Kenyon Anderson, OD

Dr. Kenyon Anderson was raised in Orofino, Idaho and spent his first nine years of practice in Idaho Falls. In 2014, he sold his practice in Idaho and relocated his wife and seven children to southern Utah County.

Dr. Anderson received his bachelor’s degree in business management from Weber State University in Ogden, Utah, and attended optometry school at the University of Missouri St. Louis. Dr. Anderson graduated with honors with his Doctor of Optometry degree in 2005 with certification in both diagnostic and therapeutic medical eye treatment.

Dr. Anderson received the GP Lens Institute award for clinical excellence in the field of gas permeable contact lenses. He works with local surgeons when eye surgery is necessary, and is happy to care for moth medical and vision needs including: pink eye, red eye, dry or watery eyes, diabetic eye care, glaucoma, macular degeneration and other eye care needs. Dr. Anderson takes pride in providing his patients with the best vision care possible.

Education
Aug 2001 – May 2005 University of MO-St. Louis, St. Louis, MO
Doctor of Optometry with Honors received May 2005

Aug 1998 – May 2001 Weber State University, Ogden, UT
B.S. in Business Management, accepted to UMSL College of
Optometry prior to graduation

Aug 1997 – May 1998 Ricks College (now BYU-Idaho), Rexburg, ID
Completion of Associate Degree
Internship: Jun-Jul 2004 The Koetting Associates, St. Louis, MO
Owner: Carmen Castellano, OD, Assoc: Craig Source, OD
Contact Lenses; Premiere contact lens practice; multiple complex specialty contact lens fits, LASIK co-management, and primary care

Jul-Aug 2004 Optometric Center, St Louis, MO
Preceptors: UMSL Faculty, A. Harris, OD, J Crane, OD, E Jarka, OD
Primary care facility with some disease focus, comanagement of surgical patients with Washington University Ophthalmology

Aug-Oct 2004 Washington University, St. Louis, MO
Preceptors: Harry Knoph, MD & Washington University Staff and Residents
Institutional/multi-disciplinary optometry, comanagement of surgical and medical patients, ocular disease focus

Oct-Dec 2004 UMSL, St. Louis, MO
Preceptors: R Garzia, OD, V Henry, OD, E Bennett, OD, A Franzel, OD
Contact lenses; and Pediatric, Binocular Vision and Vision Therapy

Jan-May 2005 The Eye Foundation of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT
Preceptor: Robert Wooldridge, OD
Optometry/ Ophthalmology ocular disease oriented practice, comanagement of surgical and medical patients; in particular glaucoma management is stressed
Locations
Provo Main Campus
PHN: (801) 375-6565
FAX: (801) 373-9750
1055 North 500 West #201, Building C
Provo, Utah 84604
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