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Dr. Scott E. Keating, O.D.


Undergraduate Studies: Miami University, Oxford, Ohio 1982-1985

Graduate: Ohio State University of Optometry, Columbus, Ohio 1985-1989

Scope of Practice

As a fully licensed, Therapeutic Optometrist, I can prescribe medicine for all types of eye related, ocular problems. The following is a partial list of the major types of ocular Adnexa that I can treat.
- Glaucoma
- "Pink Eye" (Baterial Conjunctivitis)
- Viral Conjunctivitis
- Ulcers of the cornea
- Inflammation of the eye including Iritis, Episcleritis, and Pingecula
- Herpes Zoster (Shingles)
- Styes
- Dry eyes


Dr. Lauren Weisgarber


Bluffton University 2013-2017

The Ohio State College of Optometry 2017-2021


Dr. Brent Keating


Dr. Brent Keating graduated with Highest Honors from NOVA Southeastern University College of Optometry.

He attended The Ohio State University for Biochemistry and NOVA Southeastern University for Vision Sciences. 

He enjoys sports and outdoor activities, as well as spending time with his family and friends. 

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Doctor’s office of the year award for the entire United States

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Highest patient satisfaction in the county based on patient surveys

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Vision Trends was chosen “Best of the Best” in the nation by Invision Magazine and Featured in the Best Practices column in their September 2016 issue, which included a full page article on practice management formula that made Vision Trends on of the top optical in the United States

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Dr. Keating has lectured at the Ohio State University College of Optometry and was a National Speaker at Vision Expo East in New York and Las Vegas. He is also a Nation speaker for such groups as IDOC, ECP Network, Numerous State Optician Associations, and National Speaker for Alcon

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Dr. Keating has also written a pharmaceutical column for eye care magazine called GO/OD by Invision magazine

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