Dr. Cynthia Willis of Vernon’s Family First Optometry takes part in the World Sight Day Challenge as mentioned in the Vernon Morning Star.
Dr. Stephanie Strawn of Stickle & Strawn Optometry in Kelowna is featured in the Kelowna Capital News as a ‘Woman to Watch’, a weekly feature that profiles and nominates remarkable women in the community. Dr. Strawn touches upon her own eye health experience in her youth and how it led her to her current field as an optometrist as well as her advocacy work in the community.
Dr. Sara Kirby discusses the importance of comprehensive eye examinations for children and reminds parents to bring their children to an eye exam at an early age in the Delta Optimist: Don’t overlook eye health.
Dr. Mini Randhawa appeared on Fairchild TV to discuss about digital eye strain and the effects that screen time can have on our eyes for even after 40 minutes. The interview portion is in English with Chinese subtitles. View the video below or click here.
Dr. Meghan Ashton and Dr. Tanner Udenberg unveils the opening of Vernon Optometry in the Vernon Morning Star: Vernon Optometry looks to the future.
Dr. Sarah Kirby discusses how regular eye examinations can help detect other health problems going on in your body in the Delta Optimist: Tsawwassen optometrist warning against skipping regular eye exams.
Dr. Gurpreet Leekha appeared on Breakfast Television to discuss the importance of getting your eyes checked and how an eye exam can save your life. Watch Dr. Leekha’s interview on the Breakfast Television website.
Dr. Russ Ebata discusses how your eye health can help determine your overall health on CFJC Today.
Dr. Karen Jansen Van Rensburg discusses why even those with perfect vision should see an optometrist on a regular basis on: CKPG TV Protecting Your Vision.
In time for Vision Health Month, Dr. Gurpreet Leekha was interviewed by CTV Vancouver Island to discuss the importance of routine eye examinations for children. Watch Dr. Leekha’s interview on the CTV news website.