About Dr. McDonald
A graduate of the Pennsylvania College of Optometry, Dr. McDonald has extensive experience in primary eye care, glaucoma treatment, and pre- and post-operative care for Lasik and cataract surgery patients, and contact lenses. As a former teacher and father of three, he has cultivated a large pediatric patient relationship. Having been trained in sports vision and vision therapy through the Baltimore Academy of Behavioral Optometry (BABO), he integrates his appreciation for sports, learning, and his desire to see children succeed. Dr. McDonald is a charter member of Lakeville Rotary, the Paul Harris Fellowship, and the Lakeville Area Chamber of Commerce. He and his Wife Patti have received the Business Persons of the Year award from the Lakeville Chamber of Commerce that they have been members of since 1986. Dr. McDonald served on the Lakeville Community Corp for fifteen years and was instrumental in the building of Ames Hockey Arena in Lakeville.
About Dr. Staack (McDonald)
A graduate of Lakeville High school, Dr. Molly McDonald was a four-year varsity women’s hockey player. With two girls’ State high school hockey tournament appearances. Dr. Molly was the first recipient of the Herb Brooks Award her senior year. The Herb Brooks Award is presented to the most qualified hockey player in the state tournament who strongly represents the values, characteristics, and traits that defined Herb Brooks. She went on to play Division 1 women’s ice hockey at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York graduating in 2008.
Dr. Molly is a 2012 graduate from The Ohio State University College of Optometry; where she fostered her professional interests in primary eye care with an emphasis on contact lenses, disease detection and treatment, and pre- and post-operative surgical eye care. After graduation she worked at Minnesota Eye Consultants, focusing on cataract, corneal, and glaucoma surgeries. During that time she helped write two chapters in “Limbal Relaxing Incisions: A Practical Guide” with Doctors David R. Hardten and Richard Lindstrom. She also spent time with a local Lasik group determining a patients candidacy in preoperative appointments and managing patients after Lasik surgery.
Dr. Molly was voted the 2016 “Young OD of the Year” by the Minnesota Optometric Association and 2017 Readers Choice “Best Eye Doctor” in Lakeville.
Since joining McDonald Eye Care, Dr. Molly serves as the director of The Vision Performance Center at McDonald Eye Care working with athletes on their sports specific visual game. She also works with children and adults in Vision Therapy for academic and post-concussion treatments.
Dr. Molly enjoys working with the community in Lakeville as an active member of Hope for Tomorrow, Lakeville South STEM, and the new MNCAPS program. Her hobbies include hanging with her husband Luke, daughter Lainey, son Eli and their dog Shooter.
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About Dr. Mains (McDonald)
Born and raised in Lakeville, Dr. Meg takes pride in serving her community. Dr. Meg is a graduate of Lakeville North High School. She spent her undergraduate years at The University of Wisconsin- Madison where she was the captain of the UW Dance Team. After a year working as an optician and gaining experience in all aspects of a private practice, she went to optometry school in PA. She graduated from Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University with honors in 2017. She has extensive training in primary care, specialty contact lenses, pediatrics, and treating ocular diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and dry eye.
Dr. Meg enjoys being involved in the community. She is an active mentor with Hope For Tomorrow. Her free time is spent with her husband Anthony, son AJ, and their dogs Luci and Dutchie.
About Dr. Sieg
Dr. Kelsey Sieg was born and raised in northern Wisconsin and attended undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. She graduated with her Doctorate of Optometry from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University in Pennsylvania with clinical honors in 2016. She trained in specialty areas of contact lenses, dry eye, ocular disease, primary and pediatric care. During that time her passion for functional and developmental vision grew and she went on to complete her residency in vision therapy and rehabilitation and pediatric care through Pacific University College of Optometry at Vision Northwest in Seattle, Washington. She is a member of the American Optometric Association, College of Optometrists in Vision Development, and Optometric Extension Program.
Dr. Sieg loves to learn and develop herself both professionally and personally. She is always seeking adventure traveling, being active outdoors, or relaxing on the lake with family. She enjoys supporting the Badgers as her number one team, but also she grew up a Vikings fan in the land of cheeseheads!