Don P. Fong, O.D., F.G.I.
Don Fong, O.D., completed his Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees in Biology and Chemistry at Geneva College in 1973, and his Bachelor of Science in Physiological Optics at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. In 1977 Dr. Fong then completed his Doctor of Optometry degree (O.D.), including internships at the Western Pennsylvania School for Blind Children in Pittsburgh and at the Feinbloom Low Vision Center in Philadelphia, at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. In 1978 he completed a residency at the Gesell Institute, earning the E.B. Alexander Fellowship Award.
In 1995 Dr. Fong attained his clinical skills certification in Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation. His private practice in Sacramento, California, specializes in low vision and neuro-optometric rehabilitation. Dr. Fong is affiliated with the Northern California Rehabilitation Hospital, the Sierra Gates Rehabilitation Center, the Rose Center for Rehabilitation, the Sierra Summit Rehabilitation Center, the Brentwood Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center, and maintains privileges at Mercy General Hospital. He is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Sacramento Society for the Blind and the Sacramento Valley Optometric Society.
Dr. Fong is a member of the American, California, and Sacramento Valley Optometric Associations, the American Optometric Society, Optometric Extension Program, the California and American Optometric Association House of Delegates, was Secretary and is now the immediate Past-President of the Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation Association, International. He also co-authored "Neuro Optometric Rehabilitation Proposal for the Veterans Administration," and has been a regular speaker on visual impairment and rehabilitation for nearly 30 years.