Thursday, June 27, 2019

Optometry Podcast: What Optometrists Need to Know About YAG Laser Vitreolysis for Floaters

Dr. Jessica Schiffbauer shares how to discuss this Vitreolysis for floaters and it’s potential side effects with curious patients. Learn more!
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The Benefits of Transitions® Signature® GEN 8™ Receive FREE ABO Credits

Join us as Pete Hanlin discusses the benefits of Transitions® Signature® GEN 8™ lenses. Click the link the below and take the quiz to receive FREE ABO credits! Quiz: https://www.innereactive.com/gen8/

Optometry Podcast: What You Need to Know About Light Sensitivity

This podcast was produced in partnership with Transitions Optical. How many times a day are you bothered by light? For millions of Americans, the answer is quite frequently! On today’s podcast, we discuss one of...

Optometry Podcast: Dr. Tanya Sitter Shares Her Patient’s Experience with Early Access to ACUVUE...

In this podcast, we explore what you really need to know to position the Acuvue Oasys with Transitions contact lens for success in your practice, and what patient expectations you should manage before getting...

Optometry Podcast: Sightbox Interview with Travis Rush

Online contact lens disruptors often get lumped in together, but the truth is these businesses are often vastly different in their approach.  Sightbox is one such company: it offers patients a monthly contact lens...

Lunch Date with Rachel and Kate Episode 24: How to Interview Well with Dr....

We have a special guest with us this week!! Meet Dr. Linda Luciano! She is a career coach for people in academia and women looking into leadership. She has helped so many people grow...

Optometry Podcast: What You Need to Know About The Myopia Task Force with Dr....

One of the biggest stories so far in 2019 is the development of the Myopia Task Force, a group of 14 optometrists that have been charged with taking on the alarming growth rate of...

Optometry Podcast: Low Vision with Dr. Henry Greene of Ocutech

“Low Vision in practice is a lot different than what you probably learned in school,” advises Dr. Henry Greene.  “In school we learned it’s not Low Vision, it’s Slow Vision,” he jokes, but he’s...