Dr. Chamberlin is a DFW native from McKinney, Texas. She attended Prestonwood Christian Academy in Plano for elementary, middle, and high school. Next, she wanted a change of scenery, so she moved to
Santa Barbara, California, where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and Chemistry from
Westmont College in 2015.
While in California, she frequently volunteered at the local hospital and elementary school, in-between visits to the beach of course! Ready for another change, Dr. Chamberlin moved back to Texas to complete her optometric education at the University of Houston, College of Optometry, where she graduated in 2019. During her time there, she interned at a private practice in Austin, deepening her knowledge in primary care optometry, myopia control, contact lenses, and many other areas.
Her next internship was in Houston, where she rotated through specialty clinics such as the Special Needs and Pediatric Service, Multiple Sclerosis Eye Care Service, and the Center for Sight Enhancement. She was also hand-picked for a rotation in the Dry Eye Service. Her final internship was in Fort Worth. At the Fort Worth clinic, she gained experience in ocular disease management, such as diabetic retinopathy and glaucoma, while providing care to the underserved population.
Dr. Chamberlin is currently licensed as a therapeutic optometrist, but she will soon become a glaucoma
Her optometric passions include working with children, treating patients’ dry eye disease, and helping every patient achieve and maintain their best vision. She plans to start a Myopia Control clinic here at Lakeside Vision.
When Dr. Chamberlin is not seeing patients, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Ryan, and their husky, Jasper. Her hobbies include playing board games, traveling, cooking and baking, and spending time outside whether it is hiking, swimming, or just enjoying the outdoors. She also currently volunteers at Texas Husky Rescue, where she helps with social media, fostering, and transporting huskies.