Ophthalmologists are medical experts who work in diagnosing and treating problems of the eyes or sight. At Spire South Bank Hospital, our dedicated team of ophthalmologists serve the Worcester area with rapid access to quality eye care. With their expertise, they’re able to quickly diagnose any eye-related health issues before putting you forward for the most suitable form of treatment. Your eyes are your windows to the world, so they deserve only the highest standard of care.
Learn about Spire’s ophthalmologists in Worcester.
Treatments offered in Worcester
At Spire South Bank, our highly-skilled ophthalmologists serve Great Malvern and other surrounding towns with a range of innovative eye treatments. Based upon your condition and symptoms, they’ll be able to refer you for the most appropriate type of treatment, which is likely to include a procedure such as:
Conditions treated in Worcester
It doesn’t take much for an eye problem to start disrupting your life, particularly if your sight is affected. But Spire’s team of ophthalmologists in the Evesham area can almost always find an effective treatment, and they’ve seen and managed many conditions before including:
Symptoms treated in Worcester
The symptoms of an eye-related health issue are not something you need to put up with. If you’re finding your vision impacted or are in pain, contact Spire South Bank Hospital today. They’re able to offer relief from common complaints like:
Spire South Bank Hospital sits in the southern suburbs of Worcester, along Bath Road. That puts it handily close to the M5, which you should exit at junction 7 if you’re arriving from further afield. This will also be your nearest Spire facility if you live in places like Bromyard, Great Malvern, Ledbury, Pershore and Tewkesbury.
BMedSci, BMBS, FRCOphth
Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon
Miss Geetha Thurairajan is a consultant ophthalmic surgeon at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital. She was appointed in the year 2000 and her private practice is at Spire South Bank Hospital. She qualified from the University of Birmingham in 1990 and later co…