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Myopia is not just a ‘vision anomaly’ that is simply treated with glasses.
Individual interventions may not result in the expected efficacy.
GP Specialists has developed a unique fitting chart which any practitioner can learn to use within minutes.
Troubleshooting in Ortho-K is best done when all of the crucial decision-making information is obtained for every visit.
Good patient selection is paramount.
Even parents of myopic kids lack the basic knowledge that myopia exists.
Practitioners offering myopia management need to know the effect a patient’s binocular vision status has on their management strategies.
The big question then becomes: “How in the world do I reach new patients?”
Any myope should undoubtedly be managed in any regular primary care optometric practice.
BEFORE you see your first myopia management case, get your office prepared.
Tens of millions of myopic children around the world need our help.
Combined interventions for myopia will potentially influence the standard of care.