Your Eyes // Specific Conditions, Symptoms, Diseases & Injuries

Have experienced a sudden change in your vision or suffered an injury to your eye?

Please see our section on Situations that Require Prompt Attention

My eyes feel and/or look different from normal:

  • Dry eyes
  • Red eyes
  • Watery eyes
  • Itchy eyes
  • Eye infections (such as conjunctivitis)
  • Seasonal allergies
  • Inflammatory conditions & allergic reactions

My vision appears to be gradually changing:

  • Blurry in the distance
  • Blurry up close
  • Sore and tired eyes after reading
  • Needing more light to see clearly
  • Needing larger text to read easily
  • Frequent headaches
  • Squinting
  • Holding text at a distance to read
  • Avoiding certain activities as they may be causing eye strain or discomfort – e.g. night driving; computer work

Eye Conditions/Diseases

  • Co-management of Glaucoma with your Ophthalmologist
  • Macular Degeneration reviews
  • Diabetic eye examinations
  • See our section of the website on common eye conditions

Contact Lenses

  • Would they work for me?
  • I have them, but they are uncomfortable
  • New products that could benefit me
  • My contact lens tore when removing it – can you check if there’s any left in my eye

Laser Surgery

  • Determining if you are suitable for surgery
  • Referral to an eye surgeon
  • Post-surgery management


A routine review of your vision and eye health is recommended at least every 2 years. Many eye conditions and eye diseases progress without symptoms &/or signs until irreversible damage is done. Regular eye testing is extremely important for early detection & management of potential sight-threatening conditions.



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