Dr. Fung was born and raised in Ottawa, Ontario, where he graduated from University of Ottawa with a Bachelor of Science degree in biochemistry in 1993 followed by an additional Bachelor of Science degree (with honours) in human physiology in 1994. Fascinated by the complexity of human visual system, optics, and personally experiencing the reliance on glasses while growing up, he was able to combine his passion and interests by furthering his education and obtained his Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Waterloo, School of Optometry in 1998. During his studies, he was very active in current student affairs and served as President for the Optometry Student Association for three years. He continues to be affiliated with the University of Waterloo, by holding the position of adjunct clinical professor and devoting his clinic to optometry interns as a teaching facility. From 2000-2002, Dr. Fung served as Chief Optometrist for a national laser vision correction centre in Edmonton, and currently is an external consultant for LasikMD in Calgary.
Although Dr. Fung is well educated in the treatment of ocular diseases and injuries through extensive training at the Eye Foundation in Utah, in Salt Lake City, he practices holistic full-scope primary eye care for the entire family. His athletic nature in various sports disciplines cultivated a special interest in finding alternative methods to enhance and protect visual performance for athletes in competitive sports, whether it is through contact lenses, speciality lenses and glasses, safety goggles, sports vision therapy, or laser refractive surgery.
In his free time, Dr. Fung continues to combine various aspects of his work with play and can be seen on the baseball diamonds coaching his son’s Calgary South Division 8 Little League baseball team, or enjoying his various sports interests from skiing to golf. He is an avid photographer and is rarely seen without his camera.
Dr. Fung is currently an active member of the Alberta College of Optometrists, Alberta Association of Optometrists, Calgary Society of Optometrists, and Canadian Association of Optometrists and sits on the committees for the Canadian Examiners in Optometry and the Occupational Vision Care safety eyewear program for the Alberta Association of Optometrists.
Even though Dr. Fung is fluent in English, he is able to provide his services to his Cantonese-speaking patients when the opportunity arises.
Available at location(s): Douglasdale, Macleod Tr.
Dr. Arora has also been a part of a volunteer group that travelled to Cameroon, Africa to provide optometric care for those with limited access to services. She looks forward to many more volunteer opportunities in the future.
Dr. Arora’s primary interest lies in complete family care, and being a recent graduate, she brings the latest knowledge in optometric care to practice at Browz Eyeware/ Progressive Optometry. She strongly believes in patient education, and takes time at the end of each examination to review exam findings with her patients and address any questions, concerns or preventative measures to avoid certain future ocular complications.
When not at the clinic, Dr. Arora enjoys spending time with her family and friends. Her favorite activities include hiking, dance, yoga, and trying different types of food!
Dr. Arora is a member of the Alberta College of Optometrists, Alberta Association of Optometrists, and the Calgary Society of Optometrists. She welcomes the opportunity to meet new patients and their families. She is fluent in English and Hindi.
Available at location(s): Airdrie, Bridgeland, and Panorama
Available at Location(s): Bridgeland
Available at Location(s): Airdrie, Bridgeland, and Panorama
Dr. Debbie Luk is one of the few residency-trained and board certified Developmental Optometrists in Canada. In addition to primary care, she provides vision therapy and performs specialized testing to identify strabismus (eye turn), amblyopia (lazy eye) and learning-related vision problems. Dr. Luk is also experienced in treating patients with special needs, learning disabilities and traumatic brain injuries.
Dr. Luk graduated with an Honours Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Western Ontario. She then completed her Doctor of Optometry degree with Honours at the University of Waterloo where she served as President for four years. Upon graduation, she was presented with the prestigious American Optometric Foundation Carl Zeiss Vision Fellowship and the College of Optometrists in Vision Development Award for Clinical Excellence in Vision Therapy. Dr. Luk’s post-doctorate studies include a Vision Therapy residency in New York City. She has also earned a certificate of Advanced Clinical Competency in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation. In order to have the highest levels of knowledge and skills for treating her patients, she completed a certification process and was inducted as a Board Certified Fellow (FCOVD) of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. Dr. Luk has conducted research in juvenile glaucoma and cataracts, published in the Journal of Medical Genetics, and presented posters at the Academy of Optometry Meeting. She has lectured at continuing education conferences, where she spoke about treatments for adults with double vision. Furthermore, she has taught a binocular vision laboratory to optometry students. Dr. Luk is currently a Clinical Adjunct Professor at the University of Waterloo School of Optometry. Dr. Luk is a member of the Canadian Association of Optometrist, the College of Optometrists of Alberta, the Alberta Association of Optometrists, Calgary Society of Optometrist, the College of Optometrist in Vision Development, the Optometric Extension Program Foundation and the American Optometric Foundation.
Available at location(s): Airdrie, Bridgeland, and Panorama
Dr. Wright studied Biological Sciences at the University of Calgary and graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree in 2000 before making the big move to Australia where she completed a Bachelor’s of Optometry degree at the University of Melbourne in 2005. She loved Australia so much that she stayed for almost a decade. During this time, she decided to further her knowledge and obtained a post-graduate diploma in ocular therapeutics at the Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane. While in Australia, Dr. Wright mainly focused on patients with cataracts and glaucoma. She also volunteered for the Lion’s Club Low Vision Clinic.
In 2009, Dr. Wright returned to Calgary and currently also works at a national laser vision correction clinic. In 2012, Dr. Wright joined Browz Eyeware & Eyecare, bringing with her the wealth of knowledge and vast experience that she possesses in several areas of optometry and enjoys complementing her practice by seeing a variety of patients.
With a keen interest in travelling, Dr. Wright has served as a volunteered for eye care missions around the world including South Africa in 2005.
Dr. Wright is a member of the Alberta College of Optometrists, Alberta Association of Optometrists, and Calgary Society of Optometrists and is currently accepting new patients of all ages.
Available at location(s): Douglasdale
Dr. Jennifer Hugh was born in Calgary, however she grew up in Edmonton and completed her undergraduate studies at McGill University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Anatomy and Cell Biology in 2007. She then obtained her Doctor of Optometry degree from the Pacific University College of Optometry in Forest Grove, Oregon, graduating with distinction in May 2011. Shortly after graduating she practiced in Red Deer for one year before deciding to make the move to Calgary.
During her studies, Dr. Hugh completed internships at the Tyndall Air Force Base in Panama City, Florida, the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Family Vision Care in Edmonton, giving her a wide range of experiences in ocular disease and full-scope optometry. She also had the opportunity to participate in an eye care mission to Peru where she was able to provide care to an under-served population in the Colca valley. She hopes to continue giving back to the community by assisting with events hosted by the Canadian National Institute for the Blind and offering direct support to people with vision loss as a Vision Mate volunteer. In addition to general optometry, Dr. Hugh is interested in contact lenses, and cataract and refractive surgery co-management.
In her free time, Dr. Hugh enjoys trips to the mountains, skiing, and spending time with her family, friends, and cat, Kilo.
Dr. Hugh is a member of the Alberta College of Optometrists, Alberta Association of Optometrists, and Calgary Society of Optometrists. She is always accepting new patients and looks forward to serving communities in South Calgary.
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