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Optometrists have joined Ireland’s COVID-19 vaccination drive after members delivered the profession’s first jabs to members of the public.
A vast majority of persons within the local community have missed out on vital eye tests during lockdown, potentially putting their eyesight and wider health at risk, warn Specsavers Ireland.
Specsavers Eyre Square and Headford Road specialise in children’s eye care and provide expert advice on the best eyewear ranges for kids. This includes contact lenses, which can be perfect for afterschool sports and other recreational activities. Contact lenses are a great alternative for active children on the go, as glasses are not always the most practical option for GAA, gymnastics, or running around in the park after school.
Irish Rugby internationals Ultan Dillane and Dave Heffernan took advantage of Specsavers’ latest hospital-quality technology ahead of the Guinness Six Nations to help ensure they are at the top of their game.
It is important to take care of our eyes. Poor vision makes it harder to complete simple daily tasks such as reading, driving, and cooking. So when it comes to looking after our eyes' health, we want the best possible care. With that goal in mind Specsavers Galway - Headford Road introduced the revolutionary optical coherence tomography (OCT) scan to its store in June this year.
Ideally located in the centre of Galway city, looking out onto picturesque Eyre Square, The Skeff Late Bar is a monument of the city’s social scene. Soak up the atmosphere of the city over after
Specsavers Galway stores specialise in children’s eyecare and can provide you with expert advice on the best eyewear ranges for your little ones. This includes contact lenses, which are perfect for after school sports and other recreational activities ahead of the new school year.
You do not need to be an eyecare specialist to have heard of ailments such as glaucoma and cataracts that affect our eyes. However mention conditions such as blepharitis or meibomian gland dysfunction (MGD) and many of us would be left shrugging our shoulders. This is spite of the fact the two are leading causes of dry eye syndrome.
Are you aged 50 and over? Do you enjoy driving, cycling and walking but sometimes feel anxious on the road with all the changes there has been over the years?
This Christmas, to save you from tears, give your eyes some TLC at Oranmore Optometrists.
Men’s health clinician Aoife Ni Eochaidh, chartered physiotherapist, has announced details of the upcoming Men’s Health Seminar. The seminar will take place on November 5 in the Ardilaun Hotel, from 7pm to 9pm. Attendance is €10 payable at the door. Tea and coffee is included and a free raffle.