Birmingham is benefiting from a bit of a love-in of late
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I always used to marvel at the frequency with which Optrafair and the Optician Awards came around and that was when Optrafair only took place once every two years
There’s a surreal feel about things at the moment. With the Optician Awards and Optrafair just around the corner it feels as though all hell should be breaking loose
Its’s always interesting to see what the national newspapers are interested in when it comes to eyewear and eye care and also where you find those references
Its been a hectic start to the year and I must apologise to all Big Optometry Blog watchers for having abandoned you for so long
Wearable tech continues to be a big deal but it is wrists and not eyes that seem to be getting all of the attention
As the Greeks head for the polls and the oil price heads south it feels there is a lot of negative news around at the moment but this weeks Optician Index shows a few chinks of light, for optics at least.
How many of your patients are astronauts ? Those of you who thought our story on lowered blood pressure on long haul space flight may have thought we had lost the plot but fear not. Our clinical editor got very excited about this particular tale, and, let’s face, astronauts have to have their eyes examined too.
Happy New Year!
When she lowered the lights and used the pen torch to see into the backs of my eyes, I experienced this tingling sensation.