Delivering Advanced Eye Care
Types of Eye Specialists
Our Eye Care services include:
- Neuro-Ophthalmology: Neuro-Ophthalmology merges the fields of ophthalmology and neurology. We will manage and diagnose complex systemic diseases of the nervous system that affect eye movements, alignment, pupillary reflexes and vision.
- Pediatric Ophthalmology and Squint Services: We provide best-in-class squint eye surgery treatment at an affordable cost with the help of our newest facilities and technologies.
- Corneal Conditions: Our doctors can check for corneal conditions as part of a comprehensive eye exam. The exam is painless and simple.
- Cataract: After a prolonged illness or after/during a disease that impacts balance, motor skills or mobility.
- Oculoplasty: Ophthalmic plastic surgery or oculoplasty is related to the eye and surrounding structures. It is performed to improve the comfort, function, and appearance of Eyelid Malposition, Tear Drainage Problems, and Problems of the Orbit (eye socket).
- Emergency Eye Care: We diagnose and treat abrasions, chemical burns, foreign bodies, eye infections, eyelid lumps, corneal ulcers, allergies, inflammatory disease and many other emergency eye problems.
- Glaucoma: Treating glaucoma is a group effort between you and us. Our ophthalmologist will prescribe your glaucoma treatment to help prevent or slow vision loss.
Our Team Of Doctors
Meet Our Doctor
A thorough eye exam begins with a complete history of ocular and general health issues, issues with other family members, and a history of current medications. The power of the spectacles is next examined. The papillary reactions and eye movements are next put to the test.
The examination process typically lasts 10 to 15 minutes, followed by 30 minutes for pupil dilation. The ophthalmologist will finish the retinal evaluation and review the results with you after dilation.
An eye exam is necessary as soon as there is a change in vision or visual comfort and when the eye is injured. Squinting eyes or aberrant head postures in children and a propensity to hold objects very near to the eyes are further warning signs that someone needs an eye test.
No. Since the facility is completely set up for entire vision treatment, all of these can be done at the initial visit at Philadelphia Hospital.