Review of Optometric Business is an online publication designed to provide the optometrist with a tool set to manage and grow the practice as a business.
Succeeding with Ortho-K
Building Ortho-K services requires guidance from experienced practitioners, the right instrumentation and a great lens design. As a part of the The Ortho-K Knowledge Bank, Steven Turpin, OD, MS, shares how he created a thriving Ortho-K practice.
Getting to Yes: Success Tips in Ortho-K
Presenting Ortho-K to patients and parents can be an uphill climb. You often need to communicate the very concept of Ortho-K, describe the process it entails, set expectations and establish the overall value of it. As a part of the The Ortho-K Knowledge...
Challenges in Building a Myopia Management Practice
Dan Press, OD, FCOVD, of Park Ridge Vision in Park Ridge, Illinois, discusses how educating patients and families on the benefits of myopia management are key to success in this specialty. A third-generation OD and VT specialist shares valuable insights.
Developing a Specialty in Neuro-Optometry and Rehabilitative Eyecare
Mark Kahrhoff, OD, speaks with ROB Profession Editor Mark Wright, OD, FCOVD, on how he came to develop a practice specializing in rehabilitative care for patients who suffer concussions, dementia and other conditions that affect the visual system.
Integrating CE and Optometry School Curriculum
Damon Dierker, OD, of the Intrepid Eye Society.
How Optometric Education Needs to Change
Whitney Hauser, OD, and Mark Schaeffer, OD, offer their thoughts on how optometric education and CE need to change to meet fast-changing needs of ODs in practice and entering practice. This ROB In-depth discussion is moderated by Mark Wright, OD, FCOVD,...