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Dr. James

Dr. David James

Dr. David James is originally from Brodhead, Wisconsin and was raised in Oconomowoc. He received his Optometric degree from the Ohio State University College of Optometry in 1979 after going to undergrad at Carthage College. Dr. James' specialties are contact lenses, sports vision, and geriatrics. He is active in the local community and is an enthusiastic participant in golf, tennis, and scuba diving. He has been President of the Wisconsin Optometric Association and was the "Optometrist of the Year" in Wisconsin in 1996.


Dr. Enyart

Dr. Callie Enyart

Dr. Callie Enyart ("Dr. Callie") received her Optometric degree from the Illinois College of Optometry in 2001 after receiving her bachelor's degree from Luther College. She specializes in treating and managing eye diseases, specialty contact lenses and pediatric vision. She enjoys being involved in Rotary club, volunteers at a free eye clinic in Milwaukee and performs free eye care for the Circle of Love project to help Ukrainian children affected by the Chernobyl explosion. She served as the President of the Wisconsin Optometric Association in 2016 and was Young Optometrist of the Year in 2011. In her free time she stays busy snow skiing, wake-boarding, fishing and camping with her husband Erik and daughter Ruby.


Dr. Enyart

Dr. Max Melberg

Dr. is a native of Chippewa Falls, WI and a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. After cheering on the Badgers for four years he moved to Memphis, TN to listen to blues music and attend the Southern College of Optometry. Dr. Melberg completed internships at River Valley Eye Professionals in Northfield, MN and at the James Lovell Federal Health Care Center in Great Lakes, IL. After graduating cum laude, he is excited to return to the Madison area and work with Drs. James and Enyart. In his off-time Dr. Melberg enjoys playing golf and taking care of his 5 month old yellow lab puppy Giannis. Dr. Melberg’s specialties include contact lenses, pediatrics, and ocular disease management.