I had the opportunity to head to Portland, Oregon USA recently to attend a meeting on the multidisciplinary care of patients with dizziness. It was a long way to travel in a short space of time, and so I was taking a gamble on the quality of the meeting. This has been an interest of mine for a long time for both personal and professional reasons as I have been involved in the visual rehabilitation of patients for many years. It turns out that the trip turned out to be a success, the meeting was excellent.
Harmony Vision was founded with a commitment to improving our patient’s quality of life, whether this be with vision therapy, stress relieiving lenses, contact lenses or ergonic advice. We believe in combining the latest technology, research and clinical excellence to deliver this to our patients. Alice Forysth shares this vision, which is why Harmony Vision is so excited to welcome her to the team!
Alice Forsyth is an experienced optometrist who has recently joined the team at Harmony Vision.
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Contact lenses provide some great lifestyle advantages over glasses. An obvious advantage is being able to participate in activities where glasses are either difficult to use or get in the way. Water sports fits into this category, but water has a higher amount of Acanthamoeba, a pathogen that can cause serious eye infections.