The American Academy of Optometry’s annual meeting was held in Boston, MA from November 3 – November 6, 2021.  The conference offers a wide array of clinically relevant CE courses and cutting-edge research in the clinical and vision sciences. the conference offers attendees more than 300+ hours of lectures and workshops, Section and Special Interest Group (SIG) symposia, hundreds of scientific papers and posters, a world-class exhibit hall, and several networking events.

Dr. Rebecca Armagno Was Invited To Present Her Research

Dr. Rebecca Armagno conducted research on how cycloplegic (dilation) drops impact measurements of eye alignment in the pediatric population. This research was conducted during her pediatric residency in 2020 at Tufts Children’s Hospital and New England College of Optometry in Boston, MA. She presented a poster summarizing her research at the annual Academy of Optometry meeting in Boston, MA.    Here are the details of Dr. Armagno’s research:

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Adult & Pediatric Primary Eye Care With A Special Interest In Binocular Vision Disorders

At Wyomissing Optometric Center, Dr. Armagno enjoys primary eye care with a special interest in binocular vision disorders. She has special expertise in diagnosing and treating pediatric and adult disorders of eye alignment, muscle imbalances, focusing/eye teaming disorders, and consequences of traumatic brain injury, stroke, and concussion. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Armagno call 610-374-3134.






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