IMG 2219Dr. Daniel Rayman

Dr. Daniel Rayman was born and raised in the Greater Toronto Area.  He graduated with High Distinction from the University of Toronto with a double major in Human Biology and Zoology in 1999.  Dr. Rayman then continued his education at the prestigious Illinois College of Optometry graduating Magna Cum Laude in 2003.  Dr. Rayman has completed clinical rotations in pediatrics, binocular vision, ocular disease, and contact lenses at various clinics and teaching hospitals throughout North America.  He has completed thousands of hours of didactic, practical and clinical education specializing in the care of patients with binocular vision disorders, learning related visual disorders, strabismus, amblyopia and brain injury.  Dr. Rayman enjoys seeing patients of all ages, and especially enjoys working with children.  He is a member of the Ontario Association of Optometrists, College of Optometrists in Vision Development, Canadian Optometrists in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation, Optometric Extension Program Foundation and the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association.  In his spare time, Dr. Rayman enjoys exercise, travelling and spending time with his wife, son, and big dog!



Lindsay Headshot 1Dr. Lindsay Gallowitz

Dr. Lindsay Gallowitz was born and raised in Richmond Hill. She completed her Doctor of Optometry with honors at the University of Waterloo School of Optometry. Dr. Gallowitz received training in ocular disease management and therapeutics from the Lebanon Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Pennsylvania, as well as completed clinical rotations in contact lenses, binocular vision and paediatric care. She has also travelled on mission trips to Peru and Honduras, where she provided eye examinations and glasses to patients with limited access to eye care. Dr. Gallowitz likes to spend her free time with family, reading a good book, or hitting the ski slopes in the winter. She looks forward to keeping your eyes healthy and seeing their best!


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