Complementary additional training for supportive therapies
Relaxation techniques for eye disorders and asthenopic complaints
Qigong exercise therapy
TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine)
TEM (Traditional European Medicine)
WHAT THE PARENTS ARE SAYING
“Our son was operated on at 8 months for cataract in one eye. Since then – he is now 10 years old – he has been continuously examined and treated by Dr. med. Müllner-Eidenböck, who is highly professional, competent and shows great empathy. Complete confidence.”
“Thorough examination, everything child-friendly, and she is excellent with handling babies and young children. Warm praise from a colleague.”
“The treatment of children is not that easy – so I was very surprised how smoothly everything went. The waiting room is geared to children, and for the children the waiting time is not too long, for example for an eye drop. Very good ophthalmologist for children.”
“My children usually have a lot of respect for, and a bit of fear of, doctors. But here we never have a problem: The practice is child-friendly. The examination itself is playful and passes by in a flash.”
“I accompanied my son on a 2-year mother-child adjustment examination with Dr. med. Müllner-Eidenböck – and I am completely thrilled both from her expertise and by her empathy. We felt very well looked after!”
Shall we play an eye game?
Game 2: PUTTING THE EYES TO SLEEP
You can stand or lie on the ground.
Put the palms over your closed eyes so that it gets very dark.
Important: do not press the eyeballs!
Then imagine that your two eyes are as round as table tennis balls.
Now you let the two “tennis balls” sink deep into their “baskets” – the eyes sink deep into the eye sockets.