Injections or surgeries can give older eyes a lift
Dr. Marc Levy of the Sarasota Retina Institute (SRI) has been a leading player in a new internationally developed technology that restores vision to patients who are legally blind due to advanced dry macular degeneration, a previously incurable condition.
Dr. Loizos is a board-certified ophthalmologist. He treats all eye conditions such as cataracts, macular degeneration, and glaucoma – among others. He specializes in small-incision and laser-assisted cataract surgery, micro-invasive glaucoma surgery, and laser treatments. He also performs general and pediatric eye exams.
The drug Eyela can be used to treat the early stages of diabetic retinopathy, reducing the chances of serious vision loss.
France’s health authority warns that LED light can damage our eyes, whether it’s from acute or chronic exposure, and change our circadian rhythm.
Thomas Jefferson University, in partnership with Wills Eye Hospital along with the generosity of several prescient philanthropists, has launched the world's first center focused on the visual signatures of neurological diseases.
It may be possible sometime in the future to screen patients for Alzheimer's disease using a non-invasive eye exam. A new study finds that technology similar to what many eye doctors already use may be able to identify signs of the condition in patients.
Dr. L. Neal Freeman is an Ophthalmologist at Florida Eye Associates serving locations in Melbourne and Viera.
Yes, it’s actually possible.
OCLI, a Spectrum Vision Partners managed practice, announced today that it will be adding the respected eye care team of Michael Sable, MD, Barry Fisherman, MD, Edward Baron, MD, and James Kelly, MD, of Long Island Eye Care ("LIEC").