Meet Our Eye Doctors

Matthew J. Bednar, O.D.

Matthew J. Bednar, O.D.

Dr. Matthew Bednar, a founding partner, has been with Bennett EyeCare Midwest since its inception in 2002. He grew up in Atchison, KS with his parents and two sisters. Dr. Bednar graduated from Maur Hill Prep School in Atchison, KS and then attended Rockhurst College in Kansas City, MO.

David T. Tischinski, O.D.

David T. Tischinski, O.D.

Dr. David Tischinski, a lifelong resident of the Kansas City area, joined the Bennett Eyecare Midwest team in August of 2002. Having graduated from Truman State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in health/pre-medicine in 1998. Dr. Tischinski continued his education at Indiana University School of Optometry, in Bloomington, Indiana.

Abbie Rondeau, O.D.

Abbie Rondeau, O.D.

Originally from Olathe, Kansas, Dr. Abbie Rondeau obtained her Bachelor's degree from Kansas State University (EMAW!) in 2004. She completed her Doctorate of Optometry at the renowned Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago, Illinois in 2008. Illinois College of Optometry is known for providing an outstanding clinical experience.

Ryan Broyles, O.D.

Ryan Broyles, O.D.

Dr. Ryan Broyles is a graduate of Rockhurst University in Kansas City. He received his doctorate of optometry degree with honors from Indiana University. During his training, he completed internships at the American Eye Institute in Lousiville, KY, the University of Nebraska at Omaha Medical Center, and the Atwater Eyecare Center in Bloomington, IN.

David Fritz, O.D.

David Fritz, O.D.

Dr. Fritz is a doctor of optometry with specialized training in ocular disease treatment and pre/post-surgical care. Dr. Fritz received his undergraduate degree from Iowa State University, Ames, Ioma. He received his doctorate degree at the Illinois College of Optometry, Chicago, Illinois. He completed internships at the Illinois Eye Institute, Chicago, Illinois, in several areas including primary care, pediatrics, ocular disease, glaucoma, developmental disability, sports vision and low vision.