Color Blindness and What Patients Can Do – Mark Mattison-Shupnick from Enchroma
Mark Mattison-Shupnick, master optician and COO at Enchroma, explains the different types of color deficiency, genetic or acquired, and its prevalence. Because colors are one of the first things we learn, kids with an undiagnosed condition can really struggle. We further discussed how special glasses with color filtering lenses can help them see colors again.
About the guest:
Chief Operating Officer
Master optician, Mark Mattison-Shupnick, is a member of the board of directors for EnChroma, Inc. and a veteran optical industry consultant. As an expert in ophthalmic optics, Mark has participated in the design and production of new lens materials, designs and treatments as well as develop technical marketing and training materials for optical professionals. He is a recipient of the Beverly Myers Award for Education from the National Academy of Opticianry, and is a regular contributor to industry publications like 20/20 Magazine and Vision Monday. Mark shares his decades of expertise in lectures around the country and world.