Michael Durocher, O.D.

Dr. Michael Durocher - OPMT Optometrist

Dr. Michael Durocher

Dr. Michael Durocher is a committed optometrist and the nephew of OPMT Vision Centers’ founder, Dr. Richard Durocher. He has followed in his uncle’s footsteps by providing exceptional eye care services, like comprehensive eye exams, contact lens exams and fittings, and eye disease diagnosis and management, to patients of all ages.

After earning his Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Cumberland University, Dr. Michael Durocher was driven to the optometric field because of his fascination with how the eyes work and desire to help people see better every day. This dedication led him to achieve his Doctor of Optometry from the Kentucky College of Optometry at the University of Pikesville. His background as a nurse gives him a unique perspective and allows him to consider the full body health of each patient he serves.

Born in Nashville, and raised in Lebanon, he has lived all throughout the south during his life and education. He is now settled in Old Hickory with his wife, Jasmine, and their two cats, Pekka and Lulu. When he’s not treating his patients, Dr. Michael Durocher enjoys golfing, cooking, watching television and movies, and rooting for his favorite hockey team — the Nashville Predators — as they take the ice.

Meet Dr. Michael Durocher

Proudly Serving:

  • Lebanon

    1715 West Main St. Suite 100 Lebanon, TN 37087  P. 615-457-8237

  • Carthage

    605 Main Street North, Carthage, TN 37030 P. (615) 735-2020

  • Hendersonville

    165 Indian Lake Blvd. Suite 108 Hendersonville, TN 37075 P. 615-645-1275

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Dr. Durocher’s Services

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Vision Therapy

Vision therapy helps improve vision by strengthening the relationship between the eyes and the brain.

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Low Vision Rehabilitation

Low vision is a visual impairment that worsens over time and cannot be improved using corrective eyewear or surgery.

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Dry Eye Treatment

Dry eye disease is caused by poor quality or quantity of tears, and can cause long-term corneal damage if left untreated.

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Myopia Control

Corneal molding, or orthokeratology, is used to slow the progression of myopia (nearsightedness), primarily in children.