An estimated 61 million adults in the United States are at risk for serious vision loss, but only half visited an eye doctor in the last 12 months.
– Centers for Disease Control

Meet Our Doctors

Our talented team of highly trained doctors are absolutely committed to providing the highest standard of eyecare available. From protecting the health of your eyes, to ensuring the best vision possible, our doctors deliver the care you and your eyes deserve.

Garth Christenson, O.D.

About Dr. Christenson
Griffin Christenson, O.D. received his Doctor of Optometry from the Pacific University College of Optometry in 2021, and completed his undergraduate studies in Biology at the University of WisconsinRiver Falls. His special fields of interest include vision and technology, vision therapy, and sports vision.

Dr. Christenson grew up in Hudson, Wisconsin, and always had a desire to serve the people in his community. The opportunity to help solve people’s vision problems attracted him to the field of optometry. Dr. Christenson says one of the highlights of his daily routine includes the interaction he has with his patients and staff in the practice.

When Dr. Christenson is not treating patients, he enjoys going on outings with his wife, and playing with their dog, Lambeau, and cat, Oliver. While he used to enjoy playing football, he is now strictly relegated to being a spectator. In addition, he is also working toward his Master of Science in Computer Science.

Micki Flynn, O.D.

About Dr. Micki Flynn
Micki Flynn, OD, FAAO, received her Doctor of Optometry from the New England College of Optometry in 2003, and completed her undergraduate studies in Neuroscience at the University of Rochester in New York. She completed her residency in pediatric optometry in 2004, became a Fellow of the American Academy of Optometry (FAAO) in 2006, and was certified by the American Board of Optometry in 2014.

Dr. Flynn’s interest in becoming an optometrist began after working in a college research lab that was measuring visual recovery in stroke patients. During this time, she realized just how amazing the visual system is. Dr. Flynn particularly enjoys meeting and getting to know her patients and their families. Helping children with their vision problems become more successful by improving their eyesight and visual skills is a high priority for her.

In her free time away from the office, Dr. Flynn loves spending time with her husband and their son. She also stays active by hiking, skiing, and practicing yoga.

Griffin Christenson, O.D.

About Dr. Christenson
Griffin Christenson, O.D. received his Doctor of Optometry from the Pacific University College of Optometry in 2021, and completed his undergraduate studies in Biology at the University of Wisconsin River Falls. His special fields of interest include vision and technology, vision therapy, and sports vision.

Dr. Christenson grew up in Hudson, Wisconsin, and always had a desire to serve the people in his community. The opportunity to help solve people’s vision problems attracted him to the field of optometry. Dr. Christenson says one of the highlights of his daily routine includes the interaction he has with his patients and staff in the practice.

When Dr. Christenson is not treating patients, he enjoys going on outings with his wife, and playing with their dog, Lambeau, and cat, Oliver. While he used to enjoy playing football, he is now strictly relegated to being a spectator. In addition, he is also working toward his Master of Science in Computer Science.

Jennifer Jacobson Turcott, O.D.

About Dr. Jacobson

Jennifer Jacobson Turcott, O.D. received her Doctor of Optometry from the New England College of Optometry in Boston, Massachusetts, in 1994, and earned her Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry from St. Olaf College.

Dr. Turcott is proud to have followed in the footsteps of both her grandfather, Ray, and her father, Lee, to become a third-generation optometrist. She recognizes the importance of caring for multi-generational families and providing each patient with quality eye care.

Dr. Turcott says, “Seeing patients of all ages and backgrounds has instilled me with a sensitivity to special-needs patients, such as children and the vision impaired.” She especially values the trust her patients put in her as their eye care professional.

When Dr. Turcott is not in the office treating patients, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their two grown sons. She also likes to read and stay active by hiking and skiing.

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