Dr. Harbir Sian was featured on the Abbotsford News on March 12, 2016: Abbotsford doctor named Young Optometrist of the Year.
Dr. Gurpreet Leekha was interviewed by CFAX radio to discuss the topic of digital eye strain. This topic received interest in the media after the US-based Vision Council published a report in January revealing that 65 per cent of the population reported symptoms of digital eye strain. Listen to Dr. Leekha’s interview through the radio clip on Brittany King’s website. The interview begins at the 19:33 mark.
Did you know that our eyes are exposed to the same amount of UVA and UVB rays during both winter and summer? Dr. Devin Almond of Nuvue Optometry discusses with the Kelowna Daily Courier on 3 tips to keep your eyes safe this winter.
Dr. Stephanie Strawn stresses to parents the importance of booking regular eye examinations for their children in order to prevent undetected vision problems in the Kelowna Daily Courier Online: Pink eye: not a simple diagnosis.
Dr. Karen Janson van Rensburg chats to the Prince George Citizen: In plain sight about the importance of having regular eye examinations for children. Leslie Jackson shares her story about the discovery that her six-year old daughter, Sydney, was actually legally blind in one eye.
Dr. Devin Almond discusses the importance of eye examinations for young children in the Kelowna Daily Courier Online: Eye exams a vital part of back to school prep. Dr. Almond stresses the importance of an annual eye exam to ensure that the child’s vision is developing properly.
Dr. Tanya Flood is featured in the Campbell River Mirror Online: Eye exams a vital part of back to school preparations to discuss the importance of having regular eye examinations for children. Dr. Flood reminds parents that most vision problems are not easily detected and can have a significant impact on the child’s learning.
Dr. Kelly Newhouse encourages parents to book an eye examination for their child as part of their back to school prep in The Nelson Daily: Eye exams a vital part of back to school prep.
Regular visits to a Doctor of Optometry ensure kids can see their way to the best possible education. Read more…
Dr. Amanda Farley discusses the importance of protecting your eyes from harmful UV rays in the Vernon Morning Star Online: Sun-seekers urged to shade their eyes. People who live in warmer climates, children under 18 years of age, and outdoor enthusiasts are reminded to wear sunglasses and hats and to avoid overexposure to the sun.