping adults and children overcome their vision problems.
Besides private practice, Dr. Montecalvo is Past-President of the Ohio Optometric Association, Chair of the American Optometric Association Vision Rehabilitation Section, Past President of the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association and Associate Clinical Educator for Western College of Optometry and the Ohio State University College of Optoemtry.
Dr. Montecalvo frequently lectures internationally to general and developmental optometrists about neuro-optometric rehabilitation, optometric vision therapy and therapeutic lens prescribing.
Brenda Montecalvo, OD, FCOVD, FAAO is enjoying her 30th year of providing primary care optometry to her patients in a private practice setting. Besides presenting the Cedarville Seminar Series for Optometric Vision Therapy (OVT), she is a passionate, sought-after international lecturer in the areas of neuro-optometric rehabilitation (NOR), strabismus, amblyopia, OVT, prescribing of therapeutic lenses, preventive eye care, and practice management (PM). She is a co-author of the American Optometric Association (AOA) Brain Injury Electronic Resource Manual and has authored several articles about NOR, OVT and PM. Dr. Montecalvo is Chair of the AOA Vision Rehabilitation Section (VRS) and member of the AOA VRS Brain Injury Committee. She is Past-President of the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA), Past-President of the Ohio Optometric Association, Co-Chair of the John Streff Invitational Lens Symposium, and trustee of the Vision Leads Foundation. She is a Clinical Associate Professor for Western College of Optometry and The Ohio State University College of Optometry. Dr. Montecalvo is a Fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development, Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry, and has achieved Skill Level II in NORA. She graduated with distinction from Pacific University College of Optometry. Dr. Montecalvo's interests include enjoying time with her three adult children, being active in her church, gardening, and running a horse farm with her husband, Anthony.