NewVision Clinics Director Dr Noel Alpins explains how his method has become an international standard

  The pioneering work of NewVision Clinics Director Dr Noel Alpins AM has reached far and wide. Earlier this year, the Melbourne-based, refractive and cataract surgeon, was recognised with a prestigious Order of Australia medal. Beyond our borders, his famous Alpins Method for analysing astigmatism, has been adopted as ... Read More

NewVision Clinics director Dr Noel Alpins continues to pioneer cataract surgery

  World-renowned refractive and cataract surgeon Dr Noel Alpins AM has been a pioneer in the treatment of cataracts for close to three decades. Using the most advanced and proven methods of cataract surgery and laser techniques, including his internationally-recognised approach to the treatment and analysis of astig... Read More

6 reasons to stop putting off laser eye surgery

Laser eye surgery has come a long way. Since it first became widely available 25 years ago, laser technology has developed significantly, allowing for the procedure to be quicker,safer and more accurate than ever before. ... Read More

Me, myself and eye

Be it driving to a friend’s house, watching a blockbuster movie or going about your everyday routine, living with a vision impairment is a constant challenge for many Aussies. These days, over 10 million Australians are suffering from eye condi... Read More

Laser eye surgery: what you need to know

If wearing glasses or contact lenses is becoming a drag, you may be pleasantly surprised to discover just how easy and affordable laser eye surgery can be. Laser eye surgery can transform your vision, enabling you to leave ... Read More

LASIK: A sight for sore eyes

LASIK surgery (Laser-assisted in-situ keratomileusis) is now a commonly performed surgery in Australia, but is fast becoming the quickest and most effective way of restoring unaided sight. Refractive conditions of the cornea—such as varying degrees of myopia (short-sighte... Read More

The importance of regular eye examinations.

Regular eye examinations are an important part of a broader health regime but it is not only about how well you can see; an eye examination can pick up subtle changes that are related to a range of health issues and early identification could save your sight, or even your life.   What happens at an eye examination?... Read More

Addressing eye health not a shortsighted issue

  Australians can’t afford to be shortsighted about eye health, with expert forecasts showing more than half the world’s population are likely to develop myopia by 2050 and a huge one billion people significantly at risk of blindness. ... Read More

How often you should get your eyes tested and other eye health advice

Your eyes are the most sensitive organ in your body, are used in almost every daily application and need lots of love and attention. So what should you be doing to keep up optimum eye health? This guide will show you all the steps yo... Read More

Ditch the glasses or contacts and dive into life

I love the water. In fact, when I’m not working, you can often find me on it or in it. From scuba-diving to swimming, surfing to kayaking, we are a nation obsessed with all things aquatic. And why not? Getting out on the water is excellent exercise and awesome fun. ... Read More