Description:

The practice of optometry is changing.  While change is inevitable, change within the glaucoma treatment space seems to be coming exceptionally fast.   Now is the perfect time to reacquaint oneself with both the basics and nuances of laser and surgical management.  Dr. Mike Cymbor is both a practice owner and the medical director of a referral-based glaucoma practice.  He will provide timely tips on how to wade through the vast array of laser and surgical choices to arrive at the best decision for your patients.

Course Code:

AOA178-GL

Speaker(s):

Michael Cymbor, O.D.
mcymbor@nittanyeye.com

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

8/27/2024

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