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Dr. Zeiler graduated from the Optometry Program at the University of Waterloo in 2002. During her studies at Waterloo, Dr. Zeiler interned at the Omni Eye Care Clinic in Baltimore, Maryland. This internship gained her clinical experience in treating eye diseases and co-management of post operative surgical patients including cataract and laser correction of refractive error. After graduation, Dr. Zeiler spent one year as an associate with an established practice in Hamilton. In October 2003 she opened to patients behind AAJones Optical in Caledonia, then in August 2005 Dr. Zeiler bought the optical dispensary from AAJones. Dr. Zeiler’s full scope optometric practice continues to grow thanks to her excellent patient care and word-of-mouth referrals.
In addition to her practice, Dr. Zeiler runs clinics at St. Peter’s rehabilitative hospital in Hamilton and in local area nursing homes. She also works with local elementary schools conducting vision screening for Senior Kindergarten students and has an excellent presentation on eyes geared for students in Grades 4 & 5. Dr. Zeiler gladly participates in school fairs and open houses.
Dr. Zeiler is available for speaking engagements discussing vision and eye health for local organizations.
After years of anticipation, on April 7th, 2011, we are pleased to announce that optometrists are permitted to prescribe ocular medications. Dr. Zeiler is authorized to prescribe under the current regulations of the Optometry Act of Ontario. New!
Dr. Zeiler is a member of:
Ontario Association of Optometrists
Canadian Association of Optometrists
Canadian Society of Clinical & Refractive Optometry
American Optometric Association
Low Vision Section of the American Optometric Association
College of Optometrist of Ontario
Lise joined Dr. Zeiler in 2005 and brought with her 18 months of retail optometry experience. Since then, Lise has been responsible for selecting frames, managing the frame board, repairing glasses and ordering the lenses used to make glasses. Lise is extremely talented in helping patients select the frame most pleasing to their features and life style as well as selecting the best lenses for their visual needs. She also trains patients in the insertion, removal and care of contact lenses. In 2007 Lise completed the Canadian Certified Optometric Assistant (CCAO) course, which provides assistants with an in-depth knowledge of various equipment, procedures and techniques needed to function smoothly and efficiently in an optometric practice. Lise is married and mom to 3 wonderful children.