Colby B. Curtis, O.D.
Dr. Curtis joined our practice in 2007. He is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the Southern College of Optometry in Memphis, Tennessee. He did his undergraduate work at BYU graduating Magma Cum Laude in neuroscience with a businss minor. Prior to college, he lived in Rock Springs, Wyoming and is comfortable with the setting in Elko and the many outdoor benefits available. He enjoys camping, hunting, hiking and fishing, as well as several team and individual sports. Dr. Curtis and his wife Anne have a son and three daughters. He is an active member of the local Rotary Club and his church. Dr. Curtis is active in the community, serving on the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board and volunteering as a coach in the American Youth Soccer Organization. He is also a member of the American Optometric Association and the Nevada Optometric Association. Dr. Curtis is certified to treat and manage ocular diseases, and enjoys seeing patients of all ages.
Micah L. Williams, O.D.
Dr. Williams comes to us from Utah, where he has practiced optometry since 2016. Dr. Williams earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Utah Valley University followed by his Doctor of Optometry degree from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Science, School of Optometry. He received an award for demonstrating clinical excellence for his work involved with Community Health Centers in the New England area. Dr. Williams is certified to treat and manage ocular diseases, and enjoys all aspects of optometry. He has committed his career to helping his patients achieve their best vision. Dr. Williams enjoys spending time with his family, hunting, fishing, and being outdoors.
Dr. Spencer J. McConkie, O.D.
Dr. McConkie joined Total Eyecare in the summer of 2020, having graduated Cum Laude from Southern College of Optometry (Memphis, TN) in 2016. He spent the previous four years practicing optometry on the high plains in rural Colorado. He grew up in Southern California and Salt Lake City, Utah and earned a degree in Business Management from Brigham Young University in 2005. Dr. McConkie is a fluent Spanish speaker and enjoys providing eye care to underserved communities—having traveled to Mexico, Honduras, and Costa Rica for humanitarian vision trips.
Dr. McConkie’s greatest joy in life is his family. He and his wife, Emily, are the parents of eight children—Mary, Emma, Hyrum, Eliza Jane, Levi, Lucy, Bruce, and Sara. He enjoys DIY projects, playing and watching sports, baking, hiking, camping, traveling to new places, and just about any activity with his kids.
Dr. Thomas D. Gall, O.D.
Total Eyecare would like to welcome Dr. Thomas Gall and his family to the Elko area!!
Dr. Gall will begin seeing patients at Total Eyecare on June 1st.
Dr. Gall was born and raised in the city of Spokane, Washington, where he lived before serving a two year church mission in Brazil. He completed his undergraduate studies at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah where he earned a Bachelor's Degree in Physiology and Developmental Biology.
Following his undergraduate studies, Dr. Gall studied Optometry at Midwestern University in Glendale, Arizona, where he graduated near the top of his class. He enjoys primary care optometry as well as managing and treating ocular diseases. Being a type 1 diabetic himself, Dr. Gall especially enjoys caring for and educating patients on diabetes and its potential impact on ocular health.
Dr. Gall started his optometry career in Arizona before spending the last 3 years caring for the visual needs of the people in the Winnemucca area. During that time he and his family have come to love the small town life found in Northern Nevada and have decided to raise their family here.
When not at work, Dr. Gall enjoys spending time with his wife Heidi and their 2 year old son McKay. He is a sports enthusiast and especially enjoys cheering on BYU football and Gonzaga basketball. Dr. Gall also enjoys going to car shows, and working on his 1969 Dodge pickup. He and Heidi are excited to call the Elko area home and be part of the community.