Dr. Chuck Monson has been serving residents of Mooresville, NC since 2006.
Dr. Chuck Monson is a graduate of North Mecklenburg High School. He earned his undergraduate degree in Public Health from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After earning his undergraduate degree, he earned his doctorate from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. Dr. Monson has practiced in the Mooresville, NC area since 2006 and started Vision Center of Lake Norman in 2013.Dr. Monson is associated with the American Optometric Association, N.C. State Optometric Society, Lake Norman Lions Club, Mooresville Health Reach Clinic, and NC Prevent Blindness. Dr. Monson and his wife also have participated in several eye mission trips for the Bahamas Youth Network (BYN), which gives eye exams and eyeglasses to school-aged children on remote islands in the Bahamas.
Dr. Monson sees patients of all ages for comprehensive family eye care, including glasses and specialty contact lenses. He also treats eye diseases, such as dry eyes, macular degeneration, glaucoma, diabetic eye exams and eye emergencies/trauma.
In his spare time, Dr. Monson enjoys spending time with his wife, Lisa, and dog, Winston. They especially like traveling and spending time on Lake Norman. Dr. Monson enjoys staying active and participates in several sports, including golf, snow skiing and wakeboarding. He is also an avid fan of the UNC Tar Heels and the Carolina Panthers.
When you turn to us at Vision Center of Lake Norman, you can rest assured that all of your needs will be met by Dr. Monson and our kind and caring staff. To schedule an appointment for an eye exam at our office in Mooresville, North Carolina, please give us a call today.
Dr. Brianna Farley
Brianna Farley, O.D. received her Doctor of Optometry from The Ohio State University’s College of Optometry in 2020 and earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology from Concord University in Athens, West Virginia. Dr. Farley joined Vision Center of Lake Norman in May 2022. Her special fields of interest include medical and pediatric eye exams, myopia control, and treatment of amblyopia.
Dr. Farley developed a strong interest in optometry after spending time shadowing her hometown optometrist. She was fascinated by how much an eye exam could reveal about a person’s overall health. She knew that she wanted to be part of a profession in which she could evaluate and treat specific eye conditions and monitor the impact that overall health issues have on the eyes.
Building strong relationships with her patients is particularly important to Dr. Farley because she loves treating her patients like they are family. She enjoys being able to take time to completely understand their visual needs and helping to provide them with solutions for their best vision.
In her spare time away from the office, Dr. Farley enjoys weightlifting, traveling, cooking, and spending time with her two dogs.