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Making the commitment

Committing the time and resources needed to build a good foundation in sports vision optometry is a fantastic career investment for any OD. As a sports vision optometrist, you will have a unique capacity to enhance the vision of amateur athletes, professional athletes, and patients with high occupational visual demands such as members of law enforcement and the military.  The skills you learn will elevate all aspects of your clinical practice and will a not only enable you to provide optimal vision enhancement for the previously mentioned groups, they will help you provide better vision care for all your patients.

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Fayiz Mahgoub
Associate Editor, Vision Therapy for odsonfb.com. Fayiz is a fourth-year Optometry student with interests in Vision Therapy, Neuro-Optometry and Specialty Contact Lenses. As a first-year student, Fayiz served as president of his university’s COVD and NORA clubs. He then went on to establish a contact lens club and as well as a sports vision club at Western University College of Optometry. Fayiz has also served as National President of the National Optometric Student Association (NOSA).

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