Vision & Conceptual Development Center
Vision & Conceptual Development Center

Your Chevy Chase Optometrist

6900 Wisconsin Avenue, Chevy Chase, MD

  • Onsite Parking
  • Free Parking
  • Wheelchair Accessible

Business Hours

  • Monday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Tuesday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Wednesday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Thursday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Friday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
  • Saturday By appointment only
  • Sunday Closed
Dr. Amanda Zeller Manley O. D., FCOVD

Dr. Amanda Zeller Manley
O. D.
FCOVD

Until becoming a patient at her optometry college’s vision therapy clinic, Dr. Zeller struggled to be a solid B-minus student. After vision therapy, she was finally able to become the A student her parents had always expected. She also has... Show More

Until becoming a patient at her optometry college’s vision therapy clinic, Dr. Zeller struggled to be a solid B-minus student. After vision therapy, she was finally able to become the A student her parents had always expected. She also has had a few concussions that had visual consequences later improved through vision rehabilitation. Her personal experiences provide common ground with her patients and their own struggles.


Combined with over a thousand hours of specialty continuing education, sixteen years in the clinic have provided ample opportunity to meet patients where they are in order to provide a custom path to vision rehabilitation.


Dr. Amanda Zeller Manley specializes in Neuro-Optometric Vision Rehabilitation, binocular vision disorders, brain injury vision rehabilitation, visuo-spatial disorders (vision-related learning problems) and special-needs vision care for children and adults. Dr. Zeller is board certified in Vision Therapy and Vision Development, and is a Diplomate of the American Board of Optometry.


Dr. Zeller is available for in-services for schools and other organizations.

  • Professional Certification
Dr. Mehrnaz Azimi Green O. D., FCOVD

Dr. Mehrnaz Azimi Green
O. D.
FCOVD

Dr. Mehrnaz Azimi Green’s expertise lies with diagnosing and treating patients to develop their visual and cognitive knowledge. She enjoys working with children, including infants and toddlers, with special needs. Dr. Green is also involved in the rehabilitation of brain injured... Show More

Dr. Mehrnaz Azimi Green’s expertise lies with diagnosing and treating patients to develop their visual and cognitive knowledge. She enjoys working with children, including infants and toddlers, with special needs. Dr. Green is also involved in the rehabilitation of brain injured patients; these patients often suffer from vision related neurological and cognitive challenges.

Dr. Green has extensive training in working with children with developmental delays, including autism. She is a DIR-FCD Certified Profectum Professional in Developmental Optometry and Intermediate DIR(R) Floortime(tm) provider.



Dr. Green enjoys speaking to parents and professionals about visuo-cognitive therapy and has lectured at multiple schools, conferences and symposia. She works with occupational, physical, and speech-language therapists, psychologists, educators, and parents to help them understand the relationship between vision and learning, and how vision therapy can help patients succeed.



Dr. Green also volunteers with the Special Olympics and at multiple area schools. She has received several national awards for her skills and knowledge in vision therapy and has published original articles in those subjects. When she’s not working, Dr. Green spends her time with her husband and two young daughters

  • Professional Certification

About Us

The Vision & Conceptual Development Center is a neuro-developmental optometry office that specializes in various visual therapies for patients of all ages.

We offer a holistic approach to vision, enhancing the way a person uses their visual skills to perform their... Show More

The Vision & Conceptual Development Center is a neuro-developmental optometry office that specializes in various visual therapies for patients of all ages.

We offer a holistic approach to vision, enhancing the way a person uses their visual skills to perform their best in school, sport, and life.