Description:

Treating patients suffering from amblyopia, strabismus, convergence/accommodative/ocular motor dysfunction, and visual information processing issues comes under the purview of today's optometrist. While technology does not supplant the traditional equipment used, it can enhance the therapeutic gains and encourage patients to try their hardest. This lecture will discuss some of the newest and coolest technology found in VT offices.

Course Code:

AOA367-GO

Speaker(s):

Marc Taub, O.D.

mtaub@sco.edu

Credits:

1

AOA Expiration Date:

1/10/2026

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