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  • American Optometric Association’s 2019 Optometry’s Meeting

    Dr. Matsunami recently attended the American Optometric Association’s (AOA) 2019 Optometry’s Meeting in St. Louis, MO, as part of the Optometric Physicians of Washington’s (OPW) delegation of optometric physicians. The House of Delegates is optometry’s preeminent assembly of leaders and decision-makers leading the advancement of our profession. Delegates representing members of the affiliated associations gather […]

    Continue Reading June 23, 2019

  • Vision Source Administrator’s Exchange

    Dr. Matsunami, and Anna Sirianni, CPOT, recently attended the Vision Source Administrator’s Exchange in Dallas, TX, where they – along with other Vision Source administrators and facilitators – were treated to a night at AT&T stadium (home of the Dallas Cowboys).  The Exchange is what the name of the meeting implies – an exchange of […]

    Continue Reading February 10, 2019

  • Welcome Dr. Vinayak Ravuri

    We are pleased to announce that Dr. Vinayak “Vinny” Ravuri has joined the BVS team! As a 2015 graduate of Western University of Health Sciences College of Optometry, Dr. Ravuri brings new perspectives on eye care, including ocular disease management and treatment, myopia control, and specialty contact lenses.   He has practiced at a variety of […]

    Continue Reading October 19, 2018

  • Welcome Dr. Mark Cannon

    We are very happy to announce that Dr. Mark Cannon will be joining us! Dr. Cannon grew up in the Midwest, very near Chicago.  He has already had five careers – as a research scientist, a fisheries biologist, a backpacking guide for troubled teens, and a microbiologist – and has found his calling in optometry.   These […]

    Continue Reading September 10, 2018

  • Great Job Ken!

     Ken Bursby is an understated optician who provides the excellence that all of us long for in optical services.  We’d like to give him a shout out here and congratulate him for a job well done!  He’ll probably shrug the compliment off as just another day at the office, but he deserves our gratitude for  […]

    Continue Reading September 2, 2018

  • Mini-Scleral Rigid Gas Permeable (RGP) Contact Lenses

    Vision is a gift that we appreciate even more when it’s compromised, then brought back again.  To be able to treat conditions that would otherwise hamper or even threaten lifestyle is a considerable honor to all of us at Broadway Vision Source.  Specialized contact lenses such as mini-scleral RGP contact lenses are but one resource […]

    Continue Reading July 18, 2018

  • Super Hero?

    That masked caped crusader is Dr. Matsunami’s alter ego, at the Optometric Physicians of Washington’s Annual Membership Meeting in Kennewick, WA last week.  

    Continue Reading May 23, 2018

  • Coming Soon For Dry Eyes

    Broadway Vision Source will soon begin incorporating management of dry eyes with True Tear.  This device was FDA approved for management of dry eyes in approximately April 2017.  It’s safe, effective, and easy to use.  True Tear is inserted into the nasal cavity and releases tiny pulses of energy to stimulate tear production over a […]

    Continue Reading May 7, 2018