Denise Spears Roddy, O.D., Diplomate-ABO
Dr. Denise Roddy graduated with honors from Northeastern State University College of Optometry in 1988. She was awarded the Bausch & Lomb Award for Excellence in Academic Achievement in Contact Lenses. She was active in many student government roles and was named one of the top ten outstanding seniors for NSU. She has served as NSU Alumni Board President and since 2010 has been on the NSU Foundation Board of Directors, serving as President in 2016-2018.
Dr. Roddy was named Oklahoma OD of the year in 2012 by the OAOP for outstanding service to the profession and her patients. She has served her profession on the state level and on a federal committee of AOA.
Dr. Roddy's passion in the office is restoring hope to people who have lost vision due to disease or injury with medically necessary contact lenses. She is recognized by her peers and ophthalmologists in the Tulsa area as a leading provider for contacts for keratonconus, corneal transplants, and eye injuries.
Dr. Grace Young is originally from Toronto, Canada. She received her B.Sc degree in Biomedical Sciences from University of Waterloo and earned her Doctorate in Optometry in 2014 from the University of the Incarnate Word Rosenberg School of Optometry in San Antonio, Texas. She has experience in an ophthalmology-optometry clinic providing pre- and post-surgical care for cataract and LASIK patients, general eye examinations for glasses and contacts, pediatric eye care, as well as diagnosing and managing ocular diseases including glaucoma and macular degeneration.
Dr. Young and her husband, an allergist with the Warren Clinic, moved to Tulsa in 2019 with their toddler son. She loves to travel and is a foodie. She speaks English, Cantonese, and some Spanish. Dr. Young has also been involved in providing care to underserved populations in Mexico, China, Peru, as well as local communities in the United States. She is an active member of the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians.