was raised in Western Canada. He attended Norwich University in Vermont on a hockey scholarship. He received his doctorate from the New York College of Optometry in Manhattan after obtaining Bachelor of Science degrees in Biology and Sports Medicine. He performed rotations in a Queens VA hospital, specializing in glaucoma care, and in an outpatient clinic in the Bronx. Immediately after graduating, he moved to Reno to start practicing Optometry. He is a member of the American Optometric Association and is Board Certified by the National Board of Examiners in Optometry for the treatment and management of ocular disease. Dr. Rowan, his wife Amy, and their three children have lived in Reno for the last 11 years.
was born and raised on a dairy farm in a tiny town in south central Idaho. He attended Dordt College in the small town of Sioux Center, Iowa where he obtained a bachelors degree in Psychology. He participated in a humanitarian trip to rural Honduras in 2009 in which he was able to provide eye care for those who had no access to medical attention. In 2011 Steven graduated from Pacific University College of Optometry with high honors for his academic achievements and then went on to complete a residency program in ocular disease and primary eye care at the Northern Indiana Veterans Affairs Health Care System in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Steven's expertise lies in primary care optometry, contact lenses, including dificult-to-fit contacts, and ocular disease. He enjoys playing and watching any and all sports, hiking and mountain biking in the great outdoors with his wife, Stacy, and is very happy to call Reno is home.