Clinical

Accommodative Disorders for the New Grad Optometrist

accommodative dysfunction for the new grad optometrist

This article has been contributed by Michael Montenare, O.D., M.A.T., F.C.O.V.D. Accommodative dysfunction is one of the most common conditions encountered by optometrists, with an estimated prevalence of 6%. Thus, it is vital that optometrists be familiar with these conditions, so that we may provide the appropriate treatment. There are different …

Read More »

ZEISS is About to Release an Awesome New FREE Humphrey Field Analyzer Upgrade

zeiss humphrey field analyzer

This is a sponsored post by Carl Zeiss Meditec, a supporter of NewGradOptometry & new graduate optometrists 😎 Here at NewGradOptometry we’re pretty lucky to hear about some groundbreaking news prior to it being released. We’ve heard about legislation, acquisitions, and product releases in advance sometimes because we’ve got great connections inside …

Read More »

Optometrist Beginner’s Guide to Managing Uveitis

Antonio Chirumbolo, OD, talks with Dr. Dan Epshtein of Mt. Sinai hospital in New York about diagnosing, treating, and managing uveitis in patients. Uveitis causes intraocular inflammation, and while a majority presents in the anterior segment of the eye, patients can have inflammation in the posterior or periphery as well. …

Read More »