Is an Optometrist certified by the College of Optometrists of Ontario
Dr. Tang has trained at the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute at the University of Miami (ranked as the top eye hospital in the US), at the Beijing Medical University, and received his degree of Doctor of Optometry from the University of California, Berkeley in 2001
After receiving his professional license, Dr. Tang served as a clinical instructor at the University of California Eye Centre and practiced at several clinics in the San Francisco Bay area
Returning to his hometown of Toronto, Dr. Tang brings unique qualifications as one of the few optometrists hospital-trained in ocular disease, blending this experience with traditional optometric services. He finds it intensely gratifying to stay current with the newest research and developments in eye care, collaborating with his colleagues and ophthalmology specialists, and providing high-level care to his patients with a personal touch
When not spending time with his wife or chasing around his twin daughters, Dr. Tang enjoys biking, skiing, music and trying to learn French
Dr. Lena So
Dr. Lena So graduated from University of Waterloo Doctor of Optometry program with honours. She
completed her clinical training in rural Saskatchewan, Newmarket, and worked alongside
ophthalmologists in North York.
Dr. So is experienced in the management of ocular diseases such as diabetic retinopathy, cataracts,
macular degeneration, and ocular emergencies. In particular, she has a special interest in myopia control
using contact lenses, glasses, and medicated eye drops. In her spare time, she enjoys hiking and trying
new food. She is fluent in English and Cantonese, and welcomes patients of all ages.
Dr. Janice Luk (on leave)
Dr. Janice Luk was born and raised in Toronto. She graduated from the University of Waterloo with honours from the Doctor of Optometry program and the Bachelor of Science program.
Dr. Luk has volunteered on mission trips with VOSH in Mexico, is an active member of the OAO and CAO. She also volunteers annually with Homeless Connect to provide Toronto's homeless with eye care.
In her spare time Dr. Luk likes to road bike, run outdoors and snowboard. Dr. Luk believes strongly in the importance of communicating with each of her patients and feels privileged that providing eye care has become her full time occupation. She is fluent in English and Cantonese and welcomes patients of all ages.