What do you need to consider when starting a vision therapy practice?
Managing patients with traumatic brain injury can be challenging. Here are 4 important things to keep in mind when attempting to help these patients.
Opening a private optometry practice cold can be overwhelming. Here are important tips and questions answered by a new grad who opening his office cold!
For any optometry practice owner, tracking growth is critical for the success of your business. Here is a two step process to help you understand key data!
As a private practice owner, I decided not to be a participating provider with all insurance plans. I will explain my reasoning in this article.
Here's how you can decide what electronic medical record might be best for your practice, and some of the pros and cons of the most commonly used EMRs.
I opened a private optometry practice cold without an optical. Here are the main advantages and reasons why I decided I did not want or need an optical.
Here are several ways to obtain money in order to fund your new optometry practice.
Here you'll find a detailed invoice of what it cost to open my new optometry practice cold.
These are seven questions my partner and I answered to help develop our business model to open our optometry practice cold.
Find success and fulfillment by identifying your roles, values, and primary aim.
Find out what tests are most effective for visual perceptual workups within your vision therapy practice!
Here is a list of my top five ways to learn and stay connected with the advancements in vision therapy and rehabilitation.
Here I will teach you my favorite methods for getting vision therapy referrals into my office. I practice vision therapy in Long Island, NY and get lots of referrals.
The biggest decision when starting a vision therapy clinic is deciding to take insurance or not. Here is what Dr. Miki D'Angelo considered when it came time to make that exact decision.
A step-by-step guide on how to create a business plan for vision therapy. Included are start up costs, calculations of revenue, expenses and profits and examples.
My goal over the next year is to bring my optometry readers on my journey of creating a vision therapy business within an already existing practice and walk you through the process of actually doing it. Look out each month for a new article about bringing VT to your practice!