Being born too early can have a profound effect on your child's health. In addition to early concerns about lung development and intestinal issues, prematurity may also cause vision problems. Desp ...View Article
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Dr. Megan Mannen
Dr. Megan Mannen is a native of Northwest Oregon. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in physiology at Seattle Pacific University, followed by her Doctor of Optometry degree with distinction at Pacific University. She then completed an optometric residency in ocular disease and surgical co-management at the Walla Walla Veteran Affairs Medical Center and Pacific Cataract and Laser Institute. Dr. Mannen has a special interest in managing retinal disease and ocular surface disease. She enjoys developing personalized treatment plans for each patient to refine and preserve their vision.
Dr. Mannen is an active member of both the American Optometric Association and the Utah Optometric Association. She has provided eye care through Volunteers in Optometric Service to Humanity (VOSH) in Tanzania as well as Opening Eyes, a program serving Special Olympics athletes. She enjoys working with patients of all ages and backgrounds and is excited to meet your visual needs.
In her free time, Dr. Mannen enjoys traveling, hiking, and playing tennis. You can also find her trying new restaurants and spending time with loved ones.