Sinead Flood, O.D.

Richard D. Durocher O.D.

Sinead Flood, O.D.
Optometrist

Sinead Flood, O.D., is a board-certified optometrist and ocular disease specialist. She has extensive experience with glaucoma and refractive surgery post-operative care.

Dr. Flood completed her undergraduate degree at Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, before joining Teach for America for four years, providing education for Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools. After her tenure, she returned to school at the Indiana University School of Optometry in Bloomington, IN, where she earned her Doctor of Optometry with high honors.

After graduation, Dr. Flood completed a 13-month residency at the Cincinnati Eye Institute, one of the largest tertiary eye care centers in the country, where she specialized in in ocular diseases. During her residency, she gained extensive post-graduate training for glaucoma, retina conditions, cornea conditions, neuro-ophthalmology, urgent care, dry eye, uveitis, and post-operative care.

Dr. Flood is a diplomate of the American Board of Optometry and is working towards a Fellowship in the American Academy of Optometry.

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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.

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On the weekends, Dr. Durocher enjoys high-performance auto racing and is a highly experienced, instrument-rated pilot, often flying his own aircraft to speak at lectures across the Southeast. He lives in Middle Tennessee with his wife, Tarron, and children, Haley and Connor.

“I have tremendous respect for people and thank them for putting their trust in me as a physician, seeking to enhance their quality of life,” says Dr. Durocher. He demonstrates this attitude through his community service efforts, including providing eye care to Special Olympic athletes and donating gift certificates for glasses and eye care to the homeless.