Dr. Bryan Frandsen grew up in South Jordan, Utah. He received his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science from Brigham Young University before heading to Southern California to pursue his dream of vision care, graduating with his optometry degree from Marshall B. Ketchum University in 2021.
During his time in Southern California Dr. Frandsen spent his time working in local optometry offices, volunteering to give eye exams to the homeless, and learning at the Ketchum Health University Eye Center and South Central clinics. He later completed externships at Camp Pendleton Naval Hospital, Salt Lake City Veteran Affairs, and Hoopes Vision.
Dr. Frandsen is a member of the American Optometric Association and the Utah Optometric Association. His licenses include a Utah optometry license, controlled substance license, and CPR certification. He strives to not only give patients their best sight, but giving them a wonderful experience that will set up clear, comfortable, and healthy vision for life.
When not correcting vision, Dr. Frandsen enjoys spending time with his wife and two children. His favorite activities include spending time outdoors, playing board games with family, and anything sports related.