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Eyes On 2022 Optometry On Demand
Christopher Wolfe, OD, FAAO, Dipl. ABO
Patricia Fulmer, OD, FAAO
Ahmad Fahmy, OD, FAAO, Dipl. ABO
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Missed Eyes On 2022? You can still catch some of the top sessions from the largest virtual event of the year for ECPs. From updates in presbyopia and orthokeratology to innovations in MIGS, this year’s event was packed with value-rich sessions. Access on-demand recordings from 11 sessions now.
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On December 3 - 5, 2022, eyecare practitioners from all over the world joined us for Eyes On 2022, a three-day cross-disciplinary eyecare meeting focused on emerging clinical trends, technologies, and treatments in eyecare, and how ECPs can effectively utilize these in-clinic to deliver optimal patient care. Designed for an audience of ophthalmologists and optometrists, the meeting covered new diagnostic standards, treatment options, pharmaceutical agents, and other emerging developments along with co-management strategies.
Whether you missed a single session or the whole event, or simply wish to review any of the fantastic sessions that were held at Eyes On 2022, we've collected select sessions from the show just for you. Keep scrolling to watch some of our amazing speakers lecture on topics ranging from glaucoma management to new treatments for presbyopia, and don't forget to check out our list of future events!
Please note that while some of these courses were given as live CE, they cannot be watched on demand for credit. These videos are provided for review only.
Innovations in MIGS: What Is the OD's Role?
As minimally invasive glaucoma surgery’s status in surgical glaucoma grows, optometrists must understand the devices and how to manage patients postoperatively. In this lecture, Justin. Schweitzer, OD, FAAO, covers postoperative considerations through the use of MIGS case examples.
Overcoming Scleral Lens Failures
In this lecture, Bita Asghari, OD, FAAO, reviews common causes of scleral lens “failure” and discusses real clinical cases where such challenges were overcome. Learn to identify the causes of scleral lens failure and bring your patient to a successful scleral lens endpoint!
New Developments in Anti-VEGF
Anti-VEGF therapy has revolutionized the treatment of exudative retinal vascular disease. In this lecture, Daniel Epshtein, OD, FAAO, covers the current paradigms of anti-VEGF therapy before delving into novel anti-VEGF delivery systems and agents.
Orthokeratology: Reshaping Vision
Anith Pillai, OD, FSLS, reviews the architecture of an orthokeratology mold, including an in-depth look at topographical analysis and what the curves of orthokeratology design accomplish. The lecture will also cover troubleshooting common complications during an evaluation.
Roles and Responsibilities in Peri-Surgical Care of Refractive Surgery
Ahmad Fahmy, OD, FAAO, Dipl ABO, discusses current trends in ophthalmic refractive surgical procedures and the implementation of best practices most likely to deliver excellent surgical outcomes. This lecture reviews the peri-surgery process comprehensively, including presenting to the patient multiple surgical options, as well as how to manage challenging outcomes that may be unexpected to the patient and surgeon.
The Latest Advancements in the Treatment of Neurotrophic Keratitis
In this lecture, Cory Lappin, OD, FAAO, reviews the causes of neurotrophic keratitis (NK) and the latest developments in treatments, such as artificial tears, Regener-Eyes, and Oxerverate—the first FDA-approved treatment for NK.
Tapping Into Your Largest Untapped Value in 2022: Billing, Coding, and Valuing Your Training
Christopher Wolfe, OD, FAAO, Dipl ABO, discusses how you can sharpen your billing and coding procedure to reflect the value of your practice. He goes over the financial impacts of routine exams, medical evaluations, and incorrect coding.
AMD Update: News and More for 2022
In this lecture, Patricia Fulmer, OD, FAAO, discusses age-related macular degeneration. She goes over what the condition is, new diagnostics that are available to manage it, and the newest treatments on the market.
Trends in Refractive Surgery: Preparing for 2022
Devon Kennedy, OD, discusses trends in refractive surgery to help you prepare for 2022 and beyond. She goes over procedures like LASIK, and SMILE, and reviews implantable collamer lenses, refractive lens exchange, and premium cataract surgery.
Keratoconus: Transforming a Clinical Obstacle into an Opportunity
In this lecture, Brian Chou, OD, FAAO, FSLS, and Mary Prudden, the Executive Director of the National Keratoconus Foundation, joined us to discuss the significance of treating keratoconus and ways you can implement different management strategies in your practice.
The Holy Grail: Topical Treatments for Presbyopia
In this session, Preeya Gupta, MD, discusses a path not commonly followed for presbyopia treatment: topical treatment. She goes over drops like Orasis and Eyenovia, and how topical drops are coming up on the short term horizon.
Where Good Ideas Come From: How Dompé Turns Insights into Innovation
In this session, Jason Bey, Ashley Kline, Georgea Pasedis, and Brian Baum cover Dompé's culture and approach to innovation.