Dr. Ben Casella, OD, FAAO, chief optometric editor speaks with Gretchyn Bailey, editor in chief about the ups and downs of COVID-19 as a Doctor of Optometry and practice owner.
Benjamin P. Casella, OD, FAAO
Chief optometric editor Ben Casella, OD, FAAo, shares his experiences in applying for a small business administration (SBA) loan and looks forward to making Brussel sprouts and reading Harry Potter.
I haven’t been on Earth for a long time, but I don’t recall anything like this. The novel coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic have created, at least temporarily, a new normal for our society and life on this planet.
Dr. Casella opines on what is happening in his practice this week.
More by Dr. Casella: One OD weighs in during office closure
Chief Optometric Editor Ben Casella, OD, FAAO, shares what is happening—or not happening—in his practice.
Reach past conventional therapies and give alternatives a try
Going to St. Louis, MO, for a couple of days in the dead of winter is not at the top of the to-do list for this Georgia boy. Nothing against St. Louis. I love that city. But, why should I travel there in January?
I hope everyone had a good and productive Glaucoma Awareness Month. It’s in January, just in case you needed a reminder for when to wear your green ribbon on the lapel of your lab coat.
Early and correct diagnosis of this congenital retinal vasculopathy vital to improve visual outcomes.
Epiretinal membranes can affect accuracy of a glaucooma diagnosis and disease monitoring