Our meetings provide optometrists with access to leading-edge content and necessary continuing education credits.

Early Diagnosis with Functional Assessment
Traditionally many clinicians have believed detection of ocular disease by visualization, or imaging, allows for early diagnosis. Truthfully the advancements in structural imaging does allow for earlier diagnosis, but even still when structural changes become apparent it can be argued this isn’t the earliest detection possible. This course will provide an understanding of how to obtain functional assessments, with electrodiagnostic testing. It will then be demonstrated, with actual cases, how this method will allow the clinician to detect and diagnose many ocular diseases earlier than with other methods.

Systemic Inflammation and Eye Disease
The ocular diseases optometrists regularly diagnose (Glaucoma, AMD and dry eye) have all shown to be associated with inflammation. In the absence of injury or infection it needs to be recognized this inflammation is of systemic origin. This course is designed to help the optometrist look for that “systemic link” to not only help manage the ocular disease better, but create an improved patient well-being.

Approved for 2 hours of COPE Credits Each
(A total of 4 COPE Credits)

Friday, May 17th from 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm in St. Louis, Missouri

Presented by: Chuck Aldridge, O.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.O.


Recent CE programs include:

Anterior Segment Quandaries: Infections, Inflammations, and the Ocular Surface
Dr. Ernie Bowling
Atlanta, GA

Primary Focus: Using Electrodiagnostics in the Practice
Dr. Peter Kehoe
Chicago, IL

Successful Strategies for Coding and Billing
Terry Bonds, OD
4 COPE (medical) CE
Dallas, Texas

Low Vision Suite: Making Real Money by Providing Real Help
Richard Shuldiner, OD
Chicago, Illinois

Here Come the Kids: Is Your Office Ready?
Brenda Montecalvo, OD
Dallas, Texas

Practical Optometric Management of Diabetes: Key Concepts and Strategies
A. Paul Chous, OD, and Jeffry Gerson, OD
4 COPE (SD-3) (PH-1) CE
Chicago, Illinois

Visually Evoked Potential: The New Normal in Clinical Care
Jerry Sherman, OD, and Alberto Gonzalez Garcia, MD
4 COPE (general optometry) CE
Dallas, Texas

The Opto-METRIC Odyssey: Retina Health Assessment and the Posterior Segment
Dorothy Hitchmoth, OD; Richard Maharaj, BSC; Stuart Richer, PhD; and Jerry Sherman, OD
4 COPE (clinical) CE
Chicago, Illinois

Vision in the Digital World
Jim Sheedy, OD
4 COPE (GO-4) CE
Dallas, Texas

The Friday CE program is a member benefit of Cleinman Performance Network.

Optometrists outside of Network may register with a $295 enrollment fee.

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Disclaimer: Workshop payment will be billed on the 15th of each month and cannot be combined with other discount offers. The workshops purchased are not open-ended and must be specified at time of purchase. The workshop attendee must also be specified at time of purchase. Payment plans may not be combined with other offers.