Dr. Kelly Lee is the owner and operator of Tonic Eye Care & Vision Therapy. She is proud to offer services in both English and Korean.
Dr. Lee has been providing primary care optometry and vision therapy services in Toronto since 2014. Prior to that, she taught for two years as an adjunct faculty member at the University of Waterloo School of Optometry and Vision Science.
Dr. Lee earned her Bachelor of Science degree and Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Waterloo (Dean’s Honours List). Dr. Lee was the recipient of the Good-Lite Pediatric Award for demonstrating outstanding clinical aptitude and interest in Pediatric and Special Needs Optometry. She completed her internship in Utah, where she received advanced training in the treatment and management of ocular diseases. After graduation, Dr. Lee completed additional training through a residency in Vision Therapy, Rehabilitation, and Pediatrics at the Pacific University College of Optometry in Portland, Oregon.
Dr. Lee has the following professional designations and memberships:
Rav is a warm and open minded person who loves working with people. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from York University with a Rehabilitation Services Certificate from Seneca College. She has extensive experience working with individuals with traumatic brain injuries and disabilities. Rav is passionate about making a difference in her patients’ lives through Vision Therapy. Outside of work, she enjoys drawing, reading, and baking.
Optometric Assistant for all your scheduling needs! At Tonic Eye Care, Justine will make sure all your questions are answered! In her spare time, she loves watching movies with her partner and cat, baking, and having a cozy night in!
Rodi is passionate and eager to continually learn new skills and information. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology degree from York University and is currently completing an Office Administration – Health Services Certificate from Seneca College. Outside of school and work, she enjoys collecting vinyl records and exploring museums/art galleries across the city.