Optometry students are exposed to many specialized treatments during their academic career. They may develop a passion for one or another of these specialties. How do they reconcile this passion with the reality of the field when they enter practice? How can one, over the years, develop a specialized practice while being economically viable? What equipment/resources are required to succeed in this type of practice? This conference will address all of these issues and attempt to define the optometric practice of the future.

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Langis Michaud, O.D.



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