Tan Sweet Wei
After earning a degree in optometry from the National Institute of Ophthalmic Sciences (NIOS), Tan Sweet Wei underwent the fellowship programme conducted by the orthoptists from Canada and the United States from the International Orthoptic Association (IOA) to subspecialise in orthoptic. Being patient and observant, she carries out eye examination for patient from all ages by diagnosing and managing those who suffer from eye movement disorders, through prescribing lenses or other optical aids and therapies.
Ms. Renuka Sundram
An optometry graduate from the National Institute of Ophthalmic Sciences (NIOS), Renuka Sundram was selected to further her fellowship programme in orthoptic conducted by orthoptists from Canada and the United States from the International Orthoptic Association (IOA). Managing patients of different age groups by being flexible and having great communication and observational skills, Renuka helps her patients overcome conditions such as lazy eye, squint and other vision problems related to binocular vision, in order for them to see well.
Mr. Mohamed Faiz bin Ramli
Mohamed Faiz bin Ramli graduated from the National Institute of Ophthalmic Sciences (NIOS) in October 2011, and futhered his studies in ocular prosthesis at the Lions Aravind Institute Community of Ophthalmology, Madurai India. Skilled in orbital implants and ocular prosthesis, he specialises in creating artificial eyes for patients who have lost their own, allowing patients to appear natural and have confidence in their appearance.