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We’re proud to be participating in a pioneering trial

We’re delighted to share that we have been  invited to participate in a programme that will help to shape the use of contact lenses specifically designed for myopia (short-sightedness) control in children. We will be working with patients at our practices in Woodseats and Crosspool to test the lenses, follow their usage and collect data […]

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False economy in more ways than one?

If you are considering buying prescription glasses online, you might like to take a look at this news from the College of Optometrists that appeared in the Daily Telegraph recently; One in four pairs of prescription glasses bought online could be putting people at risk of driving illegally or falling over, eye experts have warned. A […]

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Contact lens advice for festival goers

Ahead of the Y Not Festival at the end of the month, here’s our advice for contact lens wearers at overnight festivals.. As the summer festival season kicks off, a Sheffield optometrist is calling on contact lens wearers to take extra precautions to help prevent any risk of infection that can come with using contact […]

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Cohen & Azerley

Azerley and Support Dogs will be featured on Channel 4 throughout Crufts (March 10-13) and the winner is decided by a public vote. So we wondered if you kindly vote for us and share? There is a video about their story here https://youtu.be/QOVMOHxh88o and to vote for them you have to text AZ to 82727. […]

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We’re celebrating our 20th anniversary with a promotional offer

We’re very proud to be celebrating 20 years of providing optical services to families in the Sheffield area this year. Me (Alex), my wife and fellow optometrist, Sarah and our team of seven will mark 20 years of trading from the Woodseats branch, located at 857 Chesterfield Road, in August and to commemorate the year of the […]

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The prevalence of myopia in children – new study reveals startling statistics

As a study is released about the increased prevalence of myopia (short-sightedness) in children, we’re taking to social media to make people aware of the condition. Researchers at the Ulster University who conducted the NICER (Northern Ireland Childhood Errors of Refraction) Study have revealed that myopia prevalence in children in the UK has more than doubled in […]

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ADD : Treating the cause not the symptoms

Found this and wanted to share with everyone out there who knows someone who doesn’t like reading. I especially like the video of how words can be difficult to see. There is a difference between sight and vision, find out more at http://wowvision.net/the_wow_vision_blog/2015/02/add-treating-cause-not-symptoms.html

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Tales of a first time Triathlete

Here’s a summary of my triathlon debut! I crashed at 38km/hr despite a warning before the bend, there was gravel on the side of the road and when my front wheel went into it, it slipped out from under me. I’d seen crashes in bike races before on the TV and it was like slow […]

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