Focus on Refraction

This mainstay of optometric practice continues to challenge even seasoned ODs Learn how to do better. By Marc B. Taub, OD, MS, and Paul Harris, OD

Putting Pen to Paper

You don’t always need expensive proprietary systems to address your patient’s aniseikonia.
06/15/2017

Low-Tech TBI Rehabilitation

Often, binasal occlusion with a small piece of tape can be a huge help for stroke and brain injury patients.
04/15/2017

Binocularity, How Sacred Art Thou?

Easily obtained single binocular vision is certainly a priority. But its achievement isn’t always the best end goal for the patient.
02/15/2017

Little Occlusion Goes a Long Way

Often, the simplest method of improving diplopia immediately following stroke is the most effective.
12/15/2016

Eye on the Ball

When an athlete presents with significant refractive error, how do we bring his vision up to par?
10/15/2016

Refraction, in Retrospect

A review of old data reveals the conditional nature of prescribing.
06/15/2016

When Astigmatism Goes Off-Key

Professions and hobbies can expose patients to environmental influences on refractive error that alter astigmatism over time.
04/15/2016

Growing Pains

When measuring pediatric refractive error, subjective is out, objective is in. But when is the child ready to wear glasses?
02/15/2016

The Endpoint Endgame

The questions you ask to determine your refraction endpoints can cause differential results. What should you ask—and why?
12/15/2015

Child’s Play – Or Is It?

A seemingly simple diagnosis may overshadow common independent comorbidities that also require management.
10/01/2015

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November 3-5, 2017

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye Care
Location: Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Philadelphia, PA
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December 1-2, 2017

Retina Update 2017
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