The Rise of Digital Eyestrain and How to Avoid It
Digital devices have become part of our everyday lives. We use them for work, study, reading, playing and communicating with loved ones. For many of us, our
At Harmony Vision Care we are fortunate to have a team of leading optometrists who are passionate about helping our clients realise their best performance through better vision. One such member is Alice Forsyth, a behavioural optometrist who studied Optometry at UNSW and joined the Harmony Vision Care team in 2014.
What is dry eye?
Dry eye is a condition when the eye does not produce tears properly, or when the tears are not of the correct consistency and evaporate too quickly.
The new “SeeColors” app from the collaboration between Samsung and Colorlite allows people with colour vision deficits to have their phones (and TV eventually) adjusted so they can differentiate between a great number of colours on the screen.
1 in 5 children suffer with an undetected vision problem
(source Optometry Australia 2017).
This is an issue that is close to the hearts of the team at Harmony Vision Optometrists. We founded the practice to concentrate on providing an extended range of vision treatments to people of all ages, this inevitably lead to a strong focus on children. Why?