Audrey Brodie, O.D.
Dr. Audrey Brodie is a Longmont native. She graduated from Skyline High School and received her business degree from the University of Denver. Prior to becoming an optometrist she worked in accounting for KOA radio, and later as an oil and gas accountant for several wildcat firms in Denver.
Realizing the corporate life wasn’t for her she returned to school at the University of Colorado to take pre-med courses. She attended the University of California at Berkeley and received her Doctorate of Optometry in 1996. She spent a year in Tahlequah, Oklahoma doing a cornea and contact lens residency at the Cherokee health hospital and Northwestern State College of Optometry.
She happily moved back to Colorado in 1997, and she met her husband Rick Price, a PGA professional, shortly thereafter. She loves to cook and golf, so if she is not at work you will likely find her in the kitchen, or on the golf course.
Donald Keller, M.D.
Dr. Keller founded Boulder Eye Surgeons, and began practicing in Boulder in 1995. He completed his undergraduate training at Creighton University with a degree in Chemistry. He went on to medical school at the University of Nebraska, where he graduated with research honors, and was elected into the medical honors fraternity, Alpha Omega Alpha. Following medical school, Dr. Keller completed an internal medicine internship at Creighton University. He completed his formal training with a three year Ophthalmology residency at the University of Nebraska, where he served as chief resident during his third year.
Now a Board Certified Ophthalmologist, Dr. Keller has trained locally and internationally in the areas of cataract and refractive surgery. Dr. Keller has been performing Lasik since 1997, now offering FDA approved Customvue lasik with iris registration using the VisX Star S4 laser. In addition to Lasik, Dr. Keller was the first surgeon in the Denver/Boulder area performing the FDA approved Crystalens cataract procedure and the first in the Boulder area to offer endocyclophotocoagulation (ECP), a laser treatment for glaucoma.
800 3rd Ave. Longmont, CO
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Myth: Wearing glasses too much will make the eyes “dependent” on them.
Fact: Refractive errors (near-sightedness, far-sightedness, or astigmatism) change as kids get older. Many variables come into play, but most of this change is likely due to genetics and continues despite wearing glasses earlier or later or more or less. Wearing glasses does not make the eyes get worse.
Dr. Brodie and the staff are always professional and courteous. They treat our family with respect. We switched to Third Avenue Eyecare fifteen years ago and we're very happy we switched!
Kelly & family