Great Eye Care Starts
With
A Great
Optometrist

OPSM's dedicated optometrists are in-store and ready to help with all your optical needs.

Great eye care isn’t just about today’s technology, or advanced, high quality lenses.
It starts with great optometrists, and now you can book an in-store consultation with a skilled
OPSM optometrist.

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ANAS, NZ
“Optometry allows me to provide people with clearer vision. It’s amazing being able to instantly turn peoples lives around with one consultation.”

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AMY, ACT
“My passion is detecting and managing ocular diseases. With OPSM’s advanced technology, I can provide the best possible care to my patients. I take pride in being the trusted expert.”

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NINA, NSW
“I have enjoyed coaching and mentoring the team of dedicated optometrists, inspiring them to perform at their full potential and providing support for them to pursue their interests.”

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ANTHONY, VIC
“Performing optometry well takes a team approach and a desire to really understand your patient. It’s a gratifying job! I take my time to get to know the “lives behind the eyes” and make positive impacts on people.”

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AMANDA, SA
“At OPSM there is very high standard of patient care. I love that the customer is at the heart of everything we do. I love working with OPSM's amazing team of passionate people and I’m proud of everything we do.”

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Meet Our Optometrists

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Anas has been an OPSM optometrist for over 10 years.

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“Optometry allows me to provide people with clearer vision. It’s amazing being able to instantly turn peoples lives around with one consultation.”

Why A Regular Eye Test Is So Important

Sometimes we forget that our biggest sense by far is vision and we really take clear vision for granted. Only once your vision starts deteriorating do you realise how important it is. Much like visiting your GP or Dentist on a regular basis, it’s also important to see your optometrist regularly to check your eye health. This is important as some eye conditions are irreversible and must be detected and treated early. Today’s technology allows us to detect minute changes to your eye health and treat a problem before it develops. Regular visits are essential so we can monitor your eye health and make the correct diagnosis.

To learn more about OPSM optometrists or book a consultation, click here.

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“Many eye conditions are treatable if detected early. It’s really important you have a check up once a year.”

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Amy is the Area Eye care Manager for ACT/NSW and currently
practises at the OPSM Belconnen store in Canberra.

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“My passion is detecting and managing ocular diseases. With OPSM’s advanced technology, I can provide the best possible care to my patients. I take pride in being the trusted expert.”

Most Eye Conditions Are Treatable When Detected Early

In Australia, 90 percent of vision loss is preventable or treatable, so making time for regular eye tests is essential to detect and treat ocular conditions early. Not just for now but for years to come. Many conditions such as the onset of glaucoma and age related macular degeneration may not display any symptoms in the early stages, so regular eye examinations are crucial to detect the warning signs.

To learn more about common eye conditions and treatments, click here.

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“Regular eye examinations allow us to detect ocular conditions at an earlier rate, such as glaucoma and macular degeneration.”

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Nina is the Managing Optometrist at OPSM George Street
and has been with OPSM since 2006.

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“I have enjoyed coaching and mentoring the team of dedicated optometrists, inspiring them to perform at their full potential and providing support for them to pursue their interests.”

Increased Screen Time And Short-Sightedness

We are all spending more time on smartphones, tablets, laptops and desktops, whether it’s for work, school or leisure. This may create visual fatigue, eye strain, headaches or blurred vision. The increased exposure to visual devices has led to an increase in short-sightedness. It is important to manage this earlier to preserve vision. Having regular rest breaks every 20-30 minutes, looking away into the distance, can help to prevent this. There are many options for Myopia Control including spectacles, contact lenses and therapeutic eye drops at OPSM.

To learn more about myopia and your eye health, click here.

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“Nowadays we spend so much time on our screens and devices and this has led to an increase in short-sightedness.”

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Anthony is an optometrist and Area Eyecare Manager for OPSM Victoria/Tasmania
and he’s been a member of the OPSM team for 11 years.

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“Performing optometry well takes a team approach and a desire to really understand your patient. It’s a gratifying job! I take my time to get to know the “lives behind the eyes” and make positive impacts on people.”

OPSM’s Advanced Technology

The technology that we use in our everyday lives is evolving at a rapid pace and the Eyecare technology that we use at OPSM is no exception. We use Ultra-Wide Digital Retinal scans; advanced 3D-OCT imaging; corneal topography and much more. Although some of these devices might sound unfamiliar to those who have had a "standard" eye exam, our eyes are precious and this innovative technology offers us to treat eye conditions more effectively.

To learn more about OPSM’s advanced technology and how it works, click here.

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“Our advanced technology is an important tool for patient education.”

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Amanda is managing optometrist at Marion OPSM in SA
and she’s been a part of the OPSM family for over 14 years.

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“At OPSM there is very high standard of patient care. I love that the customer is at the heart of everything we do. I love working with OPSM's amazing team of passionate people and I’m proud of everything we do.”

Mentoring Graduate Optometrists

Working with OPSM gives me the amazing opportunity to mentor graduates and students through our sophisticated Graduate program. This allows me to pass on clinical knowledge and guide them as they transition from university to a working environment. I am excited to support them and provide a high level of care for our patients. More than 300 new optometry graduates have completed our OPSM Optometry Graduate Program in the last 5 years. Our collection of industry experts, sophisticated training programs and advanced technology ensure a solid foundation to make our optometrists the best that they can be.

To learn more about OPSM’s Graduate Program, click here.

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“I’m passionate about what I do, because I love helping people, from the patients I see everyday to the graduates and students I mentor.”

We believe in providing high quality eye care to our patients. That’s why we employ skilled optometrists that share our unique passion for eye health. It’s our dedication to great optometrists that sets us apart from our competitors. To experience the OPSM difference, book a consultation with an OPSM optometrist*, today.

*Based on your eye health needs.