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Learn How Prism is Propelling Practices to New Heights
Prism is the key to unlocking symptom relief for the vast majority of patients, especially now that remote working and learning are a daily reality for most people. Prism is also—frankly—a pain, and measuring small amounts of prism objectively has traditionally been all but impossible. But technological innovations have unlocked the true potential of prism for any eyecare provider, with staff of any experience level. Real advice from real practices. Don’t miss this valuable webinar.

Panelists: Matt Dixon, OD / Amanda Nanasy, OD / Jennifer Zolman, OD
Moderator: Larry Wan, OD

This course is not approved for COPE credit.

Oct 26, 2021 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Matt Dixon
Optometrist @Advanced Eyecare Center
Dr. Dixon has been in private practice for 20 years. His team of 20 includes 2 associate doctors and 2 locations. The practice specializes in specialty contact lenses, dry eye, Neurolens, and medical eyecare. Dr. Dixon has written articles in numerous publications. Outside of optometry, he is a musician and a crossfitter.
Dr. Amanda Nanasy
Optometrist @The Eye Center
Dr. Nanasy holds a BS in Vision Science from Nova Southeastern University, which she earned in 2008. She received her Doctor of Optometry with Professional Honors in May 2010 from Nova Southeastern University (NSU). In 2009, Dr. Nanasy was named “NSU Student of the Year,” which she regards as her greatest academic honor to date. It was the first time that a student from the college of Optometry was singled out for this prestigious distinction. In 2010 she was named one of the next generation of optical leaders among the “40 Most Influential Women in Optical” by Vision Monday magazine. Since 2009, she has been involved as the primary investigator in a research project with the NSU baseball team titled “Can Vision Training Improve Baseball Players’ Dynamic Visual Acuity and Batting Average.” So far, her work has revealed that training players to focus, relax and converge their eyes has led to more confidence in both tracking the ball and stepping up to the plate.
Dr. Jennfier Zolman
Optometrist @The Draisin Vision Group
Dr. Jennifer Smith Zolman grew up in Eastern Ohio and attended college at The Ohio State University, completing her Bachelor of Science in Human Nutrition degree, and obtained her Doctorate of Optometry at Nova Southeastern College of Optometry in 2006. She is a fellow of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development. She is the owner of the Draisin Vision Group in Charleston, SC. She currently serves as a Director on board of the College of Optometrists in Vision Development and works closely with the vision therapists committee and the insurance committee. Dr. Zolman served as President of the South Carolina Optometric Physicians Association (SCOPA) in 2016/2017. Dr. Zolman is an adjunct clinical director for 5 different Colleges of Optometry externship programs and the Residency director in Vision Therapy/ Pediatric Optometry affiliated with Southern College of Optometry, teaching and mentoring future doctors in her office.