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Letters and Viewpoints: Making Vision Therapy Visible
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By Ida Chung, OD, FCOVD, FAAO—Vision therapy is the best kept secret. No more! The College of Optometrists in Vision Development (COVD) started a campaign many years ago and successfully increased the visibility of optometric vision therapy. Back in 1971, COVD was formed to ensure a body of practitioners was able to provide vision therapy services…

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Leaders: Introducing Optometry to the World
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In between completing her bachelor’s degree in 2003 and starting optometry school, Sara McGowan, OD, MS, FAAO, took some time to travel the world. Her volunteer work outside of Cape Town, South Africa, was just the beginning of her work abroad, and Dr. McGowan was hired to teach at the Mzuzu University School of Optometry in Malawi, starting in July 2012.

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The Structure-Function Junction

Improve your glaucoma diagnostic abilities by looking beyond the OCT.

‘I Think I’m Getting Audited!’

Understand the process and avoiding the red flags of an audit.

An OD’s Guide to Glaucoma Surgery

How will surgery impact how optometrists monitor and treat?

Glaucomatocyclitic Crisis: A Not-So-Benign ...

How to recognize and manage this potentially devastating condition. 

In the Eye of The Beholder: Aesthetic Procedures ...

Do you know how to talk to your patients about this important, but often overlooked, area?

Is Your Medical Model Working?

Billing and reimbursements are critical, but training, equipment and referrals are also key.

More Than Meds: Treating Glaucoma in the Real ...

Focusing on patient quality of life is key to disease management.

Omega-3s: What They Can Do for You

Whether you agree or disagree with the claims, make sure you know the science.

Know Your Retinal Breaks, Tears and Holes

Learn to better recognize posterior segment damage and minimize patient risk.

‘Capping Off’ Cataract Surgery

Posterior capsular opacification is the most common complication of cataract surgery. Here’s how this quick and effective procedure is performed.

‘Doctor, I Have Mountains in My ...

Suspicious retinal lesions indicate idiopathic sclerochoroidal calcification.

Final Sale: Avoiding Glass Checks

Glass checks can be frustrating. Here are 12 strategies to keep patients happy.

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Aesthetic Procedures for the ...

Do you know how to talk to your patients about this important, but often overlooked, area?
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Infant’s Visual Searching & ...

Study supports evidence that perception and attention are more important than previously ...
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The Rare Case of Uneven Steven

Using fundus and SD-OCT images, what can you say about this patient’s optic nerve?
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MRI Reveals EKC Inflammation

The conjunctival surface isn’t the only location for inflammation in epidemic ...
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Opening the Vault

A recently implanted collamer lens is causing a patient’s eye pain. How can the ...
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Sixth Nerve Palsy Prompts a ...

Delayed onset of symptoms made this diagnosis tough.
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Product Review

A look at some of the latest product offerings in eye care.
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Act FAST With Stroke

Stroke is the fifth leading cause of death in the United States. Blur, visual field loss ...
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New Surgical Options for Presbyopia

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Keeping the Cornea Clear

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Corneal Harbingers of Systemic Disease

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Seeing Double: The Urgent and Chronic Causes of Diplopia

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