Oh, My Aching Trigeminal Nerve

By Marjolijn Bijlefeld Feb 2019

By Marjolijn Bijlefeld, WO Managing Editor—I get severe chronic headaches. Ugly, vomitrocious, leave-me-alone-in-a-dark-room severe headaches.

What Optopreneurs Can Learn from the Patriots

By Maria Sampalis, OD Feb 2019

By Maria Sampalis, OD—We are witnessing greatness whether you like the Patriots or not.

New Year, New Mindset

By WO Jan 2019

By Lauretta Justin, OD—What if you could break the chain of limiting thoughts about who you are and all you could be?

The Best Rewards

By WO Dec 2018

Women In Optometry asked advisory panel members about the best rewards they’ve given or received.

Identifying Patients in Your Office Who Need Vision Rehabilitation and Therapy

By Tamara Petrosyan, OD Nov 2018

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 optometry has been moving more and more towards a medical model, increasing our scope of practice, though perhaps at the risk of overlooking other clinical conditions.

Impact of Makeup on the Ocular Surface and Dry Eye Disease

By Tamara Petrosyan, OD Oct 2018

By Tamara Petrosyan, OD—Dry eyes are becoming a part of people’s lives more and more frequently.