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Lindsey Rosencrans O.D.

Lindsey Rosencrans

Dr. Rosencrans loves seeing patients of all ages and giving them the resources to have the best vision possible, whether that's a new prescription, dry eye treatment, better fitting contact lens, or managing their eye disease. The lifestyle choices we make including nutrition and how we use our eyes now can affect the health of our eyes and ultimately how well we see down the road.

She found Portland on a cross country road trip in 2010, fell in love with its culture, creativity, wonderful people, and gorgeous scenery and never left. Portland is such a unique and special place that she is grateful to call home. In her spare time, she enjoys yoga, hiking, backpacking, camping, and exploring the Pacific Northwest with her family.

In addition to seeing patients for their primary eye care needs, she has a special interest in ocular disease and particularly in the treatment and management of glaucoma. Another area of great interest to her is in the use of specialty contact lenses to help improve vision, such as scleral lenses for unique eye shapes and orthokeratology overnight hard lenses for the treatment of myopia progression. She has performed research and presented on orthokeratology lens design for myopia progression management at the American Academy of Optometry conference.  
                                                     
Dr. Lindsey Rosencrans earned her Bachelor's degree in Chemistry at University of New Hampshire in 2008. She received her Doctorate of Optometry from Pacific University College of Optometry in Oregon in 2017, graduating with honors. While there she also earned a Masters degree in Vision Science. After graduation, she went on to complete a residency in primary eye care and ocular disease at the Portland VA Medical Center.