WESTWOOD EYE DOCTORS is a full service vision and eye care clinic in Coquitlam, B.C. that has served the community since 1981.
Dr. Mah graduated from the University of Waterloo in 1981 with the Bernell Award for excellence in binocular vision. He has followed his interest in developmental vision by diagnosing and treating thousands of children and adults with learning and reading difficulties. His passion in providing vision therapy stems from his experience of seeing remarkable improvements in the lives of the many people he has treated. Dr. Mah is Board-certified to prescribe therapeutic pharmaceutical agents and to treat glaucoma. He is a member of the BC Association of Optometrists, a member of the Canadian Association of Optometrists, and an associate member of the College of Optometrists in Visual Development. He is a past Vice-President and currently a board director of the BC Association of Optometrists. As a director, he heads up the Eye See ... Eye Learn® program which brings eye care and prescription eyeglasses at no charge to Kindergarten children in school districts all across BC. Dr. Mah is also active in sports vision development to improve the ability of athletes to read the field of play faster and more accurately. He is the developmental-vision consultant for the BCHL Coquitlam Express hockey club.
Dr. Bryant Mah graduated from the University of Waterloo in 2015. Before Optometry he studied science and music at the University of Victoria while serving in the Canadian Forces. Dr. Bryant has travelled to Haiti to help provide care to the less fortunate.
Dr. Bryant completed his ocular disease externship in Mobile, Alabama at Vision America where he worked with eye surgeons in the fields of neuro-ophthalmology and retina.
He met his wife, Dr. Allison Mah, while in school. In his free time he likes playing ice hockey, tennis, fishing, camping, hiking and skiing. Dr. Bryant is very excited to be part of your eye care team at Westwood Eye Doctors.
Dr. Allison Mah graduated from the University of Waterloo in 2015 where she completed her Doctor of Optometry degree. She also did an ocular disease and therapeutics rotation at Vision America in Alabama with emphasis on neurological and retinal diseases. She is trained to prescribe glasses and contact lenses, manage binocular vision issues and ocular disease conditions. She is very thorough, and her utmost priority is to help you preserve your vision and care for your eye health. She is very knowledgable and continues to stay up to date to help her patients have the best care possible.