Sarah Ebeling, OD, still remembers the day in optometry school when she learned about a particular shade of bright green "apple"—with a wavelength of 555.
At the University of California Berkeley School of Optometry, there’s a specialty clinic dedicated to myopia control.
In 1985, when Judy Parks, OD, bought a house in downtown Ancaster, Ontario, Canada, she and her husband thought it was a good solution.
WO recognizes these special achievements and honors given in the profession in the September print issue.
By Tamara Petrosyan, OD—If you see children and young adults in your practice, a significant percentage of them will have issues with accommodative, binocular and oculomotor function.
WO is planning its events for 2016. Please check back soon for details. Consider attending the Practices of Distinction tour, led by WO co-professional editors, Dr. April Jasper and Dr. Katie Gilbert-Spear.