Panorama of the front office

At InSight Vision Therapy, our mission is to develop and improve our patients’ lifelong visual function

Our doctor provides thorough binocular vision and visual-perceptual evaluations in a friendly, comfortable atmosphere. We are the only exclusive Vision Therapy specialty practice in Southern Oregon, and we look forward to diagnosing and treating patients with binocular vision and visual-neurological conditions.

~ Meet the Staff ~

Photo of Dr. Joanna Carter Dr. Joanna Carter Doctor of Optometry

Dr. Joanna Carter grew up outside of Portland, Oregon and graduated from Gladstone High School. She received her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Linfield College and her Optometry Degree from Pacific University College of Optometry. While in Optometry school, Dr. Carter improved her Spanish-speaking skills through several missions trips to Mexico and Guatemala.

Dr. Carter has post-graduate training in vision therapy, which improves the communication between the eyes and the brain. With therapy, her patients noticed improvements such as: visual clarity and comfort, ease and independence with academics, better eye-hand coordination and improved 3-D vision.

Dr. Carter and her husband Kyle have three busy children: Caroline, Bethany and Boston. They are a “divided household” – Dr. Carter and Bethany are Oregon Ducks fans while Kyle, Caroline and Boston root for the Oregon State Beavers. Dr. Carter also enjoys scrapbooking and fellowship with friends.

Photo of Amanda Roselip Amanda Roselip Vision Therapist

Amanda grew up here in the Rogue Valley and graduated from South Medford high school. She attended college at Northwest University in Kirkland WA, where she studied music education. After college, she decided to apply her love of teaching and helping kids in a more physical setting, and spent the better part of 10 years as a gymnastic/dance coach. While working with the younger kids, she became very interested in early childhood development. This led her to help design and run a program that gave kids the opportunity to develop their gross and fine motor skills as well as providing the environment to grow emotionally and socially.

Amanda left coaching in 2016 to be an optometric technician. She loved the challenge of learning something new and completely different, but she missed working with and helping kids. She is so excited to be part of the InSight Vision Therapy team and feels this is a great blend of her background and skills.

Amanda has one daughter, Evy. Together, they love baking, painting, various arts and crafts, and going to the theater (especially musical theater).

Photo of Michelle Johnston Michelle Johnston Office Coordinator

Michelle was born and raised in the Rogue Valley and graduated from Crater High School. She worked for 12 years at a local early learning/elementary school as a teacher, an aide, and as the Assistant Director. She most recently worked as a Receptionist/Office Manager for an optometrist for almost two years and enjoyed the challenge of learning something completely new. She feels these experiences have prepared her for her position with the InSight Vision Therapy team and is excited for this new journey!

Michelle is married and has two daughters, Sarah and Rachel. She enjoys reading and spending time with her family.

Photo of Elizabeth Moore Elizabeth Moore Front Office Coordinator

Elizabeth has lived in Southern Oregon her entire life. She greatly enjoys volunteering time through mission trips, serving at Joni and Friends disability ministry, and acting as a girls’ counselor for Wilderness Trails, a ministry centered towards serving underprivileged youth.

She will be attending Southern Oregon University in the Fall of 2021 and plans to major in Psychology. A violinist for eight years, Elizabeth participates in the Youth Symphony of Southern Oregon and Siskiyou Violins. For the past two years, Elizabeth has been learning American Sign Language and is excited by any chance she gets to practice the language.

In her free time, she enjoys hiking, reading, and traveling. Elizabeth is excited to have recently joined the team at InSight Vision Therapy where she hopes to serve our community further.