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Huda Minhas, OD

Huda Minhas, OD is originally from Toronto, Canada. She completed her undergrad at the University of Toronto, and went on to pursue a bilingual Doctorate of Optometry program at the Inter-American University of Puerto Rico. She currently resides in Sacramento, California. Huda's clinical interests are in primary eye care, ocular disease, and pre-post operative management of surgical patients. She is currently part of a vibrant OD/MD group practice. In her spare time, she is passionate about weightlifting, hiking, traveling, and enjoying fine cuisine. 

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Resources
Emerging Treatments in Presbyopia: Topical Medications and More
Eyecare July 7th, 2020
Emerging Treatments in Presbyopia: Topical Medications and More

Eyecare is an exciting field—new developments are constantly on the horizon. Here are some of the new treatments on the horizon for presbyopic patients.

The OD's Practical Guide to Cranial Nerves: Downloadable Cheat Sheet
Eyecare June 17th, 2020
The OD's Practical Guide to Cranial Nerves: Downloadable Cheat Sheet

What's more nerve-wracking than neurology? This downloadable cheat sheet for the cranial nerves will help you memorize the important concepts.

The OD's Guide to Ocular Antibiotics
Eyecare May 14th, 2020
The OD's Guide to Ocular Antibiotics

When it comes to treating and managing ocular disease, antibiotics are one group of the many medications in the optometrist's toolkit. Here's your cheat sheet for keeping track of the big ones!

The Ocular Implications of Coronavirus: Notes for Optometrists
Eyecare April 6th, 2020
The Ocular Implications of Coronavirus: Notes for Optometrists

Optometrists currently treating urgent and emergent cases should pay particular attention to new research on the ocular effects and related symptoms of coronavirus.

Cequa, Restasis, and Xiidra: Treating Dry Eye Disease
Eyecare February 11th, 2020
Cequa, Restasis, and Xiidra: Treating Dry Eye Disease

Dry eye disease affects millions of people. These three medications exist to help these patients—what are the pros of each?