Presbyopia is also defined as short arm syndrome. The most typical symptom is the distancing of text from the eyes and squinting, with the aim of improving one’s ability to read or observe objects at a so-called reading distance.
The simplest option for correcting this condition is for spectacles to be prescribed for reading. If the presbyopia is connected to the development of a cataract, it can be treated by cataract surgery and the subsequent implantation of a premium multi-focal implant. This will not only provide distance vision, but also vision for reading.