Through My Eyes

Optometry’s Well: Far From Dry

We are only treating 2% to 9% of all patients with DED. How can we improve those numbers?
05/15/2018

Just Say Yes to (Some) Drugs

Don’t shy away from prescribing the right medications when your patients need them.
04/15/2018

It’s All Primary Eye Care Today

Before, you could only find advanced diagnostics in the secondary care fields. Today, they belong in every practice.
03/15/2018

Reinventing Optometry Every Day

One thing we can count on is continuous, rapid change—and our profession is no exception.
02/15/2018

2018: What’s in View for You

A new year is an exciting time to contemplate what lies ahead. Many key technologies could greatly affect how we practice.
01/15/2018

Cataracts: Nobody Does it Better

An OD knows more about the patient’s vision—and expectations—than a surgeon ever will. Let’s use that strength for the good of all involved.
12/15/2017

Red Eyes Mean Optometry

Patients still head to their primary care provider for this when they should be giving their OD a call. What we find could be far more troubling.
11/15/2017

Flex Your Core Muscles

Although the medical model is critical to the profession, we shouldn’t forget our elemental knowledge of vision testing—it’s a real life-saver for patients.
10/15/2017

Crank Up Your Clinic

It may be time to upgrade your tools to help you stay ahead of online competition—and ocular disease progression.
09/15/2017

Lenses for Life

A wellness approach may finally be the answer to contact lens dropout.
08/15/2017

Upcoming Events

November 2-4, 2018

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye Care Arlington
Location:
 The Westin Arlington Gateway
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
Up to 19 CE credits (COPE approval pending)
Register here

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