What is an Orthoptist?
An orthoptist is a university-trained allied health professional whose specialties include eye movement disorders and ocular motility and diagnostic procedures associated with disorders of the eye and visual system. They provide eye care to patients with a range of eye diseases.
Orthoptists are able to detect, diagnose and manage a variety of conditions in both adults and children, as well as provide low vision services and rehabilitation. We commonly work alongside ophthalmologists and carry out the many tests that will assist your doctor in diagnosing and managing your condition.
Contact Chatswood Eye Specialists
The Chatswood Eye Specialists Clinic has been part of the fabric of Chatswood for 20 years. In 2016 we moved to our brand new clinic in the Chatswood Private Hospital building on Albert Avenue. This new and exciting consulting suite features the latest ophthalmology equipment and technology. Our doctors and eye specialists are leaders in their field and our highly trained orthoptists are on hand to take you through any tests that may be required during your visit. Please feel free to call one of the friendly reception staff if you would like to enquire about any of our services.
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