As technology continues to advance, our world becomes more and more reliant on screens. Children are no exception, with many spending hours each day staring at phones, tablets, and computers. While this increased screen time can have many benefits, it also has its drawbacks, including increased risk for nearsightedness or myopia. In fact, the World Health Organization (WHO) predicts that by 2050, half the world’s population will be affected by myopia. Myopia Profile, a company on a mission to improve the standard of pediatric vision care worldwide.
Our approach is two-fold: they aim to provide engaging, clinically relevant, and evidence-based practitioner education, as well as innovative systems for myopia management. By doing so, we are helping to address the growing global myopia epidemic and improve the long-term vision health of children everywhere.
Our company recognizes the importance of education in improving pediatric vision care. They offer a range of continuing education courses for eye care professionals, designed to keep them up-to-date on the latest research and best practices for myopia management. These courses are designed to be engaging and clinically relevant, ensuring that practitioners are equipped with the knowledge and skills they need to provide the best possible care for our patients.
In addition to education, we are also committed to providing innovative systems for myopia management. They have developed a comprehensive program that includes specialized lenses, visual activities, and parent and patient education. This program is designed to slow the progression of myopia and reduce the risk of associated vision problems in the future.
One of the key components of Myopia Profile myopia management program is the use of specialized lenses. These lenses are designed to reduce the amount of near work-induced blur, which is a significant risk factor for myopia progression. By reducing this blur, our lenses help to slow the progression of myopia and improve the long-term vision health of children.
In addition to lenses, our myopia management program also includes visual activities and parent and patient education. The visual activities are designed to promote healthy visual habits, such as regular breaks from near work and outdoor time. These activities are crucial for reducing the risk of myopia progression and improving long-term vision health. Meanwhile, parent and patient education is designed to help parents and patients understand the importance of myopia management and what they can do to support healthy vision.
We are dedicated to improving the standard of pediatric vision care globally. By providing engaging and clinically relevant education, as well as innovative myopia management systems, they are helping to address the growing myopia epidemic and improve the long-term vision health of children everywhere. Whether you are an eye care professional looking to enhance your knowledge and skills, or a parent concerned about your child’s vision health, we are here to help.