Click below to read about our new seminar on Natural Eye Care.
9.30am to 4pm
60 Flavelle St, CONCORD
(nearest train station is North Strathfield; or buses from Strathfield
travel to Concord Rd; plenty of car parking)
$185 (includes seminar notes)
Jennifer Chea is another experienced optometrist on our team. She graduated from the University of New South Wales with first class honours in 2000 and went back to complete her Masters in 2008. She specialises in children’s vision, behavioural optometry and advanced contact lens fittings.
Jennifer provides comprehensive assessments for both orthopticeye disorders and visual perceptual problems. Orthoptic eye conditions include amblyopia (where one eye is significantly ‘lazy’/blurrier then the other) and strabismus (where one or both eyes turn in or out too much).
Visual perceptual problems occur when the brain has trouble interpreting the information it sees. Many children who have learning difficulties can benefit from improving their visual perceptual skills. Jennifer designs personalised vision therapy program for children with orthoptic and visual perceptual problems. The vision therapy program involves in-office training as well as home therapy exercises. This method has been proven to be the most effective way to get results.
Although Jennifer enjoys seeing all contact lens patients, she has a special interest in difficult contact lens fittings. These include keratoconus, post surgical cases and orthokeratology. We have a corneal topographer here at Concord Eye Care which maps out your cornea, making contact lens fitting very precise.
We now offer weekly assessments and in-house training for children’s vision – to help binocular vision, lazy eyes, eye turn, visual perception, learning and concentration
call us to Book 87659600
Assessments cost $195, Medicare rebate is available
Training sessions are $65 each