Meet Our Doctors
Matt T. Boswell, O.D.
Dr. Matt Boswell was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas, where he graduated from Kapaun Mt. Carmel High School. He attended Emporia State University to play on the Men’s Basketball Team while getting his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology, Pre-Optometry. While there, Dr. Boswell made the academic honor roll every year while receiving all-league honors his senior year. After graduating from ESU, he went to Memphis, Tennessee, and received his Optometry Degree from the Southern College of Optometry in 2016. Dr. Boswell is enjoying practicing back in Andover and Winfield, where he was a patient of Dr. Holman’s growing up and shadowed him in high school.
Dr. Boswell’s areas of interest are comprehensive primary eye care and ocular disease, including glaucoma, macular degeneration, cataracts, and diabetes. He also loves fitting contact lenses and seeing kids. He is an active member of the American Optometric Association and the Kansas Optometric Association. Dr. Boswell resides in East Wichita with his wife, Kirsten (who is a nurse), and their 2 children, Baker & Chloe. They are both under 2 years old, so it is a busy household! They love the outdoors, playing sports, fishing, and staying active with their Bernese Mountain Dog, Franny.
Cory A. Lindenman
Dr. Cory Lindenman was born and raised in a small town, Morland, Kansas, where he graduated from Morland High School. He then went on to earn a degree in Human Biology at Kansas University. Dr. Lindenman is still an avid KU sports supporter, his family tries to attend several basketball and football games every year. After undergrad, he moved to Memphis, Tennessee, to attend Southern College of Optometry, where he earned his Optometry Degree in 2004. He served as a member of Students Volunteering Optometric Service to Humanity and provided eye care to residents of La Paz, Bolivia. Being near-sighted as a kid, Dr. Lindenman was amazed at his first contact lens visit to his local eye doctor. He realized at a young age that he wanted to help other people in the same way. Dr. Lindenman returned to a small town to practice optometry because he wanted to provide care to patients of all ages. He is interested in helping patients with ocular disease, contact lenses, glaucoma, and has set up a specialty dry eye clinic to help people overcome the common issue of dry eyes. Dr. Lindenman is an active member of the Kansas Optometric Association and the American Optometric Association.
Dr. Lindenman resides in Winfield with his wife, Beth, and three kids, Breckyn, Brody, and Cale. Breckyn attends Belmont University in Nashville, studying songwriting. Brody is a senior at Winfield High School and Cale is a junior. During the school year, Dr. Lindenman and his wife cheer Brody and Cale on at their many activities, including: golf, wrestling, football, and baseball. On the weekends he stays busy with his kids’ sports, and also enjoys hunting, fishing, playing golf, and carpentry work. They also stay busy with two Vizsla hunting dogs, Lizzy and Kaia, and a spoiled French Bulldog, Zoey.