General Eye Checkup

General Eye Checkup

Adults should get a general eye checkup every 2-3 years and children should get one every year, especially if they complain of headaches and difficulty in reading.

You can fix an appointment with our doctors for an eye checkup at Mohan Eye Institute.Please bring to your appointment any available medical records, including images such as x-rays and MRI. Please fill out the appointment request form here. For emergencies please call – +91-9833500580.

Mohan Eye Institute General Eye Check Up

4 Reasons to get your eyes checked after 40

  1. Cataract: CLouding of the lens in the eye
  2. Glaucoma: Increase in fluid pressure inside the eye
  3. AMD: Gradual damage to the most sensitive part of the eye (Retina)
  4. Diabetic Retinopathy: Damage to the blood vessel in the eye (Retina)


  • Tired eyes
  • Dry eyes
  • Neck & shoulder pain
  • Headache
  • Blurry/ double vision


At Mohan Eye Institute we have a skilled and compassionate team of ophthalmologists to take care of all your eye care needs. For a general comprehensive eye examination, book an appointment with one of our eye specialists. A typical eye test comprises of a visual acuity test (eyesight test) using retina scanner and an eye pressure test to screen for Glaucoma.

Dr. Rajiv Mohan
MBBS, MS, FRCS, MBA, Director
Specialist in Vitreo-Retinal Surgery

Dr. Sanjiv Mohan
MBBS, MS, FRCS, Director
Specialist in Ocular-Trauma Surgery

Computer Vision Syndrome: Computer Vision Syndrome or Digital Eye Strain refers to the problems caused by prolonged exposure to digital screens. Our eyes experience discomfort due to the high energy light emitted by screens. Lack of sleep (less than 7-8 hours) may make the problem worse as the eye muscles may not have enough time to recover.


  • Adjust the position of your computer screen: A viewing distance of 20” to 26” inches is ideal
  • Adjust the tilt of your computer screen to 10’-20’ degrees
  • The size of the text should be three times the size of the smallest text you can read
  • Adjust the brightness and contrast accordingly for a strain free vision/ visibility
  • Take a break: Follow the 20-20-20 Rule: Every 20 minutes look at an object 20 feet away for 20 seconds


Children should get an eye checkup done once a year, especially if they complain of headaches, tired eyes or an inability to read clearly what’s written on the blackboard. A pre-school child with a squint should see an eye specialist urgently. Adults should have their eyes tested every one to three years.

To reduce the risk of eye problem, meet your eye specialist.

It may increase comfort somewhat, but they will not solve all your computer vision problems. They are helpful in reducing glare from reflections but do not reduce the visual problems due to CVS.

Even computer users who are not experiencing computer vision syndrome symptoms might benefit from computer glasses. It is advisable to get an examination from an eye specialist, if regularly using the computer.