Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement

We continue to closely monitor the situation surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and are following the published recommendations of the CDC and the American Academy of Ophthalmology. We will continue to see our patients and treat any urgent/emergent needs.

With all of our offices open, the following protocols are in place:

1) We have greatly expanded measures to disinfect our office including cleaning between each patient appointment.

2) To limit any potential exposure, we ask you NOT to bring any non-essential person(s) with you to the appointment.

3) If someone must accompany you to your appointment, we ask that they do not enter the office, if at all possible.

4) If you have an upcoming appointment and identify with the following statements, please do not come directly to the office, but instead call us:

• Fever greater than 100.4

• Respiratory symptoms or difficulty breathing

• Exposed to someone with COVID-19 in the past 14 days

• Placed in self/hospital quarantine by medical doctor

 Your health and that of our staff is our guiding priority and we continue to update our protocol to ensure safety for everyone. If you have questions regarding these evolving protocols, please contact our office.

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Retinal Disease and Glaucoma

Retinal disease and glaucoma are two separate conditions, but they may overlap in certain cases. In this informative blog post, the team at Retina Associates,…

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Jun 29, 2020

Retinal Disease and Diabetes

Diabetic retinopathy is a serious condition affecting the blood vessels inside the eye. Left untreated, this condition can ultimately lead to vision problems, including blindness.…

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Jun 10, 2020

What Is the Difference Between Wet and Dry Macular Degeneration?

Macular degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss in individuals over the age of 60. The progressive eye disease is classified as “wet” or…

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Jun 06, 2020

What Are the Leading Risk Factors for Retinal Detachment?

A detached retina is an eye emergency that can eventually lead to vision loss or blindness. If you experience the symptoms of a detached retina,…

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on May 14, 2020

We Are Open to Handle Your Eye Emergencies

Retina Associates is accepting patients who are experiencing an eye emergency. Our team is taking special precautions to ensure that our patients have access to…

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Apr 20, 2020

How Do I Know If I Have a Torn or Detached Retina?

The highly trained and experienced physicians at Retina Associates can diagnose and treat varying degrees of retinal tears and detachments. Retinal detachment is an emergency…

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Mar 15, 2020

Retinal Vascular Disease Symptoms

The experienced doctors of Retina Associates, P.A. teach patients about the most common symptoms of retinal vascular disease.

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Feb 22, 2020

Aging and the Risk of Retinal Diseases

The eye doctors at Retina Associates, P.A. prepare their patients for how to best deal with aging and the risk of retinal diseases.

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Jan 23, 2020

Blood Pressure and Retinal Diseases

High blood pressure can contribute to retinal diseases and conditions. The doctors at Retina Associates discuss the dangers of hypertension.

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Dec 17, 2019

Sun Exposure and the Risk of Retinal Disease

Prolonged sun exposure can do serious damage to your eyes. The doctors at Retina Associates discuss diseases linked to UV rays.

Posted by Retina Associates, P.A. on Nov 12, 2019

Retina Associates, PA

Retina Associates, PA is an advanced medical practice devoted to the diagnosis and treatment of retinal, macular, and vitreous diseases. Together, our eye care physicians belong to various prestigious organizations: 

  • American Board of Ophthalmology
  • American Medical Association
  • American Academy of Ophthalmology
  • Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology
  • American College of Surgeons
  • American Society of Retina Specialists

Our mission is to help every patient preserve or restore their sight through our advanced treatment options. To discuss your needs with one of our doctors, request an appointment online or call us at (913) 831-7400.

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