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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...

On this episode of the ODs on Facebook Podcast we take a deep dive into vision development. Topics discussed during this episode include: How vision develops. Visual function in children beyond eyesight. How vision impacts and guides the cognitive...

https://youtu.be/E198Ciq0SgA Dr. Zsolt Topaszto is a Doctor of myopia in Budapest, Hungary. Topics covered include: Different side effects of myopia, the causes of myopia we’re experiencing now, reducing the time we look at screens, why it’s important to start treatment with...

https://youtu.be/694OR7pG_hk Dr. Despotidis practices in Hamilton, New Jersey, diplomat of the American Board of Optometry, lead author of “A Parent’s Guide to Raising Children with Healthy Vision,” ted talk “A Childhood Disease Worth Preventing”. Topics covered include: Slowing down myopia in...
A history of known medical conditions, demographics (age/race), and symptoms can give you a working diagnosis on the phone before you ever see the patient. Below is a case that illustrates this fact. My father, a 74 year-old-Caucasian male, called...

https://youtu.be/j3uZLIdsY-E Dr. Tom Lewis — a medical scientist, has a PhD, from MIT and Harvard, public health -- Expert in Alzheimer's, neuroscience-generative disease. Topics covered include: The importance of reducing your body’s engagement with toxicity, the three disease mechanism hypothesis, how...
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...
A 33-year-old female patient was referred to me from an area optometrist for evaluation of ptosis OS. My usual protocol is to evaluate the ptosis, assure there isn’t a neurological or other underlying condition causing the ptosis, take the...

https://youtu.be/DGj9e2B1VsQ Dr. Renzi-Hammond is a Visual Neuroscientist at the University of Georgia College of Public Health Topics covered include: The retina’s role in regular eye exams, oxidative stress and macular degeneration, the importance of lutein and omega 3’s in a daily...

https://youtu.be/1ccHkWC1MT4 Topics covered include: Why we give way to our impulses, lifestyle factors that will reduce internal inflammation, the importance of daily meditation and exercise for the body, intentional technology usage, the capitalization of our personal reward circuits, blue light...
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