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Conditions & Procedures for


Double Vision

Closed Head Injuries

Strokes Involving the Eye

Loss of Vision


Blepharospasm/Hemifacial Spasm


Pseudotumor Cerebri

Optic Neuritis

Optic Nerve Sheath Decompression

Neuro-ophthalmology is a highly specialized field that deals with the intricate relationship between the visual system and the neurological system. Neuro-ophthalmologists are experts in diagnosing and managing complex eye conditions that are influenced or caused by neurological disorders. They possess a deep understanding of the anatomical and functional connections between the eyes, brain, and nerves, allowing them to identify and treat a wide range of conditions such as optic nerve disorders, visual field defects, double vision, and abnormal eye movements.

At the forefront of medical advancements, neuro-ophthalmologists employ advanced imaging techniques and diagnostic tools to evaluate and diagnose conditions that may have both ocular and neurological manifestations. With their specialized knowledge and expertise, neuro-ophthalmologists play a crucial role in unraveling the intricate interplay between the eyes and the brain, providing invaluable care for patients with complex eye and neurological conditions.

Step 1: Consultation

Meet with our experienced team and see what treatment option is right for you. Consultations last about an hour and a half. Your eyes will be dilated. Bring your sunglasses! Contacts must be removed 3 full days before your appointment.

Step 2: Treatment

Our friendly staff and experienced doctors help you through your treatment and get you seeing more clearly in no time, less than 15 minutes to be exact. Expect to be in the surgical center for 2-3 hours on treatment day. You will need a driver.

Step 3: Enjoy Freedom!

Return to our office for a few follow-up visits and enjoy life without the burden of glasses or contacts. Follow-up schedules vary depending on the procedure type, but in general, you can expect to be seen in-office 1 day, 1 week, 1 month, and 3 months after your treatment.

Step 4. Lifetime Care

All our services come with a lifetime guarantee. In the rare occurrence that you need an adjustment, we provide free vision enhancements for life.*

*For details about our Lifetime guarantee call our office.