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The Cataract Surgery Dance

My practice is closed on Mondays, but I (happily) drive through LA traffic to staff residents in the cataract OR at USC. Residents spend their final year of residency perfecting this beautiful but dangerously precarious dance as follows: 1๏ธโƒฃ The cataract (a hard, cloudy lens) is skillfully broken up and Read more…

Keep That Glass Half-Full

Glass half-empty: This past Saturday, I had to operate (15 cataracts and 5 LASIK) for 13-hours straight with little time to rest and eat in between. Glass half-full: This past Saturday, I had the privilege of caring for 20 people who entrusted me to restore their sight during one of Read more…

Super Surgery Weekend

Survived another Super Surgery Weekend! And boy what a weekend it was. Did 40 cataract surgeries back to back. Once a month, we do cataract surgery 4 days in a row from Thursday until Sunday. We do this for the convenience of our patients so they donโ€™t have to take Read more…