ThermaMEDx Announces Educational Grant for Eye Care Professionals
Dry Eye Innovator Supporting Drs. Melton and Thomas CE Course at SECO on May 1st
Atlanta, Georgia: ThermaMEDx is pleased to announce its support of a Continuing Education (CE) Grant at the Southeastern Educational Congress of Optometry (SECO) annual event on May 1, 2021 at the Georgia World Congress Center in the heart of the company’s hometown, Atlanta, Georgia.
Ron Melton, O.D. and Randall Thomas, O.D. will share their insights on a “Patient Management Perspective On Dry Eye Disease”. As a 30 year industry veteran with Alcon, Co-founder and Managing Partner Ben Nobles brings his passion for supporting ECPs to ThermaMEDx, “As a company founded by eye care professionals, part of the ThermaMEDx mission is to help build awareness and deeper understanding of the evolving science relating to dry eyes and MGD.”
Drs. Melton and Thomas lecture extensively around the world and are co-authors of Review of Optometry feature, ”Clinical Perspectives on Patient Care” which will publish its 25th Edition & Guide later this spring.
Please join Drs. Melton & Thomas on May 1, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. in the GWCC Exhibit Hall Presentation Theatre for a dynamic lecture and presentation.
Dr. Thomas will also be taking questions immediately following the CE lecture from 11:00 – 12:00 as the featured speaker an “Ask the Expert” session at the ThermaMEDx booth (#925) in the Exhibit Hall.
ThermaMEDx, LLC was founded in Atlanta, Georgia by renowned French scientist and optometrist Michel Guillon; former Alcon executive Ben Nobles; former senior executive with Coca-Cola, Carl Sweat; and joined shortly thereafter by second generation Optometrist. The family-owned company is guided by a distinguished medical board of doctors dedicated to addressing Dry Eyes and Meibomian Gland Dysfunction, led by one of the pioneers of LASIK procedures, Dr. Marguerite McDonald. Learn more at: www.ThermaMEDx.com.
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