Using your Vision


Working with computer screens and smart phones places greater demands on the eyes than historically traditional office work. Working for long periods without breaks tires your focus onto the screen.

Adverse symptoms are headaches, blurred vision, problems changing focus, and burning eyes. We can assess the eyes and then provide guidelines for looking at screens.

Sport/Work/school: School and  occupations may have specific demands that create adverse symptoms. The way we use our vision may increase these difficulties. A routine vision exam will let you know whether your vision is contributing to problems. Additionally the digital device sheet attachment on the website can be useful.