Dr. Steven Roberts DVM, DACVODr. Roberts has been involved exclusively in veterinary ophthalmology since 1981 and was board certified by the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists in 1984, after finishing a residency at Colorado State University. Following the residency, Dr. Roberts was an assistant professor of ophthalmology at North Carolina State University from 1984-1987 and then returned to Colorado State University. At CSU, he was an assistant professor from 1987-1992 and then was promoted to associate professor from 1992-1997. Following six years as associate professor Dr. Roberts established Animal Eye Center in January of 1998.
Steve Carter, D.V.M. Dr. Carter received his veterinary degree from Colorado State University in 1981. In 1982, he interned at a private mixed animal practice in Park City, Utah. He has since owned several veterinary hospitals in Southern California and Utah. His experience includes small animal medicine and surgery as well as equine sports medicine and surgery. Dr. Carter is certified to perform the Slocum Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO) procedure to repair ruptured cruciate ligaments in dogs, is experienced in small animal orthopedics and neurosurgery as well. In addition, he was also one of the first general practitioners to employ CO2 surgical laser during surgery in 1996. He is a member of the AAEP, AAHA, CVMA, AVMA, and Fellow of the Veterinary Surgical Laser Society. In his spare time Dr. Carter enjoys riding his mule "Wanda" and utilizing his private pilots license.
Beth A. Lewis - DVM Dr. Lewis is originally from Corydon, Indiana where she grew up on a popcorn farm near the border of Kentucky. She traveled to the University of California, San Diego for her undergraduate studies to obtain a BS in Neurophysiology. She returned to her home state of Indiana in 1998 to attend veterinary school at Purdue University. After graduating from Purdue in 2002, Dr. Lewis participated in a small animal rotating internship at the University of Illinois, Champaign/Urbana. Wanting to further develop her surgical skills she also participated in a small animal surgical internship the following year at the Dallas Veterinary Surgical Center in Dallas,Texas. Dr. Lewis completed a three year surgical residency at Mission MedVet in Kansas City in May of 2007. She joined the team at Colorado Veterinary Specialists in the summer of 2007 and became co-owner of the practice in 2012. Dr. Lewis enjoys the mountains and being close to the rest of her family. She currently performs orthopedic, neurological, and soft tissue procedures. Her surgical interests include oncologic procedures, minimally invasive techniques and skin reconstructive techniques. Her personal interests include hiking, snowboarding, Ultimate Frisbee and spending time with family.