Therapeutic Optometrist and Optometric Glaucoma Specialist
Amy Schnegg is from Dublin, Ohio. She received her Doctor of Optometry degree from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in Columbus, Ohio in 2012. She moved to San Antonio in 2014 to complete a residency in Primary Care/Ocular Disease at the University of the Incarnate Word Rosenberg School of Optometry. Dr. Schnegg specializes in glaucoma, medical specialty contact lens fits, standard contact lens fittings, diabetic eye exams, and adult and pediatric comprehensive eye exams. Her residency training provided extensive experience in pre and post-op glaucoma and cataract surgery exams.
Her patients describe her as someone easy to get along with, full of life, light hearted, and fun to be around, but never jeopardizes her professional integrity. Dr. Schnegg believes in partnering with her patients when developing treatment plans or planning care. Her interest is always the well-being of her patients. Her judgment is based on extensive experience within the field, she is confident, attentive, and forward thinking.
Dr. Schnegg has a passion for contributing to the betterment and advancement of the optometric profession and had the opportunity to do so with her research on glaucoma and macular degeneration with world renowned glaucoma surgeon, William Sponsel, M.D. She is excited to join in this progressive atmosphere that is already established at Dr. Agnes Palys and Associates Vision Source. Dr. Schnegg has also been involved in several ophthalmic outreach mission trips including two visits to Guatemala and hopes to continue her outreach passion both in the San Antonio community as well as world-wide.
Since moving to San Antonio in 2012, Dr. Schnegg resides near the practice and is engaged in the community and the surrounding area. When not busy at the practice, she enjoys playing sand volleyball, hiking, traveling, and of course enjoying all the pleasurable activities San Antonio has to offer.