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Welcome to Armstrong Optometry & Associates
Your Optometrist in GREENWOOD, IN

Call us at (317) 887-2800 today.

We Welcome You and Your Family to Visit Us for Your Eye Care Needs.

Residents of Greenwood, Whiteland, Bargersville, and greater Indianapolis area have been coming to Armstrong Optometry & Associates for their eye care needs for over 15 years. You will receive great care from our experienced eye doctors. We also carry a wide variety of optical frames and sunglasses, as well as a broad selection of lens options. We welcome you and your family to visit us for your eye care needs.

State of the Art Eye Care in Greenwood

Modern eye care looks deep into your eye health to manage visual acuity, quality of sight, and the long-term health of the eye. Using sensitive equipment, we can quickly capture detailed information that informs us when making diagnosis or modifications to your corrective lens prescription.

Comprehensive Eye Exams

Our eye exams assess your ability to see, quality of vision, and the health of inner eye structures (such as the macula and optic nerve). Learn more about our Eye Exams.

Glaucoma Management Experts

Glaucoma can seriously threaten your vision without early detection and ongoing treatment. Our optometrists are your partners in your glaucoma management journey. Learn more about Glaucoma Diagnosis and Treatment.

Efficient Insurance Processing

For your convenience, our office will direct bill major insurance providers: Aetna, Anthem, Medicare, Tricare, United Healthcare, DavisVision, EyeMed Vision Care, spectera, Superior Vision, VSP.


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Dr. Brandon Armstrong
GREENWOOD Optometrist | Armstrong Optometry & Associates | (317) 887-2800
2020 South State Road 135, Suite 300
GREENWOOD, IN 46143 2385

Meet The Staff

Learn Who We Are

  • Dr.
    Armstrong
    Optometrist

    Dr. Armstrong, an Indiana native, graduated from Wabash College in 1999, and the Indiana University School of Optometry in 2003. He completed internships in ocular disease and surgical management at Roudebush VA Hospital in Indianapolis, and the Eye Institute of Utah in Salt Lake City.

  • Dr.
    Akridge
    Optometrist

    Dr. Akridge attended Indiana University for both her undergraduate degree and doctorate degree. She graduated from Indiana University School of Optometry in 2017 after completing internships at Roudebush VA Hospital in Indianapolis and Eye Care Consultants of Evansville.

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Testimonials

Reviews From Our Satisfied Patients

  • "Really, just the nicest people. Knowledgeable, efficient and comfortable."
    Tina Spradlin

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Location

We are located directly north of Dye's Walk golf course on State Road 135.

Hours of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Greenwood Office Week of 07/15/2019

Monday:

8:00 AM-5:00 pm

Tuesday:

8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wednesday:

8:00 AM-5:00 pm

Thursday:

9:00 am-6:30 pm

Friday:

8:00 AM-5:00 pm

Saturday:

8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed