Primary & Pediatric Eye Care

Pediatric Eyecare in Tulsa, OK - Dr. Lynsey BigheartDR. LYNSEY BIGHEART

Dr. Lynsey Bigheart received her doctorate in Optometry from Northeastern State University after completing her undergraduate degree in Chemistry from the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Bigheart is actively involved in the Oklahoma Association for Optometric Physicians and even sits on the board of directors. Originally from Enid, Oklahoma, Dr. Bigheart has a strong heritage here in Oklahoma. She is the descendant of the infamous Osage Chief James Bigheart. Her family is originally from the Northeastern part of Oklahoma around Barnstall and Pawhuska.

Dr. Bigheart specializes in correcting vision for patients who suffer from vision loss due to eye injuries, corneal diseases, or unsuccessful refractive surgeries such as RK, PRK, LASIK, INTACS, and CK. She is currently a speaker for Essilor specialty cornea contact lens division and has received the GPLI(Gas Permeable Lens Institute) Clinical Excellence Award. Dr. Bigheart also has a sound background in family eye care and children’s vision. She has extensive knowledge in pediatric vision. Dr. Bigheart enjoys providing vision for those who have been told in the past that 20/20 vision is not attainable.

Pediatric Eyecare in Tulsa, OK - Dr. Shannon MorgansDr. Shannon Morgans

Dr. Shannon Morgans graduated with her Doctorate of Optometry from Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry. She earned her undergraduate degree in Human Nutrition from Oklahoma State University. Dr. Morgans is involved in the Oklahoma Association of Optometric Physicians. She is a member of the American Optometric Association and the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.

Dr. Morgans enjoys helping others gain more from life through vision correction and enhancement. She has a strong background in ocular disease and contact lenses. Dr. Morgans enjoys practicing primary eye care as well as pediatric vision. She also specializes in correcting vision problems resulting from corneal disease and injuries, and difficulties resulting from vision correction surgeries.

Dr. Morgans is originally from northwestern Illinois and was raised on a dairy farm. She moved to Oklahoma to attend college and has resided in northeastern Oklahoma ever since. Her husband is a Captain with the Tulsa Fire Department and they enjoy raising their three children. Dr. Morgans is passionate about health and fitness and enjoys gardening and cooking.