Focus on Refraction

Less is Not More

One of the fundamentals of prescribing involves using all of your data points, not limiting yourself to one, to arrive at a solution.
12/15/2021

A Glimpse Into the Future

Objective measurements of visual acuity continue to evolve, with a new method showing promising results.
10/15/2021

Plus Lenses: Proof is in the Testing

There are a multitude of evaluations that will get you closer to subjective and objective patient responses.
08/15/2021

Space: the Final Frontier

Where appropriate, work cheiroscopic tracing into your workup to get a better handle of the case in your chair.
06/15/2021

Make Way For Yoked Prism

This option has improved the lives of many patients; two are highlighted here.
04/15/2021

A Twofold Effect

A small amount of prism was enough to give this patient visual relief—and even reduce his Parkinson’s medication burden.
02/15/2021

Buff Up Your Buffers

Exophoria helps the body reduce the impact of visual stress.
12/15/2020

A Patient on Thin Ice

We had to help an athlete break a bad habit so that he could return to his sport.
10/15/2020

A Little VT Goes a Long Way

This pair of cases highlights the technique’s usefulness in those patients who could never get by with lenses alone.
08/15/2020

A Case of Pediatric Prescribing

Here’s an example of how to approach vision care for these young patients.
06/15/2020