Welcome to the OT Bookshop
This page is to order any of the the OT and AOP published titles. If you would like to order or browse for other titles please also look at our Foyles bookshop via this link.To order any of the below books, please contact Charlotte on the below number who will be happy to take your order. Alternatively please send a cheque payable to "AOP" for the total value of your AOP book order with details or your order and delivery details.
2 Woodbridge Street
London EC1R 0DG
Tel: 020 7549 2073
Vision and Reading Difficulties - £15.00
By Peter M Allen, Bruce JW Evans and Arnold J Wilkins
This book is about visual problems that can make reading difficult for people who do not have eye diseases or low vision. The visual probems that are most often associated with reading difficulties are binocular instability, accommodative anomalies, and a condition called visual stress (Meares-Irlen syndrome) in which text may appear to move and blur, resulting in eye-strain and headaches. These visual problems that can contribute to reading difficulties often become evident at school but can persist into adult life. The book describes a clinical protocol that can be used to identify and treat these conditions.
David Challinor interviews the authors of Vision and Reading Difficulties, Bruce Evans, director of research at the Institute of Optometry, professor Arnold Wilkins, director of Visual Perception Unit at the University of Essex, and Peter Allen, principal lecturer and director of clinics at Anglia Ruskin University: WATCH VIDEO
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A Guide to a Successful Practice - £15.00
By Patrick Myers
A Guide to Building a Successful Practice is the updated book providing practical advice for optometrists and dispensing opticians seeking to establish an optometric practice. Packed full of practical advice on how to buy a practice, what issues to consider, how to access finance, what regulations to be aware of and how to register with the NHS - it is an invaluable guide for anyone thinking of starting their own practice.