Fixational eye movements: The eye motion no one is talking about, but should be
These 3 types of fixational eye movements play a vital role in our visual perception, cognitive function, and are instrumental for our ability to see the world around us.
AOA 2023: Treating photophobia
Jacqueline Theis, OD, FAAO, discusses photophobia and how to most effectively treat this patient population, including when and how to utilizing blue light blockers.
AOA 2023: Reviewing the anatomy, pathophysiology of eye pain and its role in dry eye
Jacqueline Theis, OD, FAAO, shares insights from her AOA 2023 presentation on treating neurologic dry eye.
AOA 2023: Dry eye in the neuro-opt clinic
When dry eye treatments are not working for your patient’s symptoms or the anterior segment exam looks normal, you must ask yourself: What if the symptoms are secondary to a neurologic dysfunction in pain perception?
Understanding, treating ocular and visual complications in Parkinson's disease
Jacqueline Theis, OD, FAAO, gives key takeaways from her AAOpt 2022 meeting presentation, "Ocular and visual complications of Parkinson's disease."
AAOpt 2022: Treating photophobia to empower patients in their everyday life
Jacqueline Theis, OD, FAAO, gives key takeaways from her discussion on treating photophobia in patients, which she presented during the 2022 American Academy of Optometry meeting.
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