Behavioural Optometry for Adults
Many people assume behavioural optometry is only for children, however it is actually applicable to the whole family.
Behavioural optometry assesses how comfortably the eyes work together, and also how the eyes and the brain communicate to process information. These skills are ones which adults use in many day to day situations, such as reading, computer work and mobile phone use. Therefore a behavioural optometry eye check can help you get the most out of your working day, without the annoyance of tired eyes and headaches.
Behavioural Optometry in acquired brain injuries:
Behavioural Optometry is also very useful in people who have suffered strokes and brain injuries, where the use of lenses and training can help to re-calibrate the brain, to help improve your perception of the world.