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Whitney Hauser, OD
Dr. Whitney Hauser received her Doctor of Optometry degree in 2001 from Southern College of Optometry, where she completed a postgraduate residency in primary care optometry. Dr. Hauser is a member of the American Optometric Association, Tennessee Association of Optometric Physicians, the West Tennessee Optometric Physicians Society, and the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
5 ways to go beyond baby shampoo for lid hygiene
Certainly, one would assume that nothing could be safer than a product designed for use with children. Television commercials with smiling, happy babies covered in frothy bubbles imply the product is harmless. Ubiquitous marketing alone creates a subconscious sense of safety for both doctor and patient.
Understanding millennial patients and staff
Millennials, also known as Generation Y, can drive Generation Xers and baby boomers crazy. Many Gen Xers and Boomers don’t embrace those young, fresh faces because their approach to life is so foreign.
How to improve diagnosis and treatment of allergy
How to improve diagnosis and treatment of allergy
If you think more allergy patients are landing in your chair every year, you’re absolutely correct. The prevalence of allergy is rising worldwide to near epidemic proportions and carries a significant burden for both the individual patient as well as healthcare systems globally.
5 things you don’t know about punctal plugs
5 things you don’t know about punctal plugs
How often are you using punctal plugs in your practice? If your answer is similar to mine, it’s “not as often as I used to.” Classically, punctal plugs were a go-to treatment for dry eye patients. If artificial tears failed to yield relief, plugs were a logical next choice.
Premium customer service takes your practice from good to great
What does it mean to have a premium practice? What does premium customer service deliver? These are common questions posed to medical practices and businesses as they seek out advice on how to thrive in today’s ever-competitive environment.
Apple induces motion sickness with iOS 7
Apple claimed that iOS7 makes the things you do every day even easier, faster, and more enjoyable. Shortly after many iPhone users downloaded the new platform, they did not report a more enjoyable experience. In fact, they reported dizziness, headaches and nausea.

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