Our doctors


Dr. Adam Parker

Dr. Adam Parker is a native of Virginia Beach, VA and graduated from Virginia Tech with a Bachelor's degree and then Doctorate from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in Philadelphia, PA in 2002.

Outside of Optometry Dr. Parker enjoys fishing, woodworking, and spending time with his wife Dr. Megan Parker, daughter, and son.  He also develops software and websites - including this website.

  • Past President / Member: Virginia Optometric Association
  • Past President / Member: Richmond Optometric Society
  • Fellow: Virginia Academy of Optometry
  • Member: Southern Council of Optometrists
  • Young Virginia Optometrist of the Year (2009)
  • Virginia Optometrist of the Year (2018)
  • Virginia Keyperson of the Year (2020)

Dr. Megan Parker

Dr. Megan Parker is a native of DuBois, PA and graduated from Lycoming College with a Bachelor's degree and then with a Doctorate from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in Philadelphia, PA in 2001.

Outside of Optometry Dr. Parker enjoys spending time with her husband Dr. Adam Parker, daughter, and son.  She is active in her childrens' PTA and has the best laugh in the office by far.

  • Member: Virginia Optometric Association
  • Member: Richmond Optometric Society
  • Member: Southern Council of Optometrists


Welcome Dr. Amanda Giulietti!

Dr. Amanda Giulietti (pronounced "Julie-Eddie") graduated Magna Cum Laude from Clemson University in Clemson, South Carolina, with a Bachelors Degree of Arts in Biological Sciences and a Religion minor. She received her Doctorate in Optometry also with Magna Cum Laude honors, from the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee.

Dr. Giulietti is licensed and therapeutic certified to treat eye diseases by the Virginia Board of Optometry and practices with an emphasis on specialty contact lenses including scleral lenses.

Outside of Optometry, Dr. Giulietti enjoys running, traveling, and listening to live music.

  • Member: Virginia Optometric Association
  • Member: Richmond Optometric Society
  • Member: Southern Council of Optometrists


Dr. Roxann Robinson

Dr. Robinson sadly retired from Optometry December, 2020

Dear patients,

I wanted to send you a note to say “thank you” for all the years that I have been able to provide you, your family and friends with eye care. In December, I decided that it was time to retire from Optometry and it has taken me a while to find the words to let you know how much I appreciate each and every one of you. You are so much more than patients. You are my friends and “family”. I have shared so many moments with you over my 37 years in practice. Staff used to laugh that I should call the practice More than Eyes Optometry because I celebrated births, weddings, new jobs and cried with you over losses and illness. So often we just talked because we could.

I have left the practice in great hands. Drs. Adam and Megan Parker and Dr. Amanda Giulietti are excellent doctors, as many of you know, and they will continue to provide you with outstanding care.

I will miss seeing you and I hope that when you see me out in the community you will say hello.

Wishing you all the best,
Dr. Roxann


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