600X120-Network of Docs Wilson-Header
  A diagnostic challenge Always a diagnostic challenge is the hyperopic early teen who presents with mom in tow and brings along a history of increased headaches and blurred vision….and on fundus examination there appear to be full discs. And you...
After ignoring a single black dot in his vision, this patient finally saw his optometrist. See if you can guess the diagnosis before scrolling through the comments for the answer. Read & Comment on ODs on Facebook

https://youtu.be/VhVMU6v2mzE Dr. Hammond is a professor of Behavioral and Brain Sciences at UGA. Some topics covered include: How diet and exercise directly affect the brain, how different light sources can be helpful or damaging to the eyes, and how supplements should...
A 35-year old patient has a retinal heme during an exam! The before and after pictures are truly amazing to see. Read & Comment on ODs on Facebook
When it comes to patient education and ocular disease management, ODs are often asked the inevitable question “Is there anything else I can do?” In addition to Amsler grids, AREDS supplements, or prescriptions for Latanoprost, some patients seek additional...
Myopia control and OrthoK are important to building your practice. How do you drive traffic to your website and patients to your practice for these services? The Myopia Institute will help you and direct patients to your practice. Read & Comment...

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/b23dlgSHZlU Dr. Tom O'Bryan is a speaker and award-winning author of The Autoimmune Fix. He studies autoimmune diseases and their root causes. He is also the founder of TheDr.com.
Over the past 30 years, the landscape of corneal refractive surgery has undergone significant advances and changes. One unresolved issue that remains is the treatment of presbyopia. Clinicians and researchers have explored various non-refractive options, including multifocal contact lenses, intraocular...
Prevention is possible with today's technology It's 2017 and the prevention of eye disease is absolutely possible with early detection through technology. Medicine is advancing faster than we can keep up with it, but there is one thing that holds...
Send this to a friend