Dr. Daniel N. Garn is a native of Sugar City, Idaho. He received his Bachelor's degree from Idaho State University, and then received his Doctor of Optometry from The Ohio State University, College of Optometry receiving the Wildermuth Foundation Scholarship and graduating Cum Laude. Dr. Garn received additional training in refractive surgery management and ocular disease at the William H. Havener Eye Center and Veterans Administration Medial Center in Columbus, Ohio.
Dr. Garn is licensed in Idaho and Washington, and is a full-scope optometric physician certified to treat and manage diseases and infections of the eye, including glaucoma, cataracts, diabetes, and emergency eye care. He is a member of the American Optometric Association and Idaho Optometric Association.
As an Optometric Physician, Dr. Garn also provides general vision care services including preventative eye exams, correction of nearsightedness, farsightedness and astigmatism, contact lenses, safety and sport lenses, low vision aids, and vision therapy.
Dr. Brian P. Finley graduated from Brigham Young University, receiving a Bachelor of Science in Biology. He then continued his education at the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, TN. He specialized in pediatrics and ocular disease management while completing his internships.
After receiving his Doctor of Optometry degree, Dr. Finley served honorably in the United States Army as a medical officer. During his time at Fort Carson, Dr. Finley created a vision rehabilitation clinic for wounded soldiers returning from war with traumatic brain injury ocular disorders.
Dr. Finley specializes in pediatrics and amblyopia treatment, contact lens fittings, cataract pre and postoperative care, glaucoma, and diabetic retinopathy management. He is also available for complete eye examinations.
Dr. Finley resides in Coeur d'Alene and loves exploring the great outdoors with his wife, Melissa, and their four children.
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