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Dr. Richard Nielson

Dr. Nielson graduated from the School of Optometry at the University of Waterloo in 1985 with honors. His pre-optometry years were at the University of Alberta, in Edmonton where he grew up.
He qualified as a member of the national optometric honors society, Beta Sigma Kappa 1981-1985, while in optometry school. He received his Therapeutic Pharmaceutical Agent Certification from North Eastern State School of Optometry in Tahlequah, Oklahoma in 1993.

Dr. Nielson is very involved in church and community events, and enjoys waterskiing, boating, and squash. He is a husband and father of 4 children, and now a grandfather of 12 grandchildren. Along with enjoying life in Calgary he also likes to travel abroad to foreign and exotic destinations. In January 2015, he and his wife, Ann, spent 10 days in Jamaica with a team of eye doctors to provide humanitarian eye exams and glasses. More recently, Dr. Nielson and his wife, at their own expense, went to Fiji, (but this time for six months) to once again provide free eye exams and glasses to those very needy people in the remote villages around the different islands in the Fiji area.

Dr. Matthew Craig

Dr. Craig was born and raised in Calgary. He studied science at Mount Royal University before attending the University of Waterloo where he graduated from the Optometry program

Dr. Rahim Rhemtulla

Dr. Rahim Rhemtulla has been practicing Optometry since 2010 after graduating from Cardiff University School of Optometry. He is a member of the Alberta College Of Optometrists.

Dr. Asim Prasad

Dr. Asim Prasad was born in Quebec but raised in Calgary. Dr. Prasad attended the University of Alberta where he received his bachelor’s degree in Environment Science.

Dr. Anne-Michele Larocque

Dr. Anne-Michele Larocque is from Lameque New-Brunswick, an island community in north east New-Brunswick. She is a French Canadian Acadian, and fluent in both English and French.

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