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DEVELOPING VISION FOR LEARNING

Our Optometry Clinic in Altona helps to develop and improve visual skills so that children can achieve their highest potential for a great life of learning and opportunity

Behavioural Optometry

A Behavioural Optometrist tests not only sight, but also many visual, brain perceptual, and visual motor skills. They take a holistic approach and decide if glasses or Vision Therapy are the best option for you to enable your eyes, your sight and your brain to work seamlessly together.

Vision Therapy

Vision Therapy is a tailored program designed to re-train and enhance how you process visual information. These skills can be applied to improved reading, learning, and concentration – It can be the difference between struggling or succeeding with learning.

Expertise

Our optometrist Liz Muller has been practicing since 1990. She is on the examination board of the Australian College of Behavioural Optometry, and a member of the  Optometry Association Australia (OAA). Liz applies herself in many areas of developing vision and eye effectiveness for learning.

The Vision Advantage Difference

We are passionate about helping people to get the best out of their vision, and we understand that having the best visual outcomes is not just about seeing 20/20.

Our optometrist Liz Muller, has a special interest in behavioural optometry and vision therapy. Our purpose is to assist everyone who visits our practice to reach their full visual potential.

We listen and take the time to understand each of our client’s individual visual requirements and then deliver a tailored eye care solution to optimise their vision.

As a friendly, professional team we pride ourselves on our attention to detail and our personalised service which combines with our knowledge and experience to ensure you reach your best visual performance.

INTRODUCING

Vivid Vision

Vivid Vision is an innovative Virtual Reality technology that is very successful with delivering great results for a group of eye disorders.

It is designed to motivate children and adults to improve vision and perceptual skills through 3D tests and challenges.

The Behavioural Optometrist and Vision Therapists tailor and monitor your progress through these interactive
challenges and exercises to improve and correct visual problems.

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Our Team

Liz Muller

Optometrist

B.App.Sc.Optom. FACBO

Susan Martinez

Optometrist

B.Sc. O.D.

Liz Muller

Optometrist

B.App.Sc.Optom. FACBO

Liz completed her degree in optometry in 1990 and has been in private practice ever since. Her interest in optometry started early as she was always at the optometrist as a child. She had to wear glasses, have eye surgery, and do vision therapy before the age of 5! Liz’s special interest has always been in how vision and eye problems develop. She is a fellow of the Australian College of Behavioural Optometry and is on the examination board of the Fellowship program for the Australasian College of Behavioural Optometry.

Liz has 2 teenage sons who keep her busy with their sporting endeavours. She enjoys the outdoors, yoga, reading and travel.

Liz is available for appointments for:

  • General optometry – eye tests, diabetic assessments, macula degeneration and glaucoma management.
  • Children’s vision
  • Behavioural optometry
  • Vision therapy including Vivid Vision VR
  • Amblyopia and strabismus management (lazy and turned eyes)
  • Neuro-rehabilitative optometry (stroke and TBI)
  • Myopia control
  • Ortho-K overnight contact lenses
  • Dry eye clinic

Dr. Susan Martinez

Optometrist

B.Sc. O.D.

Susan is a therapeutically endorsed optometrist with experience in a variety of Independent and Corporate Optometry practises across Australia. She graduated from The University of Melbourne in 2015, and completed an externship at University of Waterloo in Toronto, Canada. She has also participated in volunteer missions in Cambodia. Susan strongly believes that education is key, and aims to ensure that every patient leaves informed and feeling in control of their ocular care.

Susan enjoys cooking, reading and travelling in her spare time while also spoiling her niece and nephew.