Cindy Hui, OD
Dr. Cindy Hui was born a myope and grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area. In her youth, she spent countless hours at her optometrist’s office as a patient, and then later on as a very eager protege. She graduated from the University of California at Berkeley and then attended the Southern California College of Optometry and has been a practicing optometrist ever since.
She dedicates her time seeing patients and has an affinity for treating nursing home and psychiatric patients.
Dr. Hui stands up for integrity, authenticity, and kindness to animals. In her spare time, she likes watching true crime shows, crocheting and cave diving.
What Optometrists Should Know About Cosmetic Eyelid Surgery
Improve patient education and referrals by reviewing the basics of cosmetic eyelid procedures, such as blepharoplasty, injectables, and resurfacing treatments.
What Optometrists Should Know about Mandated Reporting
As mandated reporters, it is vital that optometrists understand specific state requirements for how and where to document incidents of abuse.
Acute Angle Closure Crisis Protocol with Cheat Sheet
An acute angle closure crisis is an ocular emergency that optometrists must address quickly and skillfully. Read more here and download the cheat sheet!
Acute TBI in the Optometry Practice with Cheat Sheet
Learn how to recognize, evaluate, and promptly take action when confronted with an acute traumatic brain injury.
Glaucoma? High Myopia? Or Both? A Differential Diagnosis Guide
Detecting glaucoma can be complicated, especially in patients with high myopia. Learn how focusing on the diagnostic norms of the highly myopic population will lead to more precisely diagnosing glaucoma.
How to Use a Smartphone for Fundus Photography to Capture Quality Images on the Fly
With continued advancement in smartphone technology and camera upgrades, SFP is considered comparable to traditional fundus photography. Here's how to capture a quality, ocular image quickly and efficiently.
Sleep Positions and IOP - Hocus Pocus or Fact?
Discover why part of the glaucoma management process should involve considering postural IOP changes, ruling out ocular compression, and discussing different sleep positions.