We all know the importance of an annual physical to ensure our health. But what about your eyes? Sure, you may think of this as necessary only if you wear glasses or contacts, or perhaps have a problem with your vision. Think again because a comprehensive eye exam is just as important to your health as an annual physical.
IOA Executive Director Jim Zieba is on a military leave of absence through Spring 2020. Zieba is a colonel in the United States Army and serves as Staff Judge Advocate of the 38th Infantry Division. He is currently stationed at Camp Arifjan in Kuwait. Stay tuned for more about Zieba's service in the Dec. IOA newsletter...
Dr. Sherrol Reynolds is the current president of the National Optometric Association (NOA), an organization dedicated to the optometric profession and service to the underserved. Learn more about Dr. Reynolds and the NOA and plan to attend the Fall Seminar on October 2-3, 2019, to meet her!
IOA Executive Director Jim Zieba was honored with the 2019 AOA Distinguished Service Award at the April AOA on Capitol Hill meeting in Washington, D.C.
Take advantage of the "HIPAA and Social Media: Growing Your Practice" Webinar offered Thursday, June 6th at 2:00 PM ET / 11:00 AM PST!
Chances are you will enjoy everything you do and the world around you much more if your eyes are healthy and you have good vision. For this, you need comprehensive eye care on a regular basis. During a comprehensive eye exam, doctors of optometry not only evaluate vision issues and eye disease, but also can identify early warning signs and manifestations of hundreds of diseases including, but not limited to, diabetes, hypertension and cancer.
Optometry’s Career Center (OCC) is the official career center of the American Optometric Association, with 24/7 access to qualified candidates located nationwide – including new seekers from the Class of 2019.