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Behavioural Optometry

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The goals of behavioural Optometry is to prevent vision and eye problems from developing or deteriorating, provide treatment for vision problems that have already developed (eg: eye turn, shortsightedness etc) and to ensure the visual abilities needed in the classroom, work place, when playing sport and using computers, are developed normally and working well. Behavioural optometrists undergo additional studies to gain deeper understanding of eye teaming plus brain development related to vision and learning within framework of assessing patient more holistically.

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