Isaac Woo graduated from Seneca College’s Opticianry program in 2012 with High Honours and was extremely honoured to be selected as Valedictorian. Since then he has been providing customized and personalized eyewear solutions in the prestigious Manulife Centre, starting with HBG Eyewear and continuing with Toronto Eye Care since their merger in 2016.
Isaac enjoys learning about the latest in advanced lens technology and making professional recommendations that will suit his patients’ needs. He believes that every patient has unique visual tasks and creates a personalized recommendation using a combination of protective coatings, lens designs, and multiple pairs focused on task specific eyeglasses. Isaac is driven by that special moment when a patient puts on their new eyeglasses and for the first time sees everything they have been missing.
In his time away from Toronto Eye Care, Isaac greatly enjoys cooking and consequentially eating great food. He is also a voracious reader, reading anything he can get his hands on. Fiction is preferred for pleasure and currently science-fiction, satire and fantasy dominate his reading list. When he finds the time he also loves playing both board games and video games.
Targeting dry eye in glaucoma patients | OptometryTimes t.co/GQcx1gi8z8Tue Jan 16 11:00:30 +0000 2018
Winter Safety Tips | The Canadian Association of Optometrists t.co/5IlnVuAEYTMon Jan 15 13:28:44 +0000 2018
The 20-20-20 Rule | The Canadian Association of Optometrists t.co/BFlxnYlRbjFri Jan 12 11:00:19 +0000 2018
Discovery brings stem cell therapy for eye disease closer to the clinic: Stem cell-derived retinal cells need prima… t.co/0u9MB7HdTkTue Jan 09 11:00:13 +0000 2018
Overcoming our fear of change | OptometryTimes t.co/v7rBTlzinyMon Jan 08 11:00:14 +0000 2018
Spot the Difference Game: Sharpen your visual discrimination skills by spotting the differences between the 2 pictu… t.co/DuQyDbZPbRFri Jan 05 11:00:17 +0000 2018
Macular Degeneration & How Toronto Eye Care Can Help t.co/cOfqoeCaD1Thu Jan 04 11:00:41 +0000 2018
The importance of eye health: from learning to preventing glaucoma t.co/sYTrkh2zXfWed Jan 03 14:06:36 +0000 2018
What Does Seeing Rainbow Halos Around Lights Mean for Your Eyes? t.co/xEfaKvmI8qTue Jan 02 11:00:00 +0000 2018
SFU engineer develops retina scanner that will diagnose eye diseases before vision loss occurs - University Communi… t.co/mOzDQIQ5iVWed Dec 27 11:00:40 +0000 2017