When your job involves researching ophthalmic topics, interviewing ophthalmologists and writing articles about the profession, you’re often called to drill down deeply into such topics as protocols for treating severe non-proliferative diabetic retinopathy, ways to approach LASIK enhancements or the latest variations of the Yamane suturing technique. However, when you come up for air and attend a social event with family and friends, and someone learns what you do for a living, they almost always immediately ask, “So what are they doing for eye floaters? Mine are driving me nuts!” These little, innocuous aberrations which, for the longest time, were just viewed as something a patient has to live with, can actually have an oversized impact on a person’s life. Read More