Dr. Cynthia Rohm
Dr. Cynthia Rohm grew up in Clemmons, North Carolina (Forsyth County), and is a graduate of North Carolina State University with a B.S. in Biochemistry. She obtained her optometry degree from Pennsylvania College of Optometry in Philadelphia, after completing an internship in the Pediatric/Binocular Vision unit of the Eye Institute in visual therapy.
Dr. Rohm then practiced in New Jersey, California ( with a cataract surgeon), and Massachusetts before returning to her native North Carolina in 1995. Since then she has been practicing with eye care center at Crabtree Valley.
Dr. Rohm seeks to provide comprehensive vision care with a special interest in contact lenses and pediatrics. She is certified and licensed for the treatment and management of ocular disease as well as for the evaluation of pre- and post-operative care of laser vision corrected patients and post cataract surgery care. Dr. Rohm is a member of the American Optometric Association, and the Eastern district of the North Carolina Society of Optometrists.
Dr. Rohm is also an InfantSEE provider, a program to provide free eye exams to a child in their first year of life.
She is a long term member of White Plains United Methodist Church in Cary where her children have grown into young adults. Dr. Rohm enjoys swimming, hiking and cycling.
Dr. Craig Swaim
Dr. Swaim grew up in North Carolina. He is married and has twin sons who are pursuing college degrees. After receiving his bachelors degree from Wake Forest University, Dr. Swaim attended Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee and received his Doctor of Optometry degree, graduating second in his class. Dr. Swaim opened the first eyecarecenter in Raleigh in 1982 at Crabtree Valley Mall. In November, 2012 this office relocated to a new "state of the art" facility at Crabtree and also celebrated 30 great years of providing outstanding eye care to thousands of loyal patients. In 2003, Dr. Swaim expanded his coverage in Wake County by opening a second eyecarecenter in Wake Forest, NC. He now sees patients at both the Crabtree and Wake Forest locations, both of which are open six days a week. Each ofice offers excellent comprehensive eye care performed by a caring doctor and staff using "state of the art" diagnostic equipment. Dr. Swaim is an active member of the American Optometric Association and the North Carolina Optometric Society. In addition to caring for patients at his Crabtree and Wake Forest offices, he volunteers his time to examine underprivileged patients at the Alliance Medical Ministry of Raleigh. Dr. Swaim is an active member of Greystone Baptist Church where he has been elected to the Fellowship of Deacons. He enjoys golf, classic cars and Wake Forest Deacon sports. Dr. Swaim is always happy to see new patients and enjoys meeting them and their families.