Description:

This workshop will focus on 3 topics which will be applicable for Paraoptometrics, Doctors, & Students and will provide foundations for establishing sports vision in a practice. These topics will include hands-on practice of Sports/Concussion Evaluation, Marketing Strategy (Reaching Out, Communication, & Promotion), and Hands-on Training Activities & Visual Skills Analysis. Attendees will also be invited to join a Virtual Round-up call after Optometry's Meeting to discuss how the principles taught are being implemented into the practice.

Course Code:

AOA320-FV

Speaker(s):

Joshua Watt, O.D.
drwatt@impactvisiontherapy.com

Fred Edmunds, O.D.
drfred@mailxt.com

Adam Blacker, O.D.
ablack@midwestern.edu

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

3/10/2025

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