Low Vision Testing Procedures

 This course is for the private optometric practitioner and will explain the exact tests and exact sequence of how to do a low vision exam.


Webinar aired November 12, 2020

Presented by our partner Dr. Richard Shuldiner, President of the International Academy of Low Vision Specialists (IALVS).

Learning low vision care is a worthwhile investment for every practice seeking to expand its medical offerings.

Low vision is a high-revenue optometric specialty that is especially relevant as the baby boomers age, because there will be far more cases of diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, and other vision loss conditions.

To offer low vision care in private practice, the doctor must be able to complete the evaluation in under one hour and prescribe low vision devices that help the patient and are financially viable to the practice.

This course will teach the optometrist exactly how to accomplish this and add a financially and professionally successful service.

Watch the webinar and learn how to do low vision testing while earning CE credits through COPE.

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A Webinar Presented By Dr. Richard Shuldiner


Dr. Richard Shuldiner has been helping those with macular degeneration and other vision loss conditions for over 45 years as a low vision optometrist.   Dr. Shuldiner achieved Diplomate Status in The American Academy of Optometry in 1988 and is the Founder and President of The International Academy of Low Vision Specialists (www.IALVS.org).   He is the inventor of The Richard Shuldiner, OD/William Feinbloom, OD Philosophy & Methods for Providing Low Vision Care™ and has trained well over 50 optometrists in providing low vision care in the private practice setting.  Dr. Shuldiner is the Chief Clinical Editor of Managing Low Vision, an e-newsletter of Pentavision Media.