At Microprism Optics we provide an extensive range of services:

Neuro-rehabilitative Optometry:

This form of optometry assists with the integration of neurologically (brain) based issues that can affect vision, for example closed brain injuries, from motor car accidents or concussion. It also includes vision, brain and body integration for patients with conditions such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, post operative care and other neurological degenerative diseases and anomalies.

Vision is a major part of brain processing and changing muscle use and vision using appropriate microprism and lens combinations, can affect neurological pathways.

Behavioural Optometry:

Specific process, function and task related:

Behavioural optometry deals with a variety of processing disorders such as dyslexia and concentration issues. ADHD and various forms of autism are also facilitated into a greater ease of visual consciousness that has positive effects on behaviour. Changing spatial context and perspective using appropriate lens and prism can positively affect and change these conditions.

Holistic Optometry:

Vision is not a process that occurs in isolation to the rest of the body. It affects posture, balance, movement, intention and even emotions. Holistic optometry looks at the connection of all of these domains so that they can work seamlessly together giving a more enriching experience to see, feel, be and do well. Testing is primarily done under binocular conditions with ambient lighting, not isolating the two eyes. Although we have two eyes we have one vision that needs to be coordinated in conjunction with the rest of the body to work well together. All patients can benefit from this process.

Integrative Quantum Optometry:

QOO (Quantum Ophthalmic Optics) is the basis of the Microprism method. It is using lens and prism combinations in a quantum (infinite way) holographic (multi-variable) manner. This means that new possibilities of seeing can be directed coherently with light as the energy medium, which has flow on effects to “focus” the rest of the body. This is possible because the visual pathways traverse and make connection to every part of the brain.

The brain has great ability to regulate itself so that with the appropriate modulation of a person’s vision, consequent positive changes can occur on the brain and the rest of the body.

Please refer to the book In Focus for further details.

Microprism Glasses:

These prism glasses deliver holistic vision training, reduced lower prescriptions and vision, mind and body improvement as described on this website.

Microprism Prismatic Integration - Dispensing:

Prismatic Integration can be explained as the process of massaging the eyes with light to trigger integration with the microprism lenses.

Please refer to Prismatic Integration page

Contact Lenses:

We supply a full assortment of Bausch and Lomb and Gelflex contact lenses from disposables to RGP (Rigid Gas Permeables).

Retinal Photography:

This photography is used to document any abnormalities of disease process affecting the eye and disease such as diabetes, age-macular degeneration, glaucoma, neoplasm of choroid, cranial nerves, retinal or eyeball.

Optical Coherence Tomography:

3D detailed images from within the biological tissue of the eye/retina.

Corneal Topography

This process maps the surface curvature of the cornea, the outer structure of the eye.

Visual Fields Testing & Analysis:

Used to monitor central and peripheral vision and monitor glaucoma.

Bioptron Light Therapy:

Use of non-coherent biologically active light and coloured filters to relax and energise vision and body.

Nutrition for Vision & Body:

We can recommend a variety of supplementation for vision and body health.

Frame Selection & Service:

We offer a comprehensive and diverse range of modern frame brands and models and a complete service and warranty of frames. Patients are welcome to bring in their own frames or purchase frames from us.

Conditions that can be helped

Our approach at Microprism Optics can help a number of conditions, including but not limited to the following:

  • Dyslexia
  • Turned eye (strabismus)
  • Lazy eye (amblyopia)
  • Psycho-visual disorders including stress, headaches, fatigue, anxiety and depression
  • Visual-somatic (vision-body) balance - emotional and physical
  • Vision body energy dynamics and patterns
  • Learning disorders or difficulties
  • Stroke and closed brain rehabilitation
  • Ocular-somatic muscle tension
  • Recovery from injury
  • Short sighted, long sighted, age related vision and astigmatic vision anomalies
  • Vertigo
  • Glare issues
  • Post eye and body surgery

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