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3 steps to success in clinical practiceSo, in optometry, with online refractions, online sales of eyeglasses and contact lenses, and in the face of reduced insurance reimbursements, is true practice autonomy attainable?
Acute viral maculopathy linked with hand, foot, and mouth diseaseThe patient noticed the symptoms while suffering from fever secondary to hand, foot, and mouth disease.
Educate your patients about astigmatismIf patients notice a decrease in night vision or have frequent headaches, increased eye fatigue, blurred/distorted vision, the diagnosis could be astigmatism.
The future of optometry belongs to womenI’m also noticing changes at optometric meetings I attend. First, I see lots of young, fresh faces. While I was never the youngest OD in a crowd, now it seems I’m among the oldest. The second thing I’ve noticed is the ever-growing number of female ODs.
Q&A: Lori Grover, OD, PhD, FAAO, senior vice president for health policy at King-Devick Technologies, Inc.
Five Ways Google AdWords Can Give Your Optometry Practice a Boost
Five Ways Google AdWords Can Give Your Optometry Practice a Boost
5 things you missed at Vision Expo East
5 things you missed at Vision Expo EastCheck out the latest industry trends and new products announced at Vision Expo East 2017.
Implementing myopia prevention and controlMyopia control and prevention has become a popular topic due to more data on myopia becoming available.
Classic, retro trending in eyewear this fallWhat once was considered old is now new again as old styles are trending up in eyewear, says Joy Gibb, spokesperson for The Vision Council at Vision Expo East.
How ODs can capitalize on social media in their practicesConsumers have a voice greater than ever before with social media and the ability to like, comment, and react quicker than ever, says Kevin Wilhelm and Trudi Charest from Marketing4ECPs at Vision Expo East.