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Optometrists Alliance are doctors of optometry, or ODs, are the main providers of vision care. They examine people's eyes to diagnose vision problems, such as nearsightedness and farsightedness, and they test patients' depth and color perception and ability to focus and coordinate the eyes. Optometrists may prescribe eyeglasses or contact lenses, or they may provide other treatments, such as vision therapy or low-vision rehabilitation.
Optometrists are health care professionals concerned with the health of eyes and related structures, as well as vision, visual systems, and vision information processing. Ophthalmic opticians are licensed medical professionals trained to prescribe and fit lenses to improve vision and to diagnose and treat various eye diseases. These Doctors or Optometry treat eye disease with topical diagnostic and therapeutic drugs.
Optometrists also test for glaucoma and other eye diseases and diagnose conditions caused by systemic diseases such as diabetes and high blood pressure, referring patients to other health practitioners as needed. They prescribe medication to treat vision problems or eye diseases, and some provide preoperative and postoperative care to cataract patients, as well as to patients who have had corrective laser surgery. Like other physicians, optometrists encourage preventative measures by promoting nutrition and hygiene education to their patients to minimize the risk of eye disease.
Although most work in a general practice as a primary care optometrist, some optometrists prefer to specialize in a particular field, such as contact lenses, geriatrics, pediatrics, or vision therapy. As a result, an increasing number of optometrists are forming group practices in which each group member specializes in a specific area while still remaining a full scope practitioner. An expert in low-vision rehabilitation may help legally blind patients by custom fitting them with a magnifying device that will enable them to read. Some may specialize in occupational vision, developing ways to protect workers' eyes from on-the-job strain or injury. Others may focus on sports vision, head trauma, or ocular disease and special testing. A few optometrists teach optometry, perform research, or consult.
Most optometrists are private practitioners who also handle the business aspects of running an office, such as developing a patient base, hiring employees, keeping paper and electronic records, and ordering equipment and supplies. Optometrists who operate franchise optical stores also may have some of these duties.
Optometrist Corneal and Contact Management
Low Vision Rehabilitation
Sports Vision Optometrists
Vision Therapy Optometry
Occupational Vision Optometrists
These healthcare agency personnel rely on new technology enhancements, continuing education programs, learning new managerial skills and techniques, attending trade shows, and reading medical and business journals to stay current in their field.
This target is made up of professional, well-educated, driven, ambitious and accomplished individuals. Most belong to professional and community organizations, and they are leaders, volunteers and role-models in the community. They do a considerable amount of business travel to medical conventions, conferences, and meetings.
Optometry Specialties (15.00/M) Optometrists Optometrist Corneal and Contact Management Low Vision Rehabilitation Pediatric Optometry Sports Vision Optometrists Vision Therapy Optometry Occupational Vision Optometrists Opticians
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