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  • 05
    Published drjohnmusumeciadmin on August 28 2019
    Acute Red Eye: Who will I see, the chemist, GP or my Eye Doctor?
    • drjohnmusumeciadmin

    This is a case of a fit 37 year old gentleman who presented with a very inflamed and sore right eye for the past 3 days. There was no discharge although the vision was slightly unclear and he was quite sensitive to light. He saw his GP who prescribed antibiotic & anti-allergy drops. However, there […]

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  • 04
    Published drjohnmusumeciadmin on August 28 2019
    Australia in a world-first treatment for viral conjunctivitis
    • drjohnmusumeciadmin

    Great news regarding treatment of a very common & contagious eye infection called ADENOVIRAL CONJUNCTIVITIS. Until now, there’s been no proven treatment for this viral infection which is the equivalent to having a ‘cold or flu in the eyes’. While bacterial conjunctivitis is typically treated with antibiotics, this is not effective for treating the viral […]

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  • 03
    Published drjohnmusumeciadmin on August 28 2019
    1 in 5 children suffers from an undetected vision problem.
    • drjohnmusumeciadmin

    School is hard enough without having vision problems. With vision responsible for 80% of learning, it is crucial that your child’s vision is up to the task for the year ahead. Book an appointment for an eye examination with us today for peace of mind.

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  • 02
    Published drjohnmusumeciadmin on August 28 2019
    Blue light & digital eye strain
    • drjohnmusumeciadmin

    Lately, there has been a trend towards the marketing of blue-blocking lenses to treat eye strain from digital screen use. The FACT is that blue light being emitted from screens is very low compared with the amount of blue light we get from the sun. So, we need not be too worried about computers or […]

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  • 01
    Published drjohnmusumeciadmin on August 28 2019
    Dealing with learning difficulties and dyslexia
    • drjohnmusumeciadmin

    Just like adults, our children also have specific visual needs and sometimes these go undetected. As a parent, it is not always easy to recognize the signs of dyslexia in our kids. When they are little, they don’t know what it’s like to see normally. They’re also unable to tell us just how they are […]

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  • 06
    Published drjohnmusumeciadmin on July 9 2019
    Interesting Cases
    • drjohnmusumeciadmin

    Patients will often present with the symptoms of “itchy eyes” and have been using drops for several weeks after having seen the chemist or even their family doctor without any improvement in their symptoms.

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