The Knowns and Unknowns of Myopia Management … and other cool stuff
Webinar and Podcast Series
The series was designed to generate dialog and share different views on what we know and don’t know about myopia management.
Our goal was to create thought-provoking and often controversial conversations that increase the engagement of eye care professionals who are currently practicing or considering the introduction of myopia management into their practice
This series was moderated by Matt Herzberg, the Executive Director of the AAOMC.
On-Demand Episodes and Podcasts
Episode 1: How to be successful with Myopia Management
Listen to these experts discuss why and how they created myopia management practices in corporate and private practice settings in a variety of socioeconomic and diverse markets.
Nathan Bonilla-Warford, OD FIAMOC: Dr. Bonilla-Warford runs Bright Eyes Kids, a practice that is 100% dedicated to pediatric patients.
Ashley Wallace Tucker, OD of Bellaire Family Eye Care. Dr. Tucker manages a very successful myopia management specialty clinic within a private practice.
Clinical Corner: Shelby Leach, OD, FAAO Assistant Clinical Professor at SUNY College of Optometry
During the clinical corner, Dr. Leach, a pediatric optometrist, and educator will present her top pediatric myopia management tips that help her have a successful pediatric myopia practice.
How is practicing pediatric myopia management different from traditional myopia?
What does the practice look like and how is the environment different for pediatric myopia management?
How did you build your pediatric myopia practice? What tips do you have for eye care professionals starting out?
How many pediatric myopia management patients do you see? What’s a good number to target and how does that build over time?
What tips do you have in talking to parents and children about myopia management and ortho-k?
This series is sponsored by GP Specialists and Contamac.
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