Dr. Kevin Cline
Dr. Kevin Cline was raised in Western Kansas in the small town of Victoria. He graduated from Victoria High School in 1974. He went on to Kansas State University and earned his bachelor of science in Chemical Science and also earned his teaching certificate.
After college, he taught High School Chemistry, Physics, Biology, and General Science. After two years, he left teaching and worked at Arrow Laboratories in Wichita for 4 years. During his term at Arrow Laboratories he went to school part time and applied to Optometry school.
In 1985, he was accepted to Northeastern State University College of Optometry. While at Northeastern, Dr. Cline was accepted into Beta Sigma Kappa Honor Society. BSK is an association for those students at the top of their class; Dr. Cline was a member for all four years of Optometry school. He was awarded outstanding Senior Research Project which was eventually accepted for publication. Dr. Cline graduated from Northeastern College of Optometry in 1989. He has practiced in the Wichita area since 1989.
Mulvane Vision Care was opened in 1992. In addition to primary eye care Dr. Cline provides the unique service of treating Learning Related Vision problems such as difficulties with eye tracking, focusing, eye teaming, visual motor, visual perceptual problems, amblyopia and eye turns.
Dr. Cline is a member of the American Optometric Association and served for 3 years on the Pediatric/Binocular Vision Committee. He is also a member of Kansas Optometric Association, the Optometric Extension Program, and a Fellow in the College of Optometry in Vision Development. Dr. Cline also is an adjunct professor at Newman University where he teaches a workshop on Vision and Learning.
Dr. Cline is married to Wendy and they have four children: Kyle, Andrea, Brent, and Jeremy. Dr. Cline enjoys writing songs, singing, and playing the guitar.