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Eye physicals should be full-scope

Scott Schachter, OD addresses statistics that show a low percentage of ODs in the U.S. are writing prescriptions. What should ODs look for during comprehensive eye exams? Mindset is key. Eye physicals should be full-scope. Check out the medical minded OD Facebook group to collaborate with ODs interested in full-scope optometry: https://www.facebook.com/groups/36513...

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