Ophthalmology is the area of healthcare that concerns the eyes, including the identifying and treating of the conditions that affect these important organs.
Our eyes are vital in allowing us to experience the world, so it’s only natural you’d want to give them the best care you can. At Spire Methley Park Hospital, our team of ophthalmologists provide Wakefield and other nearby towns with rapid access to eye treatments. With a wealth of experience between them, they can diagnose and provide healthcare solutions for a wide variety of eye-related health issues.
Treatments offered in Wakefield
At Spire Methley Park, our team of highly-skilled ophthalmologists serve Pontefract and other parts of Yorkshire with all the latest treatments. Once they’ve understood what’s causing your symptoms, they can recommend any one of a number of procedures they offer, including:
Conditions treated in Wakefield
Eye conditions can be unpleasant to live with, particularly if they disrupt your vision. But Spire’s team of ophthalmologists offer South Yorkshire and West Yorkshire residents relief from a variety of common complaints including:
Symptoms treated in Wakefield
If you’re experiencing uncomfortable symptoms or are finding your vision disrupted, contact the team at Spire Methley Park Hospital today. They’re able to find a way to stop or alleviate many of the effects of an eye condition, including the likes of:
Spire Methley Park will be your nearest Spire hospital if you live in places like Pontefract, Wakefield and Kippax. It’s just along Methley Lane between Woodlesford and Castleford, just a stone’s throw from junction 30 of the M62.
We're on Methley Lane (the A639) - approximately 1.5 miles from junction 30 of the M62.
The hospital is well served by rail stations with Castleford station three miles away, Wakefield seven miles away and Leeds station 10 miles away.
MBBS, MS Ophth, FRCS Ophth (Ed)
I am a Consultant Ophthalmologist in West Yorkshire and specialise in cataract surgery and the treatment of glaucoma and am now offering new surgical techniques, selective laser trabeculoplasty, the latest micro pulse laser treatment, micro incision cataract s…
BSc MBChB MRCS FRCOphth
MBBS, MD, FRCS (Edinburgh)
I undertook basic undergraduate and postgraduate training in Ophthalmology from India.
MB ChB, D.O., FRCSEd(Ophth), FRCOphth, FICS
I perform small incision, sutureless, phacoemulsification (cataract) with implantation under topical anaesthesia. I perform glaucoma and squint operations. Also laser operations for diabetic retinopathy management.
MBChB, DA(SA), MMed (Ophth), FCS (SA) Ophth
Mr Pauw is a British born South African. He completed his Medical and Ophthalmology training at University of Stellenbosch in Cape Town, South Africa. After qualifying in Ophthalmology, Mr Pauw was in full time private practice in South Africa for eight years,…