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Introducing Myopia Profile

A clinical framework tool to determine patients at risk of myopia development and progression.

  • Contains latest research on myopia development
  • Easy to use chair side information
  • Assists in treatment strategies
  • Customisable patient handout

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If you are a parent of a child with myopia, head to our additional website www.mykidsvision.org which provides a risk factor survey, along with information on treatments for myopia.

Latest Blogs

Myopia control – science or luck?

By | August 10th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorised|

Mounting evidence from clinical studies published in the last 10 years demonstrate the efficacy of orthokeratology (OrthoK) in slowing myopic progression and controlling axial length increases in children.1,2 OrthoK has also been shown to be [...]

Is your myopia strategy just OK?

By | June 14th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorised|

Recently, I presented the following case report to a group of colleagues: Asian girl, 9 years old, referred to you for myopia control. Based on the reference notes, she is OD -4.50/-0.75 x 180 and [...]

Vision with Pediatric Bifocal Contact Lens Wear

By | March 1st, 2017|Categories: Uncategorised|

Center-distance soft multifocal contact lenses have been shown to slow the progression of myopia,1-5 but practitioners around the world are concerned about the vision produced by soft multifocal contact lens wear in children. Many doctors [...]

How To Guides

Clinical Myopia Management (Lecture)

By | December 11th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorised|

This one hour lecture, delivered to final year QUT optometry students in August 2017, covers the 'why' of myopia control, a brief literature review, putting it into practice and clinical resources available online. [...]

Binocular Vision – Easier Than You Think (Lecture)

By | December 11th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorised|

This one hour lecture, delivered to final year QUT optometry students, describes a simplified two-system approach to BV diagnosis and management, with cases, then details easy use of prism correction for vergence disorders; changes [...]

Prescribing adds for near esophoria

By | November 10th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorised|

From a myopia control point of view, esophoria and accommodative lag are the key clinical red flags in assessing your patient’s visual efficiency, and thankfully both will usually respond positively to a near addition. Studies [...]