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About the Authors
Dr. John Meyer is a well-known LASIK and cornea surgeon based in Louisville, KY. Dr. Meyer received his medical degree from St. Louis University and then joined the Navy where he completed an internship in general surgery at Naval Hospital San Diego before deployment as a naval flight surgeon with the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing in Iraq during Operation Desert Storm. Next, Dr. Meyer returned to St. Louis for a residency in ophthalmology followed by a fellowship in cornea and refractive surgery at Emory University in Atlanta. Dr. Meyer frequently travels throughout the world to teach refractive surgery techniques to other ophthalmologists and share research on the clinical trials in which he participates.
Mark Prussian is a seasoned healthcare administrator. Prussian received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Wayne State University and a Master of Business Administration from Webster University. Prussian is a board certified healthcare executive and a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives as well as a Certified Ophthalmology Executive. Prussian has actively lectured throughout the United States on the business of LASIK as well as digital strategies in healthcare.
What Readers Say About This Book
"This book is an excellent tool in your hands if you have thought about Lasik. It provides an impartial, clear and easy to understand guide on how to get your Lasik, as well as key points when you are shopping for a Lasik surgeon. Also, you will feel more empowered and confident when discussing with your doctor about the procedure. I highly recommend it if you or you family are thinking about Lasik."
— Ernesto Ricardo Ojeda
"I thoroughly enjoyed reading One Eye or Two. This book makes an excellent primer for someone(like myself) considering LASIK surgery. The book provides interesting history and case studies but perhaps the most useful aspect is that it helps dispel a lot of rumors and myths around the procedure. If you read this book as an adjunct to your conversations with your doctor, I believe you will have a good understanding of LASIK."