Beyond seeing clearly
A Behavioural Optometrist is about vision.
Behavioural Optometry for Adults
Are you experiencing any difficulties with your vision beyond your eyesight, such as headaches, migraines, double vision, or blurry vision? A behavioural optometrist could help you to enhance your visual processing.
Behavioural optometry involves an assessment of your vision, your lifestyle and your work need. From this assessment, if necessary, a treatment plan will be organised. This may include vision therapy, vision tools used for certain tasks and/or specific glasses.
Behavioural Optometry can also be used for adults who have been injured from causes such as concussion, whiplash, or a head injury. Depending on the severity of the injury, Eyes by Design will work with you to train your eyes and brain to work together.
Behavoural optometry can also be useful for visual problems that arise after people suffer a stroke or from neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s Disease.
If you are concerned at all about your vision, have a chat to our behavioural Optometrist, Dr Nicholas Altuneg (Dr Nick).
Behavioural Optometry for Children
Children assume they see the same as everyone else and rarely report any issues or problems with their vision. Children will assume blurry objects, headaches or eye strain are normal and don’t think to ask or complain about it.
Vision problems not only affect how a child sees, but it can also affect their performance at school. They can worsen as they get older if left untreated or create further problems later in life. The only way to be sure that your child does not have a vision problem is to have their eyes examined by a Behavioural Optometrist.
Eyes by Design have set up a Children’s Vision Clinic specifically for growing child’s needs, their specific eye problems and improving their learning and development.
Click here to read more about behavioural optometry in children.
About Dr Nicholas Altuneg, Behavioural Optometrist
Eyes by Design behavioural optometry clinic is in Kincumber, a suburb on the Central Coast.
It’s important to assess and get the right diagnosis to start remedial treatment. If you are not sure if you need a behavioural optometrist, that’s OK, let us assess you.
Please call our practice on 4369 8169 and have a discussion with Dr Nick, about your concerns. He will be able to advise you on your next step to help you with your vision issues.