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180 Sheppard Avenue East
Located on the corner of Dudley and Sheppard
Just 7 min walk east from Sheppard Subway Station

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Dr. Kerry Salsberg

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Dr. Kerry Salsberg earned his Doctorate of Optometry from the University Of Waterloo. He was awarded the T.T. Beattie Award for Orthoptics and Visual Training, and is a proud member of the Ontario Association of Optometrists and Regional Administrator of VisionSource Canada.

Born and raised in Toronto, Dr. Kerry Salsberg was exposed to Optometry by his father, Dr. Stan Salsberg, a doctor of optometry, who has been in private practice for over 43 years. Dr. Salsberg knew that he wanted to follow in his father’s footsteps and has always been interested in science, technology, healthcare, and business. He has been in practice for 21 years and his interests include Pediatrics, Dry Eye Disease, and ocular nutrition. He is on the forefront of new instrumentation and invests in the latest technology to help in the early diagnosis of eye disease and to optimize visual clarity.

Outside of work, Dr. Salsberg enjoys spending time with his wife Devorah, and his three children Alesh, Zev, and Zahra. He loves to travel and experience different countries, cultures, and foods.

Dr. Salsberg is also the CEO of 3conX, a healthcare software company specializing in digital signage and patient communication tools. As part of the Eyes on Sheppard Clinic, our patients are contacted through this digital patient care service and have access to a wealth of eye health information that is personalized to a patient’s specific needs.

A word from Dr. Kerry Salsberg

I am blessed for many reasons. I work in a profession I truly love, surrounded by a team of dedicated and caring staff, in addition to serving so many wonderful and loyal patients. I am also fortunate to have worked with my father (and mentor) for over 21 years. He has not onĺy taught me the intricacies of running a business but most importantly how to provide the best in patient care and foster lifelong relationships. My father started the practice in 1972 with one employee and an office no more than 200 square feet in size. From the beginning, his practice was built on being to an effective listener and communicator while providing personalized care using the very best technology available. Over the last four decades, Eyes On Sheppard has used these guiding principles to become one of the biggest optometric practices in Toronto with over 20 staff, 8 doctors and serving over 60 000 patients.