These doctors' stories demonstrate how a partnership can work in many ways, evolve over the years and be a great match for many ODs at different points in their careers.
In 1969, C. Clayton Powell, OD, and John L. Howlette, OD, met with a select group of African American optometrists in Richmond, Virginia.
By Alexandra Copeland, OD, FAAO—Low vision services are often overlooked when an optometrist
thinks about adding a specialty to her office.
Nine women ODs were honored during the fourth annual Theia Awards of Excellence from Women In Optometry magazine.
Does your office participate in community philanthropy during this season?