Our team is composed of eye health professionals who are dedicated to our patients. We will do everything we can to ensure you have a pleasant visit every time. We will answer any questions you have and also make sure your concerns are taken care of.
Our entire team is dedicated to education. We are constantly learning so that we can provide the highest quality care for your eyes.
We want you to feel as confident in our staff as we are. We hope to foster this with every phone call and every conversation that you have with our staff. We are dedicated to always treating you with respect while helping you in any way you need.
Dr. Keirsten Eagles
Dr. Keirsten Eagles is a behavioral and developmental optometrist with a passion to help children and adults with vision-related learning problems.
Her firm belief that vision is not just about seeing 20/20 has prompted her to specialize in vision therapy and vision rehabilitation. Dr. Eagles has opened a primary care practice in Silverton, Silverton Eye CareLLC, which she is excited to bring vision therapy to as well. In her spare time, Dr. Eagles loves to play with her daughter, Emma, and walk her 5 dogs (not always at the same time), waterski, train for various triathlons and runs and play in her vegetable garden.
Director of Operations
Vicki Mohler is the Director of Operations at Eagle Eye Vision Care LLC. Vicki and her husband, Bob, moved from Arizona to Silverton 9 years ago. She loves the Silverton area and being involved in the community. She has served on the Board of Directors for Blindskills, Inc. and the Silverton Chamber of Commerce. She also enjoys working at Eagle Eye Vision Care LLC and knowing that the patients receive excellent care by qualified professionals. She loves watching the children flourish and gain self-confidence with vision therapy.
Jacquie is our primary optometric vision therapist at Eagle Eye Vision Care and REvision. She graduated from Carroll College in 2018 with a BA in Biology and a minor in sociology. She loves to learn about the brain and visual system, and how she can improve her patient’s quality of life. In her free time, she enjoys cooking, bike rides, crafting, and watching old movies.