By arrangement with Andrew D Price FBDO(Hons)CL MBCLA COA
Your Remote Consultation can take place via a webcam and microphone or telephone.
Please read this important information before proceeding further.
A Remote Consultation cannot replicate the physical attendance for a professional examination and diagnosis by an Eye Care/Health Care Professional using the observational and physical tests and examinations available in a practice/clinic setting. Therefore all possible diagnoses and treatment options may not be covered. A misdiagnosed or improperly treated eye condition can result in a permanent loss of vision, or a permanent loss of function of the eye or visual system. The Remote Consultation is ideally suited for long standing problems for patients with mild or moderate symptoms. If you are a patient with an urgent eye problem, where symptoms have arisen very recently or are severe, seek medical advice, probably starting with the practitioner/practice that carried out your last eye examination, if you contact them they will normally be able to triage your eye problem and offer advice, do not delay. However, if unable to contact your optical practice, it may be necessary to consider your nearest hospital eye department or hospital A & E department, your GP or pharmacist may also be able to offer advice, but do not delay communicating or physical attendance with an Eye Care/Health Care Professional. Users of this website should not self-diagnose or self-treat based on the information contained within it, only an Eye Care or Health Care Professional can do that.
- I recommend to use the browsers Google Chrome, Safari (Apple-Macintosh) or Firefox (latest version)
- Microphone and webcam shall be switched on, not blocked by a firewall and allowed by your browser
- the loudspeaker should be turned on
- alternatively you may use a headset