Miramichi Optometry Clinic
Dr. Greg MacDiarmid
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Here are some useful links to learn more about vision, health, and our province.

20/20 Isn't Everything - A Child's Vision Is Critical To Learning
 Published on Oct 15, 2013
A visual experiment where common visual problems known to affect learning in kids are simulated in 4 adult teachers, and their experience and reaction are discussed. All children should have their eyes comprehensively examined by a Doctor of Optometry to ensure optimal functioning and health. Many common visual conditions can be missed on a 'school screening' and will only be found during a comprehensive eye examination. Find your the nearest Doctor of Optometry at www.doctorsofoptometry.ca.
 
Doctors of Optometry Canada
 Doctors of Optometry are a single source for all of your vision, eye health, and eyewear needs.
 
Optometric Service Inc.
 Optometric Services Inc. (OSI), Canada's Largest Network of Optometrists includes more than 1,500 Optometrists in approximately 750 clinics across Canada. OSI is a privately owned, fully independent corporation with its member Optometrists as sole shareholders.
 
New Brunswick Association of Optometrists (NBAO)
 Representing over 100 optometrists practicing in this province, the NBAO is known nationally for its leadership role in patient care and professional issues.
 
Canadian Association of Optometrists (CAO)
 The national organization representing Canada's 3000+ Optometrists coast to coast. The NBAO is a provincial charter member of the CAO.
 
TLC Laser Eye Centers
 Extensive patient information about laser surgery correction from the leader in North America. Moncton is the closest location.
 
Refractive Source
 Refractive Source™ provides information on refractive surgery to help patients make informed decisions and eye doctors render appropriate care. Created by Brian Chou, O.D., F.A.A.O., a San Diego optometrist, Refractive Source™ refuses any funding that may influence content.
 
All About Vision
 Guide to laser surgery, contact lenses, eyecare and vision correction. This website was launched in January 2000 to provide consumers with an independent source of trustworthy information on eye health and vision correction options.
 
University of Waterloo - School of Optometry
 Visit the University of Waterloo School of Optometry - one of two Optometry Schools in Canada.
 
Canadian Diabetes Association
 Up to date patient news about diabetes. The 1998 clinical practice guidelines for the management of diabetes in Canada available to download.
 
Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB)
 Providing community-based support to help Canadians who are blind or partially sighted achieve their goals and increase their independence.
 
American Optometric Association
 Information for optometrists and the general public, including information on eyecare and eye diseases.
 
The Vision Council
 Find out what vision care products are right for you..