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Dr. Sharon Berger

Dr. Sharon Berger has been in private practice at Roswell Eye Clinic since 1980. She is the owner of a 6 doctor practice that includes Dr. William Moscow (husband), Dr. Scott Moscow (son) and Dr. Michelle Moscow (daughter).

Dr. Berger is a Member of the American Optometric Association, Georgia Optometric Association, Optometric Extension Program and College of Optometrist in Vision Development (COVD). She received her fellowship in COVD in 1983.

She served as the first chairperson for Infant and Children’s Vision Committee of Georgia (2004-2005), State Director for COVD (approximately 15 years) and a Trustee for Southern College of Optometry (2008-2017). Additionally, she has served on the advisory boards for the Porter School and Chrysalis School, in Roswell, Georgia. She is currently serving as a Trustee for the Georgia Optometric Association.

Dr. Berger has given various lectures to parents, teachers, counselors, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapists, Speech Pathologists, support groups and rehabilitation centers. She regularly lecturers on Vision Advance Practice at Brenau University’s Occupational Therapy program.

Dr. Berger has authored a chapter in Vision and Sensory Integration and published an article on vision and learning for Kids Enabled Magazine. Additionally, she has been interviewed for various newspaper articles regarding vision therapy in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and for local television stories on vision. Dr. Berger is also featured in a Web MD video about vision therapy and amblyopia.

In her spare time, Dr. Berger volunteers with Special Olympics, Lions Club, Vision USA, Infant See and Lighthouse for the Blind.

Dr. Sharon Berger

Dr. Sharon Berger has been in private practice at Roswell Eye Clinic since 1980. She is the owner of a 6 doctor practice that includes Dr. William Moscow (husband), Dr. Scott Moscow (son) and Dr. Michelle Moscow (daughter).

Dr. Berger is a Member of the American Optometric Association, Georgia Optometric Association, Optometric Extension Program and College of Optometrist in Vision Development (COVD). She received her fellowship in COVD in 1983.

She served as the first chairperson for Infant and Children’s Vision Committee of Georgia (2004-2005), State Director for COVD (approximately 15 years) and a Trustee for Southern College of Optometry (2008-2017). Additionally, she has served on the advisory boards for the Porter School and Chrysalis School, in Roswell, Georgia. She is currently serving as a Trustee for the Georgia Optometric Association.

Dr. Berger has given various lectures to parents, teachers, counselors, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapists, Speech Pathologists, support groups and rehabilitation centers. She regularly lecturers on Vision Advance Practice at Brenau University’s Occupational Therapy program.

Dr. Berger has authored a chapter in Vision and Sensory Integration and published an article on vision and learning for Kids Enabled Magazine. Additionally, she has been interviewed for various newspaper articles regarding vision therapy in The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and for local television stories on vision. Dr. Berger is also featured in a Web MD video about vision therapy and amblyopia.

In her spare time, Dr. Berger volunteers with Special Olympics, Lions Club, Vision USA, Infant See and Lighthouse for the Blind.