Dr. Larry Sheldon
Dr. Sheldon attended both undergraduate and optometry studies at the University of Waterloo. He graduated in 1977, receiving his Doctor of Optometry degree. After traveling for a year, and working for another year to gain practical experience, he set up his office in Oakville in 1979. In 1982 he helped to establish the children’s vision program at the Vision Institute of Canada. In 1994 he attended and passed a 100 hour course to allow for the treatment of ocular eye disease with therapeutic drugs. Dr. Sheldon provides full vision care services to all age groups. He provides contact lens services with a particular interest in previous failures and difficult fits. He also provides laser surgery co-management and was involved in PRK and Lasik co-management from the very earliest days of these technologies.
Dr. Sheldon married in 1985 and has two sons.
Dr. Perry Amos
Dr. Amos graduated from the University of Waterloo in 1992 and Indiana University School of Optometry in 1996. Dr. Amos is a member of the Canadian Association of Optometrists and the Ontario Association of Optometrists. He is board certified by the Canadian Examiners of Optometry, and the National Board of Examiners in Optometry (USA). Dr. Amos also has certification in the Treatment and Management of Ocular Disease.
In addition to full scope primary care, Dr. Amos has special interest in paediatrics, contact lens, ocular nutrition, and refractive surgery.
Dr. Natasha Terzievski
Dr. Terzievski graduated from the University of Toronto in 2013 and University of Waterloo School of Optometry and Vision Science in 2017. She completed an internship at Eye Centres of South Florida in North Miami Beach, Florida to gain practical experience in ocular disease and therapeutics. Dr. Terzievski is board certified by the Optometry Examining Board of Canada and is a member of the College of Optometrists of Ontario and the Ontario Association of Optometrists. She is passionate about providing high quality eye care to her patients, with a focus on education and disease prevention.