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Shopko Optical Monona

6000 Monona Dr
Monona, WI 53716

Phone: 608-222-9420

Hours

Monday 9:00AM - 7:00PM
Tuesday 9:00AM - 7:00PM
Wednesday 9:00AM - 7:00PM
Thursday 9:00AM - 7:00PM
Friday 9:00AM - 7:00PM
Saturday 9:00AM - 3:00PM
Sunday CLOSED

Doctors

optometrist dr draper in wi

Megan Draper, O.D.

About
Hobbies and Interests: Enjoy the outdoors, hiking, backpacking, biking
Hometown: Wausau, WI

Professional Background
Why did you choose optometry as your profession?
When in college, all the optometrists I knew were very happy with their profession. I wanted to be able to use my background in science and work with people while maintaining a good work/life balance. Optometry was a good fit and has proved to be a very rewarding and wonderful profession.

What do you want your patients to know about your approach to care?
I like to be upbeat and positive. I treat each patient as an individual and provide the care that I’d want for myself or my family.

Education
Illinois College of Optometry

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Dr Engdahl - Optometrist

Lance Engdahl

Personal Background

Dr. Engdahl has lived in Madison, WI for 7 years with his spouse and 2 children
as well as the family dog. He spends most of his time with his family, however
he still plays hockey recreationally as well as golfs. He enjoys being outside,
travel, and walking and exercising his dog. Dr. Engdahl enjoys volunteering to
help out with his kids youth activities. He is originally from Fridley, MN which is
a suburb just north of Minneapolis, MN.

Why did you choose optometry as your profession?

I chose to go to optometry school because I wanted to work in health care and
also live a balanced lifestyle. Optometry provides the opportunity to help a wide
variety people with all aspects of their life. Vision is such an important aspect of
daily life, and I believe every person deserves to have the most comfortable
vision possible.

What do you want your patients to know about your approach to care? 
My approach to the care I deliver to my patients is wholistic. I was taught that
we should strive to achieve Clear, Comfortable Binocular Vision to all patients.
Clear, balanced vision allows us to feel in sync with our world. The visual
system is part of the whole body, and often times poor or uncomfortable vision
is a symptom of systemic issues. Not only do I consider it my duty to give a
patient 20/20 vision, but also to advise them on potential health problems that
may require care beyond that which our office delivers.

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