Welcome to Myopia Management

Improving Patients’ Lives Through Myopia Management

An array of resources on how to make myopia management the standard of care in your practice.

World Council of Optometry Myopia Management Standard of Care Resolution

Hear from World Council of Optometry board members on how to make myopia management a part of your practice.

Standard of Care Resolution

Learn more about the World Council of Optometry’s Standard of Care Resolution on how to make myopia management part of your practice.

Myopia Moments: Quick Resources on how to manage Myopia for Optometrists

Discover how to prevent myopia before it starts and best practices for myopia mitigation, measurement and management.

Mitigation

Lifestyle Advice to Prevent Myopia

Mitigation

Children at Risk of Myopia

Measurement

What to Measure during Myopia Management

Measurement

Myopia Management Patient Follow-up

Measurement

Using Refractive Error to Monitor Myopia

Management
Choosing a Myopia Intervention
Management

Clinical Interventions in Myopia Management

Myopia Management Multimedia Resources

View our brief, easy to understand, on-demand optometrist practice webinars when it’s convenient for you!

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A Practical Guide to Managing Children with Myopia

Want to know the steps other optometrists have taken to incorporate myopia management in treating their patients?

Learn how optometrists worldwide from the Philippines and Hong Kong to the U.S. and Australia have made myopia management a part of their practices.

Soft Dual Focus or Multifocal Contact Lenses

Spectacle Lenses for Myopia Control

Orthokeratology

Atropine

When to wear it

Children who are physically active
Ideal for very young wearers
Children disliking glasses and/or inclined to not wearing them full-time

Considerations

Shown to improve confidence and ability to participate in activities.

Typically more availability for astigmats.

No wearing time during waking hours.

Optical correction is still needed.

* Excluding children frequently engaged in water sports.