Dr. Lindsay Greiten grew up in Germantown, Wisconsin. She attended the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse where she double majored, earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry and Biology with a Biomedical concentration. Upon graduation, Dr. Greiten spent time working as an optical lab manager, optician, and optical retail sales manager to gain a better understanding of the multifaceted optical industry.

She then completed her Doctorate of Optometry degree at the University of Missouri – St. Louis College of Optometry where she graduated on the Dean’s List. Here she was a leader in several organizations including Volunteer Optometric Society for Humanity, Beta Sigma Kappa, and served as a Student Ambassador. While in school, she had the opportunity to volunteer on a medical mission trip to Honduras to provide eye care and eye wear to those in need. Throughout her academic career, she has had extensive training from some of the pioneers in her field and has gained expertise in all aspects of primary care optometry including pediatrics, low vision, and surgical co-management. During her four years of optometry school she worked at a progressive optometry practice which allowed her to sharpen her clinical skills. Her professional interests include contact lenses and ocular disease. Dr. Greiten is a member of the American Optometric Association, the Arizona Optometric Association, and the Southern Arizona Optometric Society.

Dr. Greiten prides herself on ensuring patient satisfaction with a friendly atmosphere, and strives to leave patients feeling well taken care of with a better understanding of their ocular health. In her free time, Dr. Greiten enjoys traveling, outdoor activities, sand volleyball, and spending time with her husband, Jacob and two young puppies