About Us

One of the Southwest's most sophisticated practices devoted to diagnosing and treating diseases of the retina, macula and vitreous. Our practice offers the diagnosis and treatment of diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration and vascular occlusive diseases that affect the retina. Our doctors also have special interests in uveitis. Our practice also includes a fellowship-trained vitreo-retinal surgeon.

We have highly skilled and well-trained physicians committed to innovation and excellence in providing you with the best eye care available with state-of-the-art diagnostic, treatment and surgery options.

We promise the integration of your retina treatment with the care provided by your referring doctor, who remains an important participant in your eye care. We keep your doctor fully informed of the care you receive.It's about helping people like you since 1985.

Latest From the Blog

  • Retinal Detachment, by Abdul Rasheed Khan, M.D.
    In the world of ophthalmology and vitreo-retinal surgery, retinal detachment refers to a medical condition where the retina pulls away from the blood vessel layer that supplies it with nutrients and oxygen. Considered an urgent situation that requires immediate medical attention, retinal detachment deprives the retinal cells of oxygen and places the afflicted individual at extreme risk of permanent vision loss in the affected eye. For this reason, anyone experiencing symptoms or warning signs of the disease should seek emergency care as soon as possible. In many cases, retinal detachment occurs without any underlying cause. However, certain injuries and illnesses…
    Written on Monday, 04 March 2013 08:15
  • Retinal Detachment, by Abdul Rasheed Khan, M.D.
    In the world of ophthalmology and vitreo-retinal surgery, retinal detachment refers to a medical condition where the retina pulls away from the blood vessel layer that supplies it with nutrients and oxygen. Considered an urgent situation that requires immediate medical attention, retinal detachment deprives the retinal cells of oxygen and places the afflicted individual at extreme risk of permanent vision loss in the affected eye. For this reason, anyone experiencing symptoms or warning signs of the disease should seek emergency care as soon as possible. In many cases, retinal detachment occurs without any underlying cause. However, certain injuries and illnesses…
    Written on Monday, 04 March 2013 08:15

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