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Full Name: Stephanie L. Woo Name of Practice: Contact Lens Institute of Nevada Setting: Private Practice - Specialty Contact Lenses only Location: Las Vegas, NV Date of Birth: 6-28-85 High School Attended: Lake Havasu High School College Attended: University of Arizona Optometry School Attended: Southern California...
It is 4PM on a Friday afternoon. A 67 YO patient walks into your office with loss of vision. Two days earlier they noticed sudden, painless vision loss in their left eye. You find an acute central retinal artery...
Sports Vision Training is one of the hottest topics in Optometry today. More and more athletes are recognizing the potential for vision training to enhance their sports performance and optometrists are the best equipped professionals to help athletes realize...
Dry Eye Disease is defined by The Tear Film & Ocular Surface Society Dry Eye Workshop II (TFOS DEWS II) as ‘‘a multifactorial disease of the tears and ocular surface that results in symptoms of discomfort, visual disturbance, and...
A low myope walks into an optometry clinic… To many, this may sound like the beginning of a successful patient encounter. Correct myopia with a distance prescription; you’ll have a happy patient and a happy practice. In my clinic,...

Space exploration has recently seen a surge in government, industry and public interest that has not existed since the iconic space race of the 1960s. This trend is a product of breakthroughs in rocket and satellite technologies and an...
Keratoconus treatment options have expanded considerably. In the past, patients would be fitted with gas permeable lenses until they could no longer tolerate them or see well enough to function, at which time a corneal transplant would be performed....
Concussions are the biggest hype in social media and sports today on a national level. Parents are getting more and more worried about their children playing football because of the possibility of a head injury and or possible brain...
Am I a good candidate for refractive surgery? We have all been asked this question more times than we can remember. A recent study may help answer that question. The vision-related quality of life of subjects with myopia was...
“Disruption” is the king of all buzz words these days. During this episode of the ODs on Facebook Podcast we will be discussing the current and future impacts of disruptive forces in eyecare. Our guests for this episode are...
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