Meet the Doctors
Elizabeth J. Crandon, OD, FCOVD
Positive and empathetic, Dr. Elizabeth Crandon has a passion for working with patients of all ages, who struggle in school, work or life, because of visual difficulties. She has worked extensively with patients who experience learning difficulties due to visual dysfunction, as well as those with brain injury and special needs.
Dr. Elizabeth Crandon has practiced in downtown Lawrence with her husband, Dr. Brent Crandon since 1989. Over the years, she has dedicated her life to her practice, community and most importantly, her family. She and Dr. Brent Crandon have three daughters who have all contributed to the well being of the practice.
Dr. Crandon grew up in Detroit, Michigan. She graduated from the University of Michigan in 1985 with a Bachelors of Science in neurobiology. She received her Doctor of Optometry degree in 1989 from the University of Houston College of Optometry. In 2008, she completed a fellowship from the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD). She is currently one of six optometrists in the state of Kansas who is board certified in developmental vision and vision therapy.
Brent Crandon, O.D.
Dr. Brent Crandon enjoys treating patients of all ages with care and enthusiasm. Since 1999, he has been taking his optometric skills abroad with VOSH (Voluntary Optometric Service to Humanity). He has traveled regularly to Latin America, serving those who have no access to vision and eye care.
Dr. Crandon has practiced in downtown Lawrence since 1989, with his wife, Dr. Elizabeth Crandon. They have three daughters, Lauren, Stephanie and Erica.
He is originally from Derby, Kansas. Dr. Crandon graduated from Pittsburg State University with a Bachelors in biology in 1985. He received his Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Houston College of Optometry in 1989.
Dr. Crandon is a member of the Kansas Optometric Association (K.O.A.) and the American Optometric Association (A.O.A.). His other interests are his church, St. John the Evangelists Catholic Church, and sports, especially the Kansas City Chiefs.