5 steps to creating a budget Applying the Golden Metric when creating a budget and increasing your profits Reviewing ocular specialty testing Specialty testing is performed for diagnostic purposes, observation of disease processes, and treatment plans Visual phenomena, decreased vision secondary to occipital lobe infarct November 28, 2016 By Leo Semes OD FAAO Microperimetry aids diagnosis, and supplements increase circulation Identifying common macular conditions with OCT November 22, 2016 By Barbara J. Fluder OD Effectively manage patients through diagnosis and interpretation How to combat stress in your life I am sure we are all familiar with stress because I do not think you can become an OD without dealing with a large amount of it. In case you are not aware, stress is good in short doses. But large daily doses over years is bad. What eyecare providers are grateful for in 2016 It’s Thanksgiving time again, and I’m sure you’ve already started thinking about your blessings. In blepharitis, expert looks to restore eye's natural balance November 18, 2016 By Laura M. Periman MD Laura M. Periman, MD, moves away from detergents for blepharitis treatment Minimally invasive surgical solutions for presbyopia November 18, 2016 By Jeffrey Whitman MD Presbyopia, an age-related loss of accommodative amplitude of the eye resulting in near and intermediate vision deficits, begins to affect most people once they reach their early 40s. Q&A: Nazanin Galehdari, OD Owner of EyeMax EyeCare, Murray, UT November 17, 2016 By Vernon Trollinger I was born in Iran, but I grew up in Salt Lake City. My father was a judge in Iran, my mom was a nurse and a hospital administrator Help! My team is falling apart Ever feel like you were on a sinking ship? Sometimes you want to be the one to jump off!