Optic NeuritisOptic Neuritis is an inflammatory condition of the Optic Nerve. This condition is often associated with auto-immune diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis. It can cause vision loss and pain when moving the eye. Optic Neuritis occurs in both children and adults but typically ages 20-40.
If only there were one perfect pair of glasses that provided clear vision for everything. Just imagine it; clear vision to drive, use digital devices, read the back of a medicine bottle or change a washer under the kitchen sink.
Keratoconus, a pathological thinning of the cornea, directly affects about 12,000 Australians, with many times this number undiagnosed. But the impact of this disease often extends beyond the sufferer to their family and colleagues.
Shingles is the disease caused when the chicken pox virus reactivates. It is associated with eye problems, some very serious, but the most debilitating thing is the nerve pain that can persist even after the rash has healed.