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  • Rapid Fire: Therapeutic Management in Anterior Segment Disease (Audio only)

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/11/2016

    This interactive and rapid-fire course examines the use of oral and topical pharmaceuticals in the treatment/management of a variety of anterior segment diseases. Topical areas include HSV keratitis, herpes zoster ophthalmicus, bacterial/allergic conjunctivitis, lid/periocular tissues, uveitis and dry eye disease/Sjogrens.

    This interactive and rapid-fire course examines the use of oral and topical pharmaceuticals in the treatment/management of a variety of anterior segment diseases. Topical areas include HSV keratitis, herpes zoster ophthalmicus, bacterial/allergic conjunctivitis, lid/periocular tissues, uveitis and dry eye disease/Sjogrens. In order to receive distance learning credits for this course, please view it here: https://learning.aaopt.org/pro...

  • Rapid Fire: Concussion: A Multidisciplinary Approach

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/11/2016

    The course will provide an overview of a comprehensive-care approach to the adolescent patient with chronic post-concussive symptoms. This paradigm shift started with a multidisciplinary brain injury clinic at Boston Children’s Hospital established in July 2014 where patients with persistent symptoms after a concussion are seen. Each patient is examined by Sports Medicine/Neurology, Physical Therapy, Otolaryngology, Optometry, Ophthalmology, and Psychology on the same day, and a retrospective review of these individuals and their symptoms has shown relations among the visual symptoms and dysfunction across multiple physiologic systems. The data and a comprehensive view are presented herein.

    The course will provide an overview of a comprehensive-care approach to the adolescent patient with chronic post-concussive symptoms. This paradigm shift started with a multidisciplinary brain injury clinic at Boston Children’s Hospital established in July 2014 where patients with persistent symptoms after a concussion are seen. Each patient is examined by Sports Medicine/Neurology, Physical Therapy, Otolaryngology, Optometry, Ophthalmology, and Psychology on the same day, and a retrospective review of these individuals and their symptoms has shown relations among the visual symptoms and dysfunction across multiple physiologic systems. The data and a comprehensive view are presented herein. In order to receive distance learning credits for this course, please view it here: https://learning.aaopt.org/pro...

    Aparna Raghuram, OD, PhD, FAAO

    Ankoor Shah, MD, PhD

    Jacob Brodsky, MD

    David Howell, PhD, ATC

    David Howell is a researcher at The Micheli Center for Sports Injury Prevention and Division of Sports Medicine at Boston Children’s Hospital. Primarily, his research investigates how gait and balance control are affected by concussion, and how objective and instrumented assessments of function can augment clinical evaluations and assist with return-to-play decisions.

  • Rapid Fire: Concussion: A Multidisciplinary Approach (Audio only)

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/11/2016

    The course will provide an overview of a comprehensive-care approach to the adolescent patient with chronic post-concussive symptoms. This paradigm shift started with a multidisciplinary brain injury clinic at Boston Children’s Hospital established in July 2014 where patients with persistent symptoms after a concussion are seen. Each patient is examined by Sports Medicine/Neurology, Physical Therapy, Otolaryngology, Optometry, Ophthalmology, and Psychology on the same day, and a retrospective review of these individuals and their symptoms has shown relations among the visual symptoms and dysfunction across multiple physiologic systems. The data and a comprehensive view are presented herein.

    The course will provide an overview of a comprehensive-care approach to the adolescent patient with chronic post-concussive symptoms. This paradigm shift started with a multidisciplinary brain injury clinic at Boston Children’s Hospital established in July 2014 where patients with persistent symptoms after a concussion are seen. Each patient is examined by Sports Medicine/Neurology, Physical Therapy, Otolaryngology, Optometry, Ophthalmology, and Psychology on the same day, and a retrospective review of these individuals and their symptoms has shown relations among the visual symptoms and dysfunction across multiple physiologic systems. The data and a comprehensive view are presented herein. In order to receive distance learning credits for this course, please view it here: https://learning.aaopt.org/pro...

  • Rapid Fire: Anterior Segment Treatment of Infectious, Non-infectious and Inflammatory Conditions

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/10/2016

    This one-hour lecture will present a rapid fire approach to the anterior segment. It will discuss the treatment and management options available for hyperacute gonococcal conjunctivitis, preseptal and orbital cellulitis, peripheral ulcerative keratitis (PUK), neurotrophic and Mooren’s ulcer. We will also explore the treatment options for inflammatory conditions using some of the newer biologic therapies in eyecare. These include amniotic membranes, autologous and umbilical serum, and topical compounded biologic agents, all while engaging the audience with clinical data, photos, video and case examples.

    This one-hour lecture will present a rapid fire approach to the anterior segment. It will discuss the treatment and management options available for hyperacute gonococcal conjunctivitis, preseptal and orbital cellulitis, peripheral ulcerative keratitis (PUK), neurotrophic and Mooren’s ulcer. We will also explore the treatment options for inflammatory conditions using some of the newer biologic therapies in eyecare. These include amniotic membranes, autologous and umbilical serum, and topical compounded biologic agents, all while engaging the audience with clinical data, photos, video and case examples. In order to receive distance learning credit for this course, please visit this link: https://learning.aaopt.org/pro...

    Nicholas Colatrella, OD, FAAO, Dipl

    Med Director/Owner of PineCone Vision Center

    Nicholas Colatrella, OD, FAAO, Dipl AAO is a residency trained optometrist, who is the medical director and owner of PineCone Vision Center in Sartell, MN. Dr. Colatrella is board certified by the American Board of Optometry and the American Board of Certification in Medical Optometry. Dr. Colatrella received his Bachelor of Science degree from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA, and his Doctor of Optometry with honors from the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago. He completed his residency in ocular disease at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio and served as the director of operations at Northeast Ohio Eye Surgeons for 8 years. 

    Dr. Colatrella is a fellow, and Anterior Segment Diplomate, in the American Academy of Optometry, past Chair of its disease section, and a founding chair of the Anterior Segment Section. He is a member of the American Optometric Association, Past President of the Minnesota Optometric Association and the Past President of Illinois College of Optometry Alumni Council. He has been published several times and lectures nationally on various topics including LASIK, cataracts, pharmacology, dry eye and corneal diseases. He is an adjunct professor for several Colleges of Optometry and routinely mentors optometry student externs. Dr. Colatrella has proudly accepted numerous awards and was honored to accept the “Young Optometrist of the Year” award both in Ohio and Minnesota. He was also acknowledged as one of Best and Brightest “Forty under 40” in the eye care industry by Vision Monday Magazine and humbly accepted the “Sartell Business of the Year” award. Dr. Colatrella enjoys his children, biking, running, tri /duathlons, fantasy football and home improvement. 

    Jeffrey R Varanelli, OD, FAAO

    Christina S Wilmer, OD, FAAO

    Dr. Wilmer is the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs and Clinical Professor at the UC Berkeley School of Optometry. She is the Director of Affiliate Residency Programs, which include residents from the San Francisco VAMC, Palo Alto VAMC, Reno VAMC and Fresno VAMC. 

    Dr. Wilmer lectures locally, regionally and nationally on a number of clinical topics. Dr. Wilmer is the Chair of the Anterior Segment Section of the American Academy of Optometry. She is a member of the Part I Disease Examination Development Committee for the National Board of Examiners in Optometry. She serves the local medical community as a member of the Alta Bates Medical Center Ethics Committee. 

    She was the 2010 recipient of the Roy Brandreth Excellence in Teaching Award and the 2011 recipient of the Bernie Dolan Resident Mentor of the Year Award. 

    A. Mika Moy, OD, FAAO

    Dr. Mika Moy graduated from UC Berkeley School of Optometry and completed a residency in Pediatrics and Specialty Contact Lenses there. She is a Clinical Professor at the school and is instructor in charge of the Anterior Segment Disease course. Her primary responsibility is teaching third years, fourth years, and residents at the Tang Eye Center in the University Health Services. Dr. Moy lectures on a variety of topics nationally and internationally, but has a special interest in anterior segment disease and neuro-optometry. She is the Vice Chair of the Anterior Segment Section as well as a Founding Member.

  • Rapid Fire: Anterior Segment Treatment of Infectious, Non-infectious and Inflammatory Conditions (Audio only)

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/10/2016

    This one-hour lecture will present a rapid fire approach to the anterior segment. It will discuss the treatment and management options available for hyperacute gonococcal conjunctivitis, preseptal and orbital cellulitis, peripheral ulcerative keratitis (PUK), neurotrophic and Mooren’s ulcer. We will also explore the treatment options for inflammatory conditions using some of the newer biologic therapies in eyecare. These include amniotic membranes, autologous and umbilical serum, and topical compounded biologic agents, all while engaging the audience with clinical data, photos, video and case examples.

    This one-hour lecture will present a rapid fire approach to the anterior segment. It will discuss the treatment and management options available for hyperacute gonococcal conjunctivitis, preseptal and orbital cellulitis, peripheral ulcerative keratitis (PUK), neurotrophic and Mooren’s ulcer. We will also explore the treatment options for inflammatory conditions using some of the newer biologic therapies in eyecare. These include amniotic membranes, autologous and umbilical serum, and topical compounded biologic agents, all while engaging the audience with clinical data, photos, video and case examples. In order to receive distance learning credit for this course, please visit this link: https://learning.aaopt.org/pro...

    Nicholas Colatrella, OD, FAAO, Dipl

    Med Director/Owner of PineCone Vision Center

    Nicholas Colatrella, OD, FAAO, Dipl AAO is a residency trained optometrist, who is the medical director and owner of PineCone Vision Center in Sartell, MN. Dr. Colatrella is board certified by the American Board of Optometry and the American Board of Certification in Medical Optometry. Dr. Colatrella received his Bachelor of Science degree from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA, and his Doctor of Optometry with honors from the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago. He completed his residency in ocular disease at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio and served as the director of operations at Northeast Ohio Eye Surgeons for 8 years. 

    Dr. Colatrella is a fellow, and Anterior Segment Diplomate, in the American Academy of Optometry, past Chair of its disease section, and a founding chair of the Anterior Segment Section. He is a member of the American Optometric Association, Past President of the Minnesota Optometric Association and the Past President of Illinois College of Optometry Alumni Council. He has been published several times and lectures nationally on various topics including LASIK, cataracts, pharmacology, dry eye and corneal diseases. He is an adjunct professor for several Colleges of Optometry and routinely mentors optometry student externs. Dr. Colatrella has proudly accepted numerous awards and was honored to accept the “Young Optometrist of the Year” award both in Ohio and Minnesota. He was also acknowledged as one of Best and Brightest “Forty under 40” in the eye care industry by Vision Monday Magazine and humbly accepted the “Sartell Business of the Year” award. Dr. Colatrella enjoys his children, biking, running, tri /duathlons, fantasy football and home improvement. 

    Jeffrey R Varanelli, OD, FAAO

    Christina S Wilmer, OD, FAAO

    Dr. Wilmer is the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs and Clinical Professor at the UC Berkeley School of Optometry. She is the Director of Affiliate Residency Programs, which include residents from the San Francisco VAMC, Palo Alto VAMC, Reno VAMC and Fresno VAMC. 

    Dr. Wilmer lectures locally, regionally and nationally on a number of clinical topics. Dr. Wilmer is the Chair of the Anterior Segment Section of the American Academy of Optometry. She is a member of the Part I Disease Examination Development Committee for the National Board of Examiners in Optometry. She serves the local medical community as a member of the Alta Bates Medical Center Ethics Committee. 

    She was the 2010 recipient of the Roy Brandreth Excellence in Teaching Award and the 2011 recipient of the Bernie Dolan Resident Mentor of the Year Award. 

    A. Mika Moy, OD, FAAO

    Dr. Mika Moy graduated from UC Berkeley School of Optometry and completed a residency in Pediatrics and Specialty Contact Lenses there. She is a Clinical Professor at the school and is instructor in charge of the Anterior Segment Disease course. Her primary responsibility is teaching third years, fourth years, and residents at the Tang Eye Center in the University Health Services. Dr. Moy lectures on a variety of topics nationally and internationally, but has a special interest in anterior segment disease and neuro-optometry. She is the Vice Chair of the Anterior Segment Section as well as a Founding Member.

  • Rapid Fire: Anterior Segment Treatment of Infectious, Non-infectious and Inflammatory Conditions (Credit, 1 Hour, AS)

    Contains 9 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/10/2016

    This one-hour lecture will present a rapid fire approach to the anterior segment. It will discuss the treatment and management options available for hyperacute gonococcal conjunctivitis, preseptal and orbital cellulitis, peripheral ulcerative keratitis (PUK), neurotrophic and Mooren’s ulcer. We will also explore the treatment options for inflammatory conditions using some of the newer biologic therapies in eyecare. These include amniotic membranes, autologous and umbilical serum, and topical compounded biologic agents, all while engaging the audience with clinical data, photos, video and case examples. 57014-AS

    This one-hour lecture will present a rapid fire approach to the anterior segment. It will discuss the treatment and management options available for hyperacute gonococcal conjunctivitis, preseptal and orbital cellulitis, peripheral ulcerative keratitis (PUK), neurotrophic and Mooren’s ulcer. We will also explore the treatment options for inflammatory conditions using some of the newer biologic therapies in eyecare. These include amniotic membranes, autologous and umbilical serum, and topical compounded biologic agents, all while engaging the audience with clinical data, photos, video and case examples. 57014-AS

    Nicholas Colatrella, OD, FAAO, Dipl

    Med Director/Owner of PineCone Vision Center

    Nicholas Colatrella, OD, FAAO, Dipl AAO is a residency trained optometrist, who is the medical director and owner of PineCone Vision Center in Sartell, MN. Dr. Colatrella is board certified by the American Board of Optometry and the American Board of Certification in Medical Optometry. Dr. Colatrella received his Bachelor of Science degree from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA, and his Doctor of Optometry with honors from the Illinois College of Optometry in Chicago. He completed his residency in ocular disease at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Cleveland, Ohio and served as the director of operations at Northeast Ohio Eye Surgeons for 8 years. 

    Dr. Colatrella is a fellow, and Anterior Segment Diplomate, in the American Academy of Optometry, past Chair of its disease section, and a founding chair of the Anterior Segment Section. He is a member of the American Optometric Association, Past President of the Minnesota Optometric Association and the Past President of Illinois College of Optometry Alumni Council. He has been published several times and lectures nationally on various topics including LASIK, cataracts, pharmacology, dry eye and corneal diseases. He is an adjunct professor for several Colleges of Optometry and routinely mentors optometry student externs. Dr. Colatrella has proudly accepted numerous awards and was honored to accept the “Young Optometrist of the Year” award both in Ohio and Minnesota. He was also acknowledged as one of Best and Brightest “Forty under 40” in the eye care industry by Vision Monday Magazine and humbly accepted the “Sartell Business of the Year” award. Dr. Colatrella enjoys his children, biking, running, tri /duathlons, fantasy football and home improvement. 

    Jeffrey R Varanelli, OD, FAAO

    Christina S Wilmer, OD, FAAO

    Dr. Wilmer is the Associate Dean for Clinical Affairs and Clinical Professor at the UC Berkeley School of Optometry. She is the Director of Affiliate Residency Programs, which include residents from the San Francisco VAMC, Palo Alto VAMC, Reno VAMC and Fresno VAMC. 

    Dr. Wilmer lectures locally, regionally and nationally on a number of clinical topics. Dr. Wilmer is the Chair of the Anterior Segment Section of the American Academy of Optometry. She is a member of the Part I Disease Examination Development Committee for the National Board of Examiners in Optometry. She serves the local medical community as a member of the Alta Bates Medical Center Ethics Committee. 

    She was the 2010 recipient of the Roy Brandreth Excellence in Teaching Award and the 2011 recipient of the Bernie Dolan Resident Mentor of the Year Award. 

    A. Mika Moy, OD, FAAO

    Dr. Mika Moy graduated from UC Berkeley School of Optometry and completed a residency in Pediatrics and Specialty Contact Lenses there. She is a Clinical Professor at the school and is instructor in charge of the Anterior Segment Disease course. Her primary responsibility is teaching third years, fourth years, and residents at the Tang Eye Center in the University Health Services. Dr. Moy lectures on a variety of topics nationally and internationally, but has a special interest in anterior segment disease and neuro-optometry. She is the Vice Chair of the Anterior Segment Section as well as a Founding Member.

  • Rapid Fire: The Herpes Group

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/10/2016

    This course will be presented in a rapid fire format (using 4 different speakers sharing eight different topic areas) a wide array of topics dealing with recognizing and managing herpetic eye disease. A full discussion ranging from differentiating herpetic corneal lesions from other corneal lesions not related to herpetic diseases to managing the ravages of severe herpetic complications such as acute retinal necrosis, post-herpetic neuralgia and neurotrophic states.The importance and value of proper vaccination will be shared and some unusual case presentations will highlight the need for early recognition and when attention is needed relative to additional systemic concerns such as reduced cell mediated immunity.

    This course will be presented in a rapid fire format (using 4 different speakers sharing eight different topic areas) a wide array of topics dealing with recognizing and managing herpetic eye disease. A full discussion ranging from differentiating herpetic corneal lesions from other corneal lesions not related to herpetic diseases to managing the ravages of severe herpetic complications such as acute retinal necrosis, post-herpetic neuralgia and neurotrophic states.The importance and value of proper vaccination will be shared and some unusual case presentations will highlight the need for early recognition and when attention is needed relative to additional systemic concerns such as reduced cell mediated immunity. In order to receive distance learning credits for this course, please view it at https://learning.aaopt.org/pro...

  • Rapid Fire: The Herpes Group (Credit, 2 Hours, AS)

    Contains 9 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/10/2016

    This course will be presented in a rapid fire format (using 4 different speakers sharing eight different topic areas) a wide array of topics dealing with recognizing and managing herpetic eye disease. A full discussion ranging from differentiating herpetic corneal lesions from other corneal lesions not related to herpetic diseases to managing the ravages of severe herpetic complications such as acute retinal necrosis, post-herpetic neuralgia and neurotrophic states.The importance and value of proper vaccination will be shared and some unusual case presentations will highlight the need for early recognition and when attention is needed relative to additional systemic concerns such as reduced cell mediated immunity. 57010-AS

    This course will be presented in a rapid fire format (using 4 different speakers sharing eight different topic areas) a wide array of topics dealing with recognizing and managing herpetic eye disease. A full discussion ranging from differentiating herpetic corneal lesions from other corneal lesions not related to herpetic diseases to managing the ravages of severe herpetic complications such as acute retinal necrosis, post-herpetic neuralgia and neurotrophic states.The importance and value of proper vaccination will be shared and some unusual case presentations will highlight the need for early recognition and when attention is needed relative to additional systemic concerns such as reduced cell mediated immunity. 57010-AS

  • Rapid Fire: The Herpes Group (Audio only)

    Contains 2 Component(s)

    This course will be presented in a rapid fire format (using 4 different speakers sharing eight different topic areas) a wide array of topics dealing with recognizing and managing herpetic eye disease. A full discussion ranging from differentiating herpetic corneal lesions from other corneal lesions not related to herpetic diseases to managing the ravages of severe herpetic complications such as acute retinal necrosis, post-herpetic neuralgia and neurotrophic states.The importance and value of proper vaccination will be shared and some unusual case presentations will highlight the need for early recognition and when attention is needed relative to additional systemic concerns such as reduced cell mediated immunity.

    This course will be presented in a rapid fire format (using 4 different speakers sharing eight different topic areas) a wide array of topics dealing with recognizing and managing herpetic eye disease. A full discussion ranging from differentiating herpetic corneal lesions from other corneal lesions not related to herpetic diseases to managing the ravages of severe herpetic complications such as acute retinal necrosis, post-herpetic neuralgia and neurotrophic states.The importance and value of proper vaccination will be shared and some unusual case presentations will highlight the need for early recognition and when attention is needed relative to additional systemic concerns such as reduced cell mediated immunity. In order to receive distance learning credits for this course, please view it at https://learning.aaopt.org/pro...

  • A Grand Rounds Series

    Contains 2 Component(s) Recorded On: 11/10/2016

    Optometrists play a key role in diagnosing and managing anterior segment disease. When a red eye case falls out of the typical ones seen, the doctor must utilize their diagnostic skills to solve the patient’s problem. The following cases provide the clinician with useful tools to aid in the diagnosis and management of out of the ordinary anterior segment disease.

    Optometrists play a key role in diagnosing and managing anterior segment disease. When a red eye case falls out of the typical ones seen, the doctor must utilize their diagnostic skills to solve the patient’s problem. The following cases provide the clinician with useful tools to aid in the diagnosis and management of out of the ordinary anterior segment disease. In order to receive distance learning credit, please visit this link: https://learning.aaopt.org/pro...