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Revolutionary Treatment For Evaporative Dry Eye
Dr. Bryan Robertson

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Dr. Bryan Robertson, is a graduate of the University of Waterloo. Dr.Robertson was born and raised in Regina attending Sheldon Williams and later, the University of Waterloo . During the early years , Dr Robertson specialized in contact lenses and was instrumental in many of todays leading designs found such as the Oasys Toric lens by Johnson and Johnson . At that time he served as a consultant on several panels for contact lens and lens solution manufacturers.

Dr. Robertson founded South Albert Eye Clinic in 1986 with the goal of providing quality, comprehensive eye health services to families in the area of Regina coupled with a dedication to community outreach.

The year 2012 saw the expansion of South Albert Eye Clinic evolve into The Spectrum Eye Centre with two locations , the present eye centre in south Regina and the new eye centre in southeast Regina. The year 2013 saw the creation of The Dry Eye Clinic of Regina situated within The Spectrum Eye Centre.

Thirty years later, Dr. Robertson is proud to work with Dr Scott Friskie and together strive to deliver excellence in eye heath care to all patients.

Bryan is married to Jill and has three children, Chad who is a teacher in Calgary, Travis who has joined the practice , and Jessica who lives in L.A

Dr. Scott Friskie

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Dr Scott Friskie is a graduate of Sheldon Williams and after an under graduate degree in Science from the University of Regina , took his doctorate in Boston. He joined Dr Robertson in practice in 1995 where together they set out a course to provide excellence in the eye care field.

Scott is married to Robyn and they have three boys, Aidan, Noah and Graham

Dr. Michelle Vickers

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Dr. Michelle Vickers was born and raised in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and graduated from Carlton Comprehensive High School in 2004. She attended the University of Saskatchewan for three years and majored in Biology. She then continued her education at The New England College of Optometry (NECO) in Boston, Massachusetts and received her Doctor of Optometry degree in May 2011. In addition, she received a Bachelor of Science in Optometry from NECO.

Dr. Vickers completed an extensive year-long externship which included: Dimock Health Center, Boston’s largest and most comprehensive health and human services agency; VAMC - a Veteran’s hospital in Manchester, New Hampshire; an Indian Health Services hospital in Santa Fe, New Mexico; and Bear River Eye Center in rural Northern Utah. She gained a great deal of experience in the diagnosis and management of glaucoma, diabetic eye disease and age-related macular degeneration. Her clinical experiences have taught her the importance of compassion when diagnosing and managing ocular conditions, and that creative solutions along with empathy are fundamentals to healthcare that can only be delivered personally.

Dr. Vickers enjoys all aspects of optometry, with a keen interest in specialty contact lenses and ocular disease.

She enjoys a variety of outdoor activities including wakeboarding, snowboarding, hiking and photography, and recently discovered a love for fishing.

Dr. Vickers is pleased to be an associate with The Spectrum Eye Centre and she enjoys practicing her optometric career in her home Province of Saskatchewan.

Dr. Travis Robertson
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Dr. Travis Robertson was born and raised in Regina, and graduated from Campbell High School in 1997. He attended the University of Lethbridge for four years majoring in Biology. He then continued his education at The New England College of Optometry (NECO) in Boston, Massachusetts and received his Doctor of Optometry degree in May 2012.

Dr. Robertson enjoys all aspects of optometry, with a keen interest in specialty contact lenses, ocular disease with a special interest in dry eye therapy. Dr Robertson heads up the Dry Eye Centre of Regina , a division of The Spectrum Eye Centre.

Dr. Kayla Stevens
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Dr. Kayla Stevens was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science from the University of Manitoba in 2008. Dr. Stevens continued her education at the University of Waterloo School of Optometry and Vision Science where she played an active role in the optometric community. She received her Doctor of Optometry degree from Waterloo in 2012, graduating with honours.

During her final year of study, Dr. Stevens completed her clinical externships at various sites across North America. During her primary care rotation she had the opportunity to work alongside a board certified Developmental Optometrist in Calgary, Alberta, where she found a passion for pediatric eye care and vision therapy. She gained experience in the diagnosis and management of ocular pathologies on her Ocular Disease rotation at the Eye Associates of Pinellas Park in Florida. In addition to her domestic training, Dr. Stevens completed a vision care mission at the Foundation For International Self Help (FISH) Clinic in Kingston, Jamaica.

While her passion for her patients and vision care is great, Dr. Stevens also enjoys staying active with volleyball, tennis, and her new-found interest in golf. She enjoys spending her spare time at the cottage with friends and family. Dr. Kayla Stevens is enthusiastic about joining our team and providing full comprehensive eye exams for patients of all ages.