Dr. Sherman is a board certified Optometric Physician; specializing in Behavioral and Developmental Optometry. Dr. Sherman received his Bachelor of Science in 1969 from the Massachusetts College of Optometry. In 1970 he received his Doctorate in Optometry from the Massachusetts College of Optometry, and continued his Residency in Visual Training at the Optometric Center of New York. In 1971 he joined the US Air Force and was stationed at the McCoy Air Force Base, where he was the Director of the Optometry Clinic until 1973. In 1973 after leaving the US Air Force, Dr. Sherman opened his own practice in Longwood.
Dr. Sherman is presently a Preceptor of the Pennsylvania College of Optometry and is a fellow at the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. He has been in practice for over 40 years; his passion to vision therapy has evolved in the past several years specializing in Children on the Spectrum, Down Syndrome, TBI patients, and Athletes. He is an active supporter of the Private Schools, Down Syndrome Society, and The Autism Society.
He currently lives in Seminole County with his wife. He has two grown up children and two grandkids. His passion is football and spending time with his family.
Hofstra University BA 1976
Suny State College of Optometry OD 1980
1980 – Present
Marc H. Sherman O.D.F.C.O.V.D. 1495 W. S. R. 434
Longwood, Fl 32750
1985 – August 1991
493 Chickasaw Trail
Orlando, FL 32825
1991 – 2005
Florida Eye Clinic
567 Chickasaw Trail
Orlando, FL 32825
1985 – Present
West Orange Optical
8889 W. Colonial Drive
Ocoee, FL 34761
Florida- OP 1709
New York- Inactive
- Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry- December 1995
- Member of the Florida Optometric Association
- Member of the American Optometric Association
- Member of the Central Florida Optometric Society
Dr. Whitney Roberson was born and raised in Orlando, Florida. She attended South Carolina State University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Biology before receiving a Doctorate of Optometry from Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University. During her education at Salus University Dr. Roberson received Clinical honors. She completed specialized rotations in Pediatrics and Vision Therapy, Contact Lenses and Cornea, Ocular Disease and Low Vision Rehabilitation. She was actively involved in the community, providing vision screenings at health fairs and Philadelphia schools as chairperson of ODs of Tomorrow for the National Optometric Student Association.
Dr. Roberson takes pride in providing excellent eye care to a wide-ranging population. She takes pleasure in providing preventive care and education to patients about eye health. Currently, she is an active member of the American Optometric Association. When not in the office, Dr. Roberson enjoys spending time with friends and family, working out, listening to music, traveling and cooking.