You don't have to actively practice in a Sports Vision specialty to utilize techniques to 'wow' your weekend warriors. This course is designed to allow doctors who may not understand the visual demands of several common sports to gain knowledge that can give their patients a competitive edge. From dominance and depth perception testing to sport-specific vision correction or tints, there are tips to maximize visual performance and patient satisfaction. This course will help your current patient base of 'athletes' become some of your biggest referral sources!

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Fraser Horn, O.D.

Amanda Nanasy, O.D.



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