Having grown up in Southern Ontario, Dr. Moeinifar graduated from the University of Western Ontario where she received a Bachelor of Health Sciences with Honours. She received her Doctor of Optometry degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry in the United States, receiving the highest clinical honours for her work in Primary Care Optometry and Low Vision.
Dr. Moeinifar completed three years of internships that included the disease intensive primary eye care division of the Baltimore Veterans Hospital in Maryland as well as the renowned Feinbloom Low Vision Center at the Eye Institute in Philadelphia. It was here she gained extensive training in the use of ocular and oral therapeutics to treat and manage many ocular pathologies.
To date, in the province of Ontario, she remains licensed in the use of topical and oral therapeutics to treat many disorders of the eye. Dr. Moeinifar also has a special interest in pediatric Optometry, and is skilled in the diagnosis of many childhood eye disorders. She is a certified Orthokeratologist and takes particular interest in Myopia Control which involves slowing down the advancement of nearsightedness in children.
Dr. Moeinifar is a current member of the Ontario and Canadian Association of Optometrists and the American Academy of Orthokeratology and Myopia Control. She is board certified to practice in Canada as well as the United States. Her special interests include spending time with her husband and fellow Optometrist, Dr. Richard Combden and their two children, as well as traveling.