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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Vision with Pediatric Bifocal Contact Lens Wear

By | March 1st, 2017|Categories: Contact lens|

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 [...]

My patient, my life, their care: the timeless, perpetual thirst for knowledge in the field of eyecare

By | February 22nd, 2017|Categories: Clinical, Research|

It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single person in possession of an intelligent mind, must be attempting to juggle it all in their lives. For you and I, as eyecare practitioners, it means [...]

My journey into myopia control

By | January 27th, 2017|Categories: Bifocal glasses, Clinical, Contact lens, Soft multifocal|

I am an optometrist working most of the time in a community optometric practice and part-time as Director of Research at the Institute of Optometry. I have researched a few topics in optometry, but not [...]

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Using Myopia Profile

By | July 20th, 2016|Categories: How to|

In this short video, I introduce Myopia Profile, explain how I use it in practice, and describe two typical childhood myopia cases. I routinely use the profile when I am examining a child who is [...]

Prescribing adds for accommodation lag

By | December 11th, 2015|Categories: How to|

Essential reading to preface the below are my notes on how to measure near lag of accommodation and how to measure accommodative facility. You’ll have already read how assessing accommodative function at near is a vital [...]

Measuring accommodative facility

By | December 11th, 2015|Categories: How to|

Assessing accommodative function at near is a vital component of understanding the myopia profile of your patient. Myopic progression in children and adults can be influenced by binocular vision function. There is a reported association [...]