Revolutionize Glaucoma Management with Advanced OCT/OCT-A Technology with Dr. Nate Lighthizer

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Are you interested in learning more about Glaucoma management with OCT/OCT-A?

Optovue Solix by Visionix offers an arsenal of features to identify, assess, and manage Glaucoma confidently.

In this interactive webinar, Dr. Nate Lighthizer shows us to apply these features clinically to revolutionize care and retain your patients.

Topics include:
iWellness & AngioWellness for discovery
• New RDB and OCT-A vessel density metrics from the same scan for efficient assessment
• NEW advanced scans and reports for RNFL, GCC, and vessel density with trend analysis for progression management
• And more!

A Q&A follows with Dr. Lighthizer so don’t miss it!

** All OD and MD Attendees in the US and Canada will receive a $10 Starbucks eGiftCard from ODwire.org!


About the Speaker:
Born and raised in Bismarck, ND, Nate Lighthizer, OD, FAAO, is a graduate of Pacific University College of Optometry. Upon graduation, he completed a residency in Family Practice Optometry with an emphasis in Ocular Disease through Northeastern State University Oklahoma College of Optometry.

Dr. Lighthizer has since joined the faculty at the Oklahoma College of Optometry and serves as the Chief of Specialty Care Clinics and the Chief of Electrodiagnostics Clinic. In 2014, he founded and now heads the Dry Eye Clinic at the College of Optometry. Also in 2014, he was named the Director of Continuing Education as well as the Assistant Dean for Clinical Care Services at the Oklahoma College of Optometry.

He is a founding member, and currently serves as Vice President, of the Intrepid Eye Society which is a group of emerging thought leaders in optometry. He was named a member of PCON 250—a list of the top 250 optometrists in the country who practice progressively, provide innovative patient care, conduct optometric research or excel in academia and share what they have learned with other optometrists to advance the profession.

Dr. Lighthizer lectures nationally on numerous topics, most notably advanced ophthalmic procedures, electrodiagnostics, and ocular disease.
 
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Looks like about 300 folks have already signed up for this show, should be a fun one (if you've never seen output from the Solix before, it is really remarkable. Tech continues to march forward...)
 
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Looks like about 300 folks have already signed up for this show, should be a fun one (if you've never seen output from the Solix before, it is really remarkable. Tech continu
Looks like about 300 folks have already signed up for this show, should be a fun one (if you've never seen output from the Solix before, it is really remarkable. Tech continues to march forward...)
In a clinic I work at, they just received one. Not set up yet --I think next Tuesday or Wednesday. It's in boxes in my exam room. Being the oblivious sort, I didn't even realize it was there. Patient turned to put his hat on a pile of boxes in the corner. Then I realized... whoa, there's a bunch of boxes labelled "Optovue" and there's a power table in the other corner.

So thanks for setting up this very timely webinar!

 
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In a clinic I work at, they just received one. Not set up yet --I think next Tuesday or Wednesday. It's in boxes in my exam room. Being the oblivious sort, I didn't even realize it was there. Patient turned to put his hat on a pile of boxes in the corner. Then I realized... whoa, there's a bunch of boxes labelled "Optovue" and there's a power table in the other corner.

So thanks for setting up this very timely webinar!
That was a really helpful webinar! Thanks
 
Looks like about 300 folks have already signed up for this show, should be a fun one (if you've never seen output from the Solix before, it is really remarkable. Tech continues to march forward...)
WHERE are the lecture rooms !!! Can’t locate in your app???