Editor's Page

The Kids are Alright

Or are they? Vision screenings are no substitute for a true eye exam.
12/15/2015

A Tale of Two Practices

Optometry can and should take on more. But not at the expense of patient satisfaction.
11/15/2015

Beyond the Numbers

Treat the patient, not the pressure, glaucoma experts remind practitioners.
07/15/2015

Optometry’s Power Trio

With our annual disease guide, Drs. Sowka, Kabat and Gurwood take center stage.
06/15/2015

FDA, Heal Thyself

Bold new legislation might make this famously sclerotic agency more agile.
05/15/2015

The Societal Network

A new shared database lets ODs pool their clincial data, for the benefit of everyone.
04/15/2015

All in a Day’s Work

From the Snellen chart to the surgical suite, and everywhere in between.
03/15/2015

Is the 'Next Big Thing' Already Here?

We shine the spotlight on several frontiers of innovation in eye care.
02/15/2015

Optometry, We’ve Got You Covered

As your scope of practice expands, so does ours. Look for these new editorial additions.
01/15/2015

Syncing Up

A well-coordinated effort among everyone in the practice allows you to achieve more than ever before.
11/15/2014

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