When Jenny Drake, OD, relocated Drake Eye Care and Eyewear in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, having enough space for all of her instrumentation was a top priority.
When Amy Rudser, OD, of Lakeville, Minnesota, opened her practice cold nearly 12 years ago, she agonized over where she could save some money.
When Emily Bussey, OD, bought an existing practice in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, eight years ago, she expected it to grow quickly.
When Monica Allison, OD, was a captain in the U.S. Army at Fort Jackson, South Carolina, the “summer surge” was intense.
Belinda Dobson, OD, of College Station, Texas, says that there can be a disconnect in the patient care experience when doctors use old technology in the exam room but are recommending high-quality ophthalmic lenses.
Explaining a child’s visual acuity to emmetropic parents is time-consuming and challenging. Or, at least, it used to be.
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