Meet our highly professional, dedicated staff who will do everything they can to make sure your visit is a pleasant one.
Dr. Corinne Odineal graduated from University of California at Berkeley, School of Optometry with honors and has been practicing since 1985. She has had experience as a research optometrist for Cooper Vision, a contact lens company, has worked for an ophthalmologist, and has been in two private practices.
Currently her professional interests lie in family vision care, contact lenses and developmental optometry. Developmental optometry is a specialized field of optometry that is interested in preventative care and vision therapy to cure a wide variety of visual problems (i.e., crossed or turned eyes, amblyopia, poor tracking and focusing, reversal problems and other vision-related learning disorders.) Dr. Odineal also cares for the needs of patients with acquired brain injury. Her neuro-optometric care involves specialized testing, the use of rehabilitative lenses and prisms and visual therapy programs to rehabilitate these patients' visual needs. Dr. Odineal keeps up to date with her continuing education, has a therapeutic license to treat eye disease and takes many courses on developmental and behavioral optometry.
In 1998, Dr. Odineal had LASIK done on her own eyes by Dr. Richard Meister with post-surgical follow-up by Dr. Jeffrey Allgeier. She has a very positive personal experience and testimony to share with her patients interested in laser vision correction.
Dr. Odineal is the proud mother of her son David and her daughter Dana and the happy wife of Bob, her engineer scientist husband. She is active in her church, her children's schools, educating teachers about vision and keeping physically fit by running and weight lifting. She also has a passion for reading.
She is a member of AOA (American Optometric Association), COA (California Optometric Association and the local association (SVOS). She is also a member of OEP (Optometric Extension Program) and a Fellow of COVD (College of Optometrists in Vision Development). She is certified in CRT (Corneal Refractive Therapy), Glaucoma Treatment, Ocular Therapies and Neuro-optometric care.
Vision Therapist / Administrator
Jane Switzer-Meads is a California native and graduated from San Jose Bible College (now William Jessup University) with highest honors. She has a dual degree in Bible/Theology and business management.
Jane has been a Vision Therapist with Dr. Odineal since 2010. In addition to vision therapy Jane now handles all administrative duties at In Depth Vision. She continues her education in Vision Therapy by frequently attending classes and workshops. She is also member of College of Vision Development (COVD).
Jane is married to Kent, a Presbyterian Pastor, currently serving in Burlingame, CA. Together they have a home in Auburn filled with horses and dogs. Jane is an active member of the equestrian community, and she enjoys riding her mustang Profe in her spare time. Jane is also an avid reader; one of her favorite authors is Philip Yancey.
Katlin spent her childhood growing up in the wilderness of northeast Oregon on the back of a horse.
After a youth filled with competitive horse back riding and guiding rides in the backcountry, Katlin attended Utah State University. She went to Utah State on a prestigious natural resources
scholarship, which led to graduating Cum Laude with a Bachelor's of Science in Recreation Resource Management, complete with Service Learning Honors. She was also selected as the outstanding senior
in the Department of Environment and Society in the S.J. Quinney College of Natural Resources.
After graduating from Utah State University and spending time at home in Oregon, Katlin found herself settled in Auburn, California. Here, she found herself with the wonderful opportunity to work at In Depth Vision as a Vision Therapist.
Katlin is a member of the College of Vision Development (COVD). She continues her training as a vision therapist through workshops, conferences, and classes. Katlin devotes most of her free time to horseback riding and enjoying the great outdoors.
In Depth Vision optometry
3240 Professional Drive
AUBURN, CA 95602
Phone: (530) 830-7007
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