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Are you looking for an optician who understands how important your family’s eye health is to you?

Do you want a modern, friendly practice where you’re guaranteed to be welcomed with a smile?

How about an experienced optometrist who has been caring for eyes for more than 25 years?

Then look no further.

Independent Practice

At L.A Hunter Optometrists we understand your concerns about your eye health, and your child’s as well.

As an independent practice, we are able to tailor every single eye examination we conduct to suit your specific needs perfectly.

You will never be hurried at our practice and can look forward to an unrivalled level of care, both personally and optically.

Local

L.A. Hunter Optometrists is located at 65 Mill Street in Alloa and serves all the local surrounding areas of Clackmannanshire, Stirling and Fife.

The practice was started by qualified optometrist Linda Hunter in 2005, who continues to run the practice.

Experienced Eye Care in Alloa with L.A. Hunter

Experienced

If it’s an experienced child-friendly optician you’re after you’ve come to the right place.

At L.A Hunter Optometrists our optometrist has a special interest in dealing with children – even the most reluctant.

Your little one will have their eyes tested in a fun and interactive manner, then only if they require spectacles, can browse lots of exciting frames.

L.A. Hunter in Alloa is a family run optometrist

Family Run

Being a family-run practice means we completely understand how important your family’s eye health really is.

The experience our patients take away from our practice is extremely important to us. We want you to be comfortable and relaxed in a practice that reflects the high quality eye care you receive.

For that reason, we continue to invest in the practice both with modern décor but more importantly in the latest state of the art equipment for the test room

L.A. Hunter opticians in Alloa prides itself on professionaism

Professional

L. A. Hunter staff members pride themselves in their personal approach to both adults and children. You can expect a warm and friendly service each time you visit.

When it comes to eyewear you’re in for a treat. With the finest collections from designers such as Radley, Lacoste, Superdry & Police as well as a wide range of unbranded and budget options, you’re spoilt for choice.

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This is what happens when little boys play with big sticks!
Sunday trip to minor ailments for some superglue & steristrips.
Happier boy now but going to have a keeker for a while.

Lesson learned- don’t throw big sticks near people, it could have been so much worse 🫣
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This is what happens when little boys play with big sticks!
Sunday trip to minor ailments for some superglue & steristrips. 
Happier boy now but going to have a keeker for a while. 

Lesson learned- don’t throw big sticks near people, it could have been so much worse 🫣Image attachmentImage attachment

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Thanks. He is fine now but extremely lucky it wasn’t his eye!

Ouch! Boys will be boys but good it wasn't his eye. Speedy recovery Angus

That looks so sore and could have been much worse😞

Had a few shiners over the years! Glad to hear he's on the mend!

That’s a bad one hope it gets better soon

Oh poor thing, that looks SO sore!

That looks very bad.I hope the other boy apologised to Angus.

That looks very painful. I hope he heals quickly xx.

Hope he is OK, looks very sore x

Oh that’s a real sore one speedy recovery xx🫣

Gosh, that looks so painful. Wishing Angus a speedy recovery.

Wow 😯 that looks awful 😢, hope he’s on the mend ❤️‍🩹 now . Phew that just missed his eye .

Lucky boy that he missed his eye x

Ouch! That looks really painful.

Ouch! Hope he’s feeling a little better today xx

Ouch, glad he’s on the mend!

Wee bit of TLC required here I think ❤️

Hope he is OK 🙁 x

Poor soul looks sore x

He is a very lucky boy xx

Poor wee mite x

Poor Angus ! Ouch 🤕 xx

What did ma wee pal do Linda

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Now we’ve had a wee glimpse of sunshine, our thoughts are turning to getting our sun wear summer ready.
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Now we’ve had a wee glimpse of sunshine, our thoughts are turning to getting our sun wear summer ready. 
Check out our updated range of prescription or non prescription RayBan or Ocean Blue sunglasses  #RayBan #lahunteroptometristsImage attachment

Even if you feel you have no issues with your vision, an eye examination can detect problems earlier when intervention can lead to better outcomes.Why do women have a higher risk of developing several eye diseases and conditions that cause vision problems?

Some conditions such as age-related macular degeneration, cataracts, autoimmune diseases, glaucoma, and thyroid eye disease seem more prevalent in women so why?

Some reasons can be that on average women live longer than men, therefore this gift of aging provides them with a higher risk of contracting eye problems and other health conditions.
Aging brings in menopause and those resulting hormonal changes can alter a women’s vision.

Financial disparities can also place women at a disadvantage to maintain a lifestyle that can protect their eye health.
In Scotland we are privileged that eye care cost is covered by the NHS and this can help to reduce this disparity.

Managing general family responsibilities can sometimes overwhelm women, they will organise a family member’s doctors appointments but may not do the same for themselves.
Pregnancy can also have an impact on vision. Some women have trouble seeing clearly during certain phases of their pregnancy therefore it is important to regularly have their eyes checked.

#WomensEyeHealthAndSafetyMonth
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Even if you feel you have no issues with your vision, an eye examination can detect problems earlier when intervention can lead to better outcomes.

Call is on 01259 212 888 with any questions or to book an eye test