Meet our Optometrists
LivingHope Vision Clinic Doctors
Dr. Unyong Tina Jang, OD
Dr. Jang completed a degree of Bachelor Science at the University of Waterloo and received her Doctor of Optometry in 2006 from Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago. During her internship, Dr. Jang was exposed to diagnosing and treating various ocular diseases at Veteran Hospitals in the United States. She has spent extensive time at VA Connecticut Health Care:
Eastern Blind Rehabilitation Center treating various low vision cases consist of end-stage glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and other diseases such as retinitis pigmentosa. The experience truly helped her realize more why she is in the field of optometry. Furthermore, her experience in Kresge Eye Institute in Michigan widened her scope to fit specialty contact lenses for keratoconus and to manage and prescribe therapeutics to treat dry eyes and contact lens-related infections.
After her graduation Dr. Jang decided to stay in Michigan for two years where she gained extensive experience in primary eye care consisting of full scope in prescribing therapeutics, managing glaucoma and other ocular diseases, and prescribing contact lenses.
Dr. Jang returned to Canada in 2008 and has been working at a full-scope private practice setting.
Currently, she is pursuing a fellowship with the College of Optometrists in Vision Development.
Her special interest in vision rehabilitation and vision therapy for patients with acquired brain injury (ABI)/ Post concussion.
She holds a member of Vision Therapy Canada (VTC), member of Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association (NORA), member of Optometry Extension Program Foundation (OEPF), and a member of College of Syntonics (SCO).
Dr. Xiaojing (Katrina) Li, OD
Dr. Xiaojing (Katrina) Li, OD, earned her Doctor of Optometry degree from the University of Waterloo, graduating on the Dean’s Honours List. She completed her fourth-year external clerkships in Vaughan and Brantford with a focus on ocular disease and vision therapy. During her optometric studies, she was distinguished with the Drs. Wensveen and Smith Award in Binocular Vision and Perception and received the College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) Award for Excellence in Vision Therapy.
After obtaining her degree, Dr. Li pursued a residency in Low Vision Rehabilitation at the University of Waterloo. Throughout her residency, she gained substantial experience working with patients spanning all age groups, managing conditions such as low vision, post-stroke syndrome, traumatic brain injury, strabismus (eye turn), amblyopia (lazy eye), oculomotor dysfunction (eye-tracking issues), and visual information processing dysfunction. Moreover, she mentored as a clinical instructor for third- and fourth-year optometry students from 2022 to 2023.
Dr. Li is dedicated to providing comprehensive eye exams, low vision assessments, binocular vision assessments, and crafting individualized low vision rehabilitation plans and vision therapy programs to help patients meet their goals. She possesses a keen interest in myopia control, diagnosing and managing post-concussion syndrome, post-stroke syndrome, and pediatric binocular vision dysfunctions.
Currently, Dr. Li is a proud member of the College of Optometrists of Ontario, Ontario Association of Optometrists, and the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. She is in the process of securing fellowships from the College of Optometrists in Vision Development and the American Academy of Optometry.
Fluent in both Mandarin and English, Dr. Li is a valuable asset to diverse patient communities.
Our doctors are members of good standing in the Canadian Association of Optometrists,
Ontario Association of Optometrists, and College of Optometrists of Ontario.
The doctors also meet and have been accredited to prescribe therapeutic pharmaceuticals in Ontario as well as in the United States.