Adam Casseday, O.D. is a native of Randolph County and a graduate of Elkins High School. His pursuits in higher education led him to a degree in Exercise Physiology in 2001 from West Virginia University. He then continued his education at Pennsylvania College of Optometry where he received his Doctor of Optometry in 2005. He has served the citizens of Southern Randolph County and surrounding communities since 2006 through his employment at Valley Health Care – where he is the head of Optometry as well as the Medical Director. Dr. Casseday resides in Elkins with his wife and two sons. His interests outside of work include trail running, race directing, fly fishing, playing the banjo, and advocating health and wellness through outdoor adventures. In 2011, Dr. Casseday completed a supported thru-running of the entire Appalachian Trail; 2,181 miles from Georgia to Maine in 71 days. He is also the President of the WV Mountain Trail Runners and is an active member of Tygart Valley Lions Club. Dr. Casseday is accepting new patients at the Mill Creek Health Center. To schedule an appointment, call 304-335-2050.