Interested in becoming a member of the South Carolina Optometric Physicians Association (SCOPA) and the American Optometric Association (AOA)? More than ever before, South Carolina optometrists have a clear vision of the future of eyecare. We are leading in developing changes in eyecare and in the prevention of blindness. Striving to provide the most advanced and highest-quality eyecare to our patients, we pledge to maintain excellence in caring for South Carolina citizens and protecting their visual welfare. Many of your South Carolina neighbors have discovered that their optometrist is a key part of the healthcare provider team. Times have changed in eyecare in South Carolina, where optometrists consistently prove their effectiveness as primary eyecare doctors. Become part of the future in South Carolina. South Carolina optometrists are prepared to provide high-quality eyecare. Today, optometrists – more than ever before – are South Carolina’s primary eyecare providers. The future has arrived.
SCOPA: Managing myopia for the futureAugust 27th 2022
Ashley Tucker, OD, FAAO, FSLS, Dipl ABO, shares highlights from her discussion titled, "Myopia management: past, present, and future," presented during this year's 115th annual SCOPA meeting.
SCOPA: Troubleshooting and fitting scleral lensesAugust 27th 2022
Ashley Tucker, OD, FAAO, FSLS, Dipl ABO, shares highlights from her presentation on advanced fitting and troubleshooting tips for scleral lenses during the South Carolina Optometric Physicians Association’s annual meeting.
SCOPA: Treating anterior segment disease with amniotic membranesAugust 27th 2022
Ashley Tucker, OD, FAAO, FSLS, Dipl ABO, shares highlights from her presentation on amniotic membrane treatment for anterior segment disease during the South Carolina Optometric Physicians Association’s annual meeting.