AMD Peer Perspectives
Are you missing a piece of the AMD puzzle?
The subjective nature of structural imaging can make it tricky to diagnose AMD. Our AMD Peer Perspectives learning sessions provide an opportunity for you to pick your colleagues’ brains on the use of dark adaptation testing — an assessment of retinal function — to enhance your ability to provide a better standard of care for your patients.
Grounded in clinical experiences, the sessions are facilitated by Amanda Legge, OD, and provide an opportunity for you to talk to other optometrists about AMD, dark adaptation testing, the AdaptDx Pro®, our AMD Excellence Program®, and more. Bring your questions! This is not a webinar, but a place for active discussion and an opportunity to learn how others are achieving success.
Join us for our first session on Wednesday, April 6th at 8:00 PM EST.
Please register using the blue form.
The AdaptDx Pro dark adaptometer is an invaluable and unique technology to help detect and monitor AMD patients. Implementing this technology has also given me the opportunity to further patient education about the importance of early detection and treatment.
Learning Sessions Host:
Amanda Legge, OD, Wyomissing Optometric Center
Dr. Legge has been an integral part of the professional team at Wyomissing Optometric Center since 2012. She earned a B.S. in Biology from Wilkes University in Wilkes-Barre where she minored in Neuroscience, Chemistry and Theater Arts. She earned a B.S. in Visual Science and an O.D. degree from the Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University in Philadelphia. She serves as a member of the Allied Health Professional Staff at Penn State Hershey St. Joseph Medical Center (inpatient consults and Emergency Department eye care).
Dr. Legge enjoys primary eye care with special interest in retinal diseases and macular degeneration, having earned a certification for advanced retinal studies during her academic and clinical training. She is a frequent lecturer on retinal diseases to fellow optometrists providing them with continuing education. She is a Faculty Advisor for the International Studies Master of Science in Clinical Optometry program at the Pennsylvania College of Optometry at Salus University. Dr. Legge is a VisionUSA doctor who provides free eye care to the working poor who are screened and referred by the Salvation Army. She participates in the national InfantSEE program, sponsored by the American Optometric Association, offering free vision and eye health screenings to 6-12 month old infants.
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Each AdaptDx Pro purchase is supported by our AMD Excellence Program®️ to help you achieve your patient care and practice growth goals.
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