Noticed any symptoms that your eyes aren’t working as they should be? Tell-tale signs can include a wide range of symptoms, including redness, difficulty concentrating, fatigue, strain, infection, among others. Safeguarding the healthy function and health of our eyes starts with regular eye examinations by a professional optometrist, to detect problems before they exacerbate. Here at Eye Catchers Optical, we are passionate about providing comprehensive and holistic eye health services.
Our team of highly experienced optometrists can assist with everything from professional eye examinations to prescription glasses, sunglasses, contact lenses and specialised eye health services, including digital scans, visual field testing, macula and glaucoma assessments.
During your comprehensive eye examination, we will take the time to ensure we find the best possible solution for your visual needs. Eye exams generally take between 30 and 60 minutes, depending on your requirements. At your appointment, we will ask about the previous history of your eyes and eye-related family history. The optometrist will examine your:
Eye conditions we particularly investigate are:
Optical Mechanic, Optical Dispenser. Paul has amassed 43 years in optics. Originally apprenticed to his father James in 1975, they worked together in a Sydney lens laboratory that was at the forefront of developing and improving plastic lens manufacturing in Australia.
Paul has been practising in Chatswood for fifteen years. Prior to that, he practised in the city for 20 years.
Professional interests: include paediatrics and unusual facial fittings.
Practice manager, Optical Dispenser. Matt has been an optical dispenser for 35 years and has recently joined us after working 18 years at a prominent Northern Beaches practice. Matt brings with him a wealth of knowledge of optics. His area of expertise includes frame construction, multi-focal lens designs and dispensing. We are delighted to have Matt on board to further enhance our team at Eyecatchers.
Robert established his practice in Chatswood in the 1970’s. Robert still practices optometry part-time and enjoys the challenges every patient presents.
Professional interests: complicated contact lens fittings and dry eye management.
In January 2018 Rob consults Wednesdays & Fridays 10am- 1pm.
Daniel is a dedicated professional with over 25 years experience working as an independent optometrist. He believes in providing personalised service and always strives to find the best solution to every individuals visual needs.
Professional interests: He has a special interest in myopia control and contact lenses.
Daniel consults on Thursdays 10 am- 7pm, & Fridays 8.30 am – 4pm.
Leonie has been practising optometry for over 20 years and for the last 15 years, she has been with Eyecatchers.
Professional interests: macular assessment and nutritional advice for optimum eye health, also dry eye management and contact lenses.
As of January 2018, Leonie will be consulting on Mondays & Tuesdays 9.30am- 4pm.
John joined Mr John Simpson’s Gibb & Beeman’s practice in the 1970′s. Originally in Anderson Street, they moved to our current location over 30 years ago. John recently started consulting again after having a few years off and he is currently working part-time, Wednesdays.