Several ophthalmic technicians from Eye Associates attended and a few participated as “mock” patients so Dr. Taub could demonstrate visual testing devices that he brought along with him. The Vision Therapy & Rehabilitation program provides advanced training in the care of pediatric patients as well as using vision therapy modality for various vision disorders. Specialty… Read More
To read more about Pinkeye causes, symptoms and treatments click on this website: http://www.webmd.com/eye-health/ss/slideshow-pinkeye
While attending the meeting on January 15th to the 18th, Dr. Ogawa was asked to be an instructor in courses on advanced iris and intraocular lens suturing as well as courses on anterior vitrectomy.
To read the rest of the Harvard Health publication on healthy eating and how it can protect your eyesight click on http://www.health.harvard.edu/press_releases/healthy-eating-can-protect-eyesight
Get the facts about glaucoma and schedule a dilated eye exam if you’re at higher risk. Learn more at www.nei.nih.gov/glaucoma.
Congratulations to the following Albuquerque area technical staff who passed the Certified Opthalmic Assistant (COA) examination through the Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology (JCAHPO): Jessica Ruskey, Shannon Bowman, Cecily Coca, Michael Aragon, Megann Matthews, Kayla Lynn, Joanna LaPine, Danielle Mendoza, Ericka Chacon and Leah Baltierrez. Congratulations to Yannicel Resendiz, Vanessa Chavez and… Read More
They include: Age—dry eye is a part of the natural aging process. The majority of people over age 65 experience some symptoms of dry eyes. Gender—women are more likely to develop dry eyes due to hormonal changes caused by pregnancy, the use of oral contraceptives, and menopause. Medications—certain medicines, including antihistamines, decongestants, blood pressure medications… Read More
Towards the end of last year, our Farmington Clinic and Optical Shop sponsored a Toys for Tots Zumba event. The event collected $525 and over 100 new toys. All proceeds went to the San Juan County Toys for Tots organization to help local children have a Merry Christmas. We were very proud to be able… Read More
We are proud to list the following Northern New Mexico technical staff who have achieved a Certified Opthalmic Assistant or a Certified Ophthalmic Techician certification in 2014: Valerie Baros, COA Jenica Bonnell, COA Rosa Castillo, COA Feliz Esparza, COT Joshua Perea, COA Elizabeth Romero, COT Congratulations to all for your dedication to excellence.