Dr. Kelsey Sieg was born and raised in northern Wisconsin. Along her journey in eye care, she became passionate about helping our young people with functional and developmental vision challenges (binocular vision) in optometry school and her residency program.

She was fortunate to have a well-known mentor known within binocular vision. 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.


  • University of Wisconsin – Madison
    • Bachelor’s of Science: Biology
  • Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University
    • Doctor of Optometry (O.D.) with honors
  • Pacific University College of Optometry at Vision Northwest
    • Residency: Pediatric Optometry (Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation) and Brain Injury Vision Rehabilitation

Clinical Specialties:

  • Pediatric Eye Care
    • Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation
      • Exercises and activities to help an individual’s visual skills, such as with eye coordination and focusing. Vision therapy can help treat conditions like lazy eye (strabismus), amblyopia, or other binocular vision disorders. When treated, patients improve their binocular vision skills, which is needed for reading, sports, and many other conditions in our everyday life.
    • Myopia Management
      • Treatment for nearsightedness; Certified provider for Mi-Sight 1 Day contact lenses for treatment of nearsightedness
  • Brain Injury Vision Rehabilitation
    • As a neuro-optometrist/developmental optometrist, we assess eye function that is often changed or augmented by a neurologic change or process. We assess eye motor skills, eye teaming, focusing, and other eye/visual skills to improve balance, vision stability, and eye health for our patients.
    • Common conditions diagnosed/managed/treated: concussion, traumatic brain injuries, strokes, tumors, Parkinson’s Disease, supranuclear palsy, nystagmus, visual field defects, binocular vision disorders (convergence insufficiency, divergence insufficiency, accommodative dysfunctions, strabismus) and many others.
  • Dry Eye
    • We investigate the health history, situational factors, lifestyle, and other concerns/challenges that may lead to symptoms of dryness for our patients. We determine the patient’s type of dry eye (yes, there are many) to offer the most appropriate treatment options.

Fun Facts:

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!