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Shift in Employment Status Provided Doctor the Motivation to Open Her...

Before Nataliya Yakovleva, OD, became an optometrist, she had several occupations, but none of them were in health care. Originally from Russia, her college...

Investing 101: Understanding Stocks Through Positioning

By Natalie Hayes Schmook, MBA, CFP, CVA When I talk about the stock market, eyes sometimes quickly glaze over because investment professionals tend to use...

Sisters Set up Their Practice in a Special Place of Childhood...

Even though they are sisters, Jennifer Blaschke, OD, and Kymber Blaschke, OD, came to optometry via distinctly different pathways. Dr. Jennifer Blaschke says, “I’m five...

Bringing New Life to Established Specialty Practice

OD eager to continue legacy, add new services to streamline offices’ offerings

Wine Selection of the Month: A Hall to Remember

By Nadia A Virani, OD, Vice President of Operations- EVP Eyecare I recently took a weekend break from the busy eye-world we all live in to...

Debt Is a Drain on Dreams for Some ODs

Ninety-six percent of respondents to a WO Pop-up Poll said that they graduated optometry school – or expect to – with student loan debt....

Years of Planning and Paying Down Loans Helped OD Realize Independent...

After Tina Ansari, OD, graduated from University of California Berkeley College of Optometry in 2014, having her own independent practice one day was...

Mindfulness: OD Explains How She Tries to Get There

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, but Meagan Herring, OD, FAAO, CHHP, wants her patients and community to be “mindful” all the time. She’s created...

Taking a Break from Screen Time – Actually

“I always emphasize and explain the importance of the 20-20-20 rule to my patients, especially after the pandemic. I talk to anyone, who spends...
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