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Optometrists have the ability to carve their own path to practice. During school and residency, it became evident that the way one optometrist practices may be dramatically different from another, in a given day. Some of us can spend the day chasing around little kids while others may spend a considerable amount of time positioning a geriatric patient into the exam chair. At some point, we begin to find a patient demographic that suits us and become fluent in the subset of treatment modalities that follow.

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Sloan Rajadhyksha
Associate Editor for Sloan Rajadhyksha is a California native and Berkeley graduate currently completing her residency in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation at SUNY. She has been an active leader in the optometric student community; her current roles include being Founder of Optometry Student Network and President of SOLutioN. Sloan's passion within optometry lies with private practice and helping students build connections across the country.

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