Oskaloosa IL Optometrist School

young girl examined by Oskaloosa IL optometristOptometrists operate in the eye care industry and their main purpose is to diagnose and treat a wealth of different eye diseases and, in some cases, to even prescribe glasses and contact lenses. Although Oskaloosa Illinois optometrists offer their services in virtually any field related to eye care, some of them choose to specialize in post-operative care – in that case, their duty is to closely monitor the evolution of the treatment as well as to prescribe additional treatment, if the patient requires it.

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What Does An Optometrist Do?

Optometrists diagnose and treat eye disorders, they assist patients during their vision therapy, they administer the necessary treatments and they also test the visual acuity of patients who come for an eye exam.

How Does One Become An Optometrist

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The first and perhaps most important step in order to become an optometrist is enrolling in a four-year training program in Oskaloosa IL provided by an accredited university.

All students that have chosen to enroll in a Bachelor’s Degree program are required to take an pass the OAT, most commonly known as the Optometry Admission Test.

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The program coursework for those who have enrolled in a three or four year-long Bachelor’s Degree program in order to become licensed optometrists is quite varied: students are required to complete courses in various fields, from physiology and chemistry to biology and even laboratory science. If you have decided to become a Doctor of Optometry which will dramatically increase your job opportunities, then you should know that the Ph.D. programs involve in-depth training in developmental optometry, anatomy of the eye, optics as well as advanced human physiology and vision science.

Salary

There are thousands of optometrists in the US, and while most of them have their own private practices, others choose to work with other health practitioners – however, one thing is for sure: nowadays, a licensed and experienced optometrist can easily earn up to $100,000 per year.

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