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  • How to Unleash the CEO in You – Living on Purpose

    Once there was a man who came across three bricklayers busy at work. The man asked the first bricklayer what he was doing. “I’m laying bricks,” the worker replied. He then asked the second bricklayer the same question. “I’m putting up a wall,” he said. The passerby then asked the question one more time, this […]

    Continue Reading May 1, 2017

  • Women in Optometry Magazine

    Check out very own, Dr. Lauretta Justin’s feature in this month’s “Women In Optometry” magazine! She speaks about her personal encounter with young patients and how we as ODs change kids’ lives & vice versa! Go to website https://www.reviewofoptometry.com/wo/ to read the full article.  Congrats Dr. Justin!

    Continue Reading October 4, 2016

  • Presbyopia

      ‬ As we oh so gracefully mature, our vision changes also and we gradually lose the ability to focus on objects up close. This is a common condition called Presbyopia. The need for “readers” increases and it happens to everyone, despite how great your vision was when you were younger! Let us help you […]

    Continue Reading July 19, 2016