Junic Eye Care – also known as Eyecare Plus Coombs – is a leading Canberra optometrist situated at the Molonglo Health Hub in Coombs near Wright and Denman Prospect. We provide a complete optometry and eyewear service for Canberra residents seeking to preserve or improve their eyesight. Whether you need glasses, contact lenses or emergency care, our optometrists have you covered in Canberra.
At Junic Eye Care, we treat every client as a unique individual. Our number one priority is you – the patient. We’re “service oriented” not “volume oriented” – meaning that our Canberra optometrists take the time to explain your eye condition in detail, outline treatment options and answer any questions you might have. It’s first class eyecare with a friendly face.
As a full-service optometrist in Canberra, Junic Eye Care provides eyecare services for both adults and children (pediatric optometry). Using the latest technology and industry knowledge, we diagnose a wide range of common eye conditions, including glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, keratoconus and dry eye syndrome.
Eyecare Plus Coombs – A Leading Canberra Optometrist near Wright and Denman Prospect
Junic Eye Care strives to be the leading family optometrist in Canberra. Our practice is conveniently located in the Molonglo Valley suburb of Coombs – close to Weston Creek, Belconnen and Woden.
- Free parking (200 spaces at Molonglo Health Hub).
- We accept all major credit and debit cards (EFTPOS).
- We’re members of Optometry Australia and Orthoptics Australia (OA).
- We provide a HICAPS terminal for both Medicare and health fund claims.
- All our Canberra optometrists are highly qualified and fully insured.
- We’re part of Eyecare Plus – “a selected group of independently owned and clinically driven optometry practices across Australia.”
- We work collaboratively with other medical professionals, such as general practitioners (GPs) and ophthalmologists.
There are many reasons to see an optometrist in Canberra, some of which are listed below.
- Short attention span (particularly applies to children).
- Crossed or turned eyes.
- Difficulty reading small print.
- Spots in the vision (eye floaters).
- Blurred, cloudy or double vision at any time.
- Loss of peripheral vision (tunnel vision).
- Dislike or avoidance of close work.
- Sparks or flickering strands of light in the field of vision (flashes).
- Foreign objects in the eye, such as dust, dirt / sand, makeup and eyelashes.
- Blinking or eye rubbing after visual concentration.
- Difficulty adjusting focus between near and far object.
- Headaches, nausea or dizziness after visual concentration.
- Placing head close to book when reading or writing.
- Frowning while looking at TV or blackboard.