Dr. Winders, a native of Eastern Oregon, has practiced in Milton Freewater since 2014 when he and his family of 7 moved here from Ontario, OR.
He graduated from Vale High School in 2001 and thereafter lived nearly two years in Central America where he developed a love of the Latino culture and proficient Spanish language skills.
He completed his undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University and received his professional degree from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee in 2013.
Dr. Winters enjoys caring for patients of all ages with any sort of eye problem and finds great satisfaction in helping patients who suffer from ocular diseases such as dry eye, macular degeneration, and cataracts.
Outside of his educational and professional career, Dr. Winters loves to spend time with his wife, Kate, and their 5 young boys. His hobbies include rifle shooting, woodworking, hiking, church activities, video games, and Memphis-style BBQ.
Dr. Daniel Creviston
Dr. Creviston joined Visual Eyes in the summer of 2019.
A native of Western Washington, Dr. Creviston loves the trees and beauty the Walla Walla River brings to Milton Freewater.
He graduated from Olympia High School in the class of 2000,
completed his undergraduate studies at BYU-Idaho and received his optometry degree from Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee in 2013.
As members of the same graduating class in optometry school,
Dr. Creviston and Dr. Winters share similar approaches to eye care,
focusing on the individual needs of each patient and maintaining the highest standards of care.
Dr. Creviston has a knack for explaining complex vision and ocular disease concepts and takes joy in laying out a simple plan of action
to maintain healthy eyes.
Apart from practicing optometry, Dr. Creviston loves going on adventures with his wife, Belinda and their three children.
His hobbies include reading, geocaching, chess, church activities,
hiking, and beekeeping.