Dr. Alisa Khan graduated from the University of Waterloo-School of Optometry in 2005. She holds a Doctor of Optometry degree and an Honours Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Waterloo.
Dr. Khan successfully completed an externship in therapeutics and ocular diseases at the progressive and nationally known Ophthalmic Consultant Centers-Canadian Center for Advanced Eye Therapeutics in 2004 in Mississauga. She is qualified to prescribe therapeutic agents for the treatment and management of ocular diseases.
Not only is Dr. Khan involved in her private practice, but she is also a Clinical Supervisor at the University of Waterloo. Dr. Alisa Khan maintains her academic involvement with the School of Optometry by being a Clinical Teacher in the Contact Lens Clinic and Primary Care Clinic since 2006. She is also an affiliated doctor with TLC.
Within the community Dr. Khan provides home visits to long-term care facilities for seniors and seminars on children’s vision at the Milton Public Library and Early Years Childhood Education program at the MCRC.
Dr. Khan has a passion for providing optometry to those less fortunate and was part of an eye care mission to Villahermosa Tabasco Mexico for one week where she performed eye exams for locals. She has many more planned missions for the future.
Dr. Alisa Khan is a firm believer in the saying “it is never too EARLY for an eye exam”. She has a special interest in paediatric eye exams and you will notice this when you enter Milton Eye Care, as it is very child-friendly. She believes child development and learning are intricately related to vision.
Don’t be surprised if you bump into Dr. Khan around town since she lives in Milton with her husband, and two young children.