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The Impact of Small Prism Correction for Improved Patient Outcomes With Dayna Hazlewood

There is a common misconception that only patients with large phorias or fixation disparity suffer from visual discomfort and symptoms of trigeminal dysphoria, such as headache, visual fatigue or neck and shoulder pain. However, mounting evidence shows no correlation between the magnitude of phoria and severity of the symptomatology.

In this webinar, presented by Women In Optometry and neurolens, Dayna Hazlewood, OD, of Omaha, Nebraska, notes how small amounts of prism correction can be extremely effective in addressing these symptoms and how these discoveries impact her patients and practice.

Discomfort is not inevitable. Tune in for this presentation to help your patients see better and clearer.

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