Focus on Refraction

This mainstay of optometric practice continues to challenge even seasoned ODs Learn how to do better. By Marc B. Taub, OD, MS, and Paul Harris, OD

Less is Not More

One of the fundamentals of prescribing involves using all of your data points, not limiting yourself to one, to arrive at a solution.
12/15/2021

A Glimpse Into the Future

Objective measurements of visual acuity continue to evolve, with a new method showing promising results.
10/15/2021

Plus Lenses: Proof is in the Testing

There are a multitude of evaluations that will get you closer to subjective and objective patient responses.
08/15/2021

Space: the Final Frontier

Where appropriate, work cheiroscopic tracing into your workup to get a better handle of the case in your chair.
06/15/2021

Make Way For Yoked Prism

This option has improved the lives of many patients; two are highlighted here.
04/15/2021

A Twofold Effect

A small amount of prism was enough to give this patient visual relief—and even reduce his Parkinson’s medication burden.
02/15/2021

Buff Up Your Buffers

Exophoria helps the body reduce the impact of visual stress.
12/15/2020

A Patient on Thin Ice

We had to help an athlete break a bad habit so that he could return to his sport.
10/15/2020

A Little VT Goes a Long Way

This pair of cases highlights the technique’s usefulness in those patients who could never get by with lenses alone.
08/15/2020

A Case of Pediatric Prescribing

Here’s an example of how to approach vision care for these young patients.
06/15/2020