We are an experienced team of eye care professionals dedicated to providing thorough vision assessments, eye heath care, vision care and therapy. We strive to help each person use their vision to its fullest potential. To provide you with the best possible care, our staff are carefully chosen to provide for your visual needs. We are committed to ongoing education so we keep up with the latest research.
Seeing clearly and having good vision are not the same. You may have 6/6 sight, but have poor vision. Good vision helps you derive meaning from sight and directs your actions. Vision reaches into space beyond what you can touch. When it is working well you don’t have to taste, touch, smell, or hear to understand the world around you. Having good vision allows you to move efficiently.
Vision helps you remember what you see and predict the possible consequences of your actions (see into the future). Whilst many of us think in pictures, using vision all day, there are many who do not have this ability and tend to think in words. When we think visually we learn, work and play much more effortlessly and efficiently.
Michael Smith – Behavioural Optometrist
Michael graduated in 1976. Having always worked in behavioural vision care, he has a wealth of experience and is passionate about behavioural optometry and it’s potential to change people’s lives, with lenses and vision therapy. He has particular interests in vision development and it’s effect on behaviour and learning, strabismus (turned eye) and visual sequelae of brain injury.
Cath Meloury – Practice Manager & Optical Assistant
Tara Tibos – Optical & Dispensing Assistant
Melissa Chaston – Lens Dispenser & Technician
Sally Lidgerwood – Vision Therapist
Wendy De Oliveira – Vision Therapist
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