How will enhancing myopia management care impact your primary care practice flow?
Axial length and topography measurements are not typically acquired during a primary eye care examination. However, these parameters are essential to advance myopia management clinical practice and to set achievable goals and expectations for both the clinician and the patient. Join Jeffrey Krohn, OD, to learn about how his multi-doctor optometry practice was able to significantly enhance their clinical care without compromising efficiency or speed in gathering essential ocular parameters needed to diagnose, educate and treat patients with myopia.
You will learn:
- How axial length can be introduced into the “pre-examination” testing
- How to present advanced measurements as part of the treatment discussion
- How topography and other corneal measurements can streamline specialty contact lens fitting
- How to develop a follow-up protocol that is logical for patients, parents, and clinicians
Meet the speaker:
Jeffrey Krohn, OD, FAAO is the managing partner in Family Practice Optometry with Drs. Alesha Jensen and Donna Goebel in Fresno, CA (Fig Garden Village Area). He has served the families of Fresno with complete eye and vision care for over 30 years. After graduating from the Southern California College of Optometry in Fullerton, California, he served on the faculty of that institution before moving his family to the central valley. He is a Fellow in the American Academy of Optometry, achieving the highest level of certification as a “Diplomate” in the Academy’s section on “Cornea, Contact Lenses and Refractive Technology”. He is also a board-certified “Diplomate” with The American Board of Optometry.
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