Christopher J. Browning
Doctor of Optometry
Dr. Browning grew up on the south side of Indianapolis and attended Roncalli High School. It was his dream to be able to come “home” and provide eye care to the community that he grew up in.
After attending Indiana University in Bloomington for his undergraduate work, he graduated from Indiana University School of Optometry in 2002. During his professional studies, he focused his interests on providing care for ocular disease and contact lenses. During his training, Dr. Browning trained in a variety of settings during his fourth year of study including pediatric care, ocular surgery (pre/post) and extensive training in geriatric and ocular disease at the VA in Fort Wayne.
Being extremely nearsighted, Dr. Browning has a passion for contact lenses and enjoys utilizing the latest technology to provide the most personalized solutions for his patients. He has been a clinical investigator for studies with Bausch & Lomb in daily replacement contact lenses and Alcon Visioncare for Multifocal lens technology.
Dr. Browning has been published in several journals in the field of practice management and has served as a consultant to practices all over the country in areas of efficient delivery of healthcare and best care for patients. He was awarded the Dennis Kennedy Excellence in Eyecare Award from TLC Laser Eye Centers for his work in the co-management of laser vision correction in 2008.
Since graduating, he has been very active in the professional organization representing Indiana Optometrists and the patients they serve. Dr. Browning served as President of the Indiana Optometric Association in 2019 and continues to serve on several committees in the organization. He also served as President of the Central Indiana Optometric Society n 2010. He was selected as the “Young Optometrist of the Year” by the IOA in 2011.
Dr. Browning lives in Greenwood with his wife, three children and their dog, Daisy. He is very active at Saints Francis and Clare Catholic Church, served many years as little league and football coach. Despite a busy schedule, and retiring from baseball and softball, he still enjoys reading, training at the gym, playing golf, and pickleball. His family is attempting to visit all the State parks in Indiana and they’re working on hitting all 64 National Parks.