Dr. Hinkemeyer and fellow members of the Minnesota Optometric Association were honored to speak with Congressman Tom Emmer recently about issues affecting optometry in Minnesota. We are so proud to have doctors that care deeply about these issues and improving the quality of eye care for all patients in our state.
We have been so honored to again be nominated as Best in Eye Care and new this year - Best Specialty Doctor, Dr. Colatrella, by our wonderful friends and patients. Please vote today!
Come out and enjoy your good vision at the premiere of Disney's Incredibles 2 during our Patient Appreciation Event.
Existing patients and those scheduling new appointments are welcome. Due to the popularity of this event tickets are limited to 1 ticket per patient. Tickets are limited and usually go fast, please click here to register today!
Dr. Hinkemeyer is so excited to share more about her mission trip, the culture, and new friends she made in Gomez Palacio, Mexico. Click on the video and enjoy!
The Minnesota Optometric Association elected Dr. Stacy Hinkemeyer, OD, FAAO, Dipl ABO, ABCMO its board of trustees at the association’s recent annual meeting.
PineCone Vision Center’s Dr. Stacy Hinkemeyer is planning a mission trip to Gomez Palacia, Mexico.
Devany is originally from Hibbing, MN and completed her undergraduate studies at North Dakota State University. She decided to purse optometry, in part, because of the fact that she is a twin.
Anna is excited to meet you at your next visit! She decided to pursue optometry at a very young age after seeing her mother's binocular vision problem get relieved with glasses.
Jessica Hanson is visiting us from Midwestern University - Arizona College of Optometry for the winter quarter. She is originally from Eden Prairie and completed her undergraduate studies at the Minnesota State University Mankato. That being said she is very accustom to our Minnesota winters!
There’s no doubt about it, dryness and winter go together almost as well as a hat and gloves. Our skin is a little more dry, our hair is a little duller, and our eyes just feel more irritable. Eyes tend to get the brunt of the harsh weather; we bundle up our hands, feet, heads, and bodies with winter gear, but we don’t usually think about eye protection in the winter.