SOUTHERN PINES — More than 600 optometrists and optometric technicians from North and South Carolina convened attended symposiums hosted by Carolina Eye Associates in Southern Pines and Greensboro.
The 30th annual Robert G. Martin, M.D. Symposium on Ocular Disease offered participants an opportunity to obtain continuing education credit while attending lectures on the latest advances in the treatment of glaucoma, cataracts, diabetic eye disease, macular degeneration and skin cancer of the face and periocular region.
The surgeons of Carolina Eye presented information about interesting cases and advances in technology offered at the center’s flagship location. Presentations were given by ophthalmologists Arghavan Almony, M.D.; Anna Fakadej, M.D.; Jiaxi Ding, M.D.; John French, M.D.; Winston Garris, M.D.; Zeina Haddad, M.D.; Daniel Messner, M.D.; Tarra Millender, M.D.; Andrew Mincey, M.D.; Gregory Mincey, M.D.; and Jeffrey White, M.D.
This year’s event was expanded to include a second symposium in Greensboro, the home of Carolina Eye’s newest clinic location.
Established in 1977, Carolina Eye Associates is one of the largest eye care facilities in the Southeast. The practice provides a full range of medical and surgical eye care services. For more information, call 910-295-2100 or 800-733-5357 toll-free.