January 15, 2020


Dry Eye

Dry Eye Epidemiology in Practice

Understand who gets dry eye and why to help you better diagnose and manage these patients.

Low Vision

Low Vision: Why and When to Recommend

Decreased visual acuity is just one of many reasons to refer patients. Here’s a look at who else might benefit.


Binocular Vision Problems

The latest research clarifies how optometrists can treat these patients most effectively.


The Crowded Landscape of Presbyopia Correction

Today’s patients have different visual needs, and you have new tools at your disposal to help—with more on the way.


Clinical Refraction Tips and Tricks

Here’s what I’ve learned through years of hands-on experience.

Vision Therapy

Binocular Vision Problems

The latest research clarifies how optometrists can treat these patients most effectively.



Survey Says…

Online polls can be fun, especially when you get to make up the questions.

Clinical Quandaries

On the Spot

Treating corneal ulcers and infiltrates starts with a careful understanding of their differences.

Coding Connection

It’s Time For a Reboot

The new year is the best time to make sure your medical record-keeping practices have a solid foundation.

Cornea and Contact Lens Q & A

Sun Salutation

An alternate approach to CXL using natural light could be in the works.

Diagnostic Quiz

The Pressure is On

A young patient’s eyes might explain his headaches.


Promises Worth Keeping

Let’s get to work making good on your commitments to patients and opportunities for growth.

Retina Quiz

Crisis Management

When a patient with end-stage kidney disease develops visual symptoms, you may have an emergency on your hands.

Review of Systems

Flower in the Eye, Smoke in the Brain

The appearance of a characteristic optic nerve may signify systemic or intracranial vascular abnormalities.

The Essentials

Accommodation in Peril

More patients are struggling with their near vision these days. Here’s why and how you can help.

Therapeutic Review

Three Pillars of Chalazia Management

From a conservative approach to steroid use to surgery, dealing with these pesky lumps is all about savvy patient selection.

Through My Eyes

The Year of Refraction

Innovative management approaches are in your office now or on the way.

Urgent Care

Failure is Not an Option

When a corneal graft is compromised, you need to take swift action to save this vulnerable tissue from total loss.