Our Doctors

Dr. Scott Nebel,Medivision

Scott W. Nebel, O.D.

Dr. Scott Nebel was born and raised in a small town in rural western Pennsylvania. He graduated from Penn State University then pursued his doctorate at The Pennsylvania College of Optometry (now known as Salus University). During his clinical externships, Dr. Nebel trained at The Eye Institute in downtown Philadelphia and Bascom Palmer Eye Institute in Miami, FL, as well as several private offices in Pennsylvania and North Carolina.

After receiving his Doctor of Optometry degree in 2009, Dr. Nebel split time practicing at several locations before eventually settling in Charlotte, NC. Following the passing of Dr. William Jenkins and retirement of Dr. Dana Kuhl, Dr. Nebel and his family decided to relocate to South Carolina to take over the MediVision practice.

Dr. Nebel and his wife Ashley currently reside in Seneca with their children Sinclair & Leon and dog Zelda. Ashley was born and raised in Greer and is relishing the opportunity to be closer to home. When Dr. Nebel finds spare time, he enjoys drawing, watching sports & movies, reading (yes, Batman comic books qualify as reading), playing toys with his children, and doting on his beloved French bulldog.

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Tracy E. Tate, OD

Dr. Tracy Tate was born and raised in the Dayton, Ohio area.  She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Biological Sciences Premed from Ohio University in 1997 and her Doctor of Optometry from The Ohio State University College of Optometry in 2001. 

Upon graduation, Dr. Tate served as an optometrist in the U.S. Air Force at Tinker AFB in Oklahoma.  She had been practicing in the Dayton, OH area since 2007 and is excited to start a next chapter in her life in South Carolina, closer to her parents who moved down from Dayton over 10 years ago.  Dr. Tate is living near Lake Hartwell in the Westminster area with her husband Scott.   She has 2 adult sons who will also be making the move down south.  Her younger son will be planning to attend college in the fall of 2023. 

Dr. Tate enjoys spending her spare time hiking the beautiful trails in the area with her husband and puppy Annie (a very high energy Brittany), kayaking on Lake Hartwell, making jewelry, crocheting and playing the piano.