Ophthalmology is the area of medicine that covers the health of the eyes, and the kind of conditions that can affect them. Therefore, ophthalmologists are healthcare professionals who work in this field, and have a vast knowledge in spotting and treating a wide range of eye complaints.
At Spite, the dedicated teams of ophthalmologists in the Sough area are proud to provide fast access to care. With all the latest tools and technology to hand, they’re happy to find a solution for any eye or vision problem, no matter how big or small.
Treatments offered in Slough
When an eye condition crops up, it doesn’t take long for it to disrupt life as you know it. The good news is that the private ophthalmologists near Gerard’s Cross can almost always find an effective solution, often through innovative procedures they can perform, including the likes of:
Conditions treated in Slough
At Spire Thames Valley, the skilled team of ophthalmologists in the Chalfonts area have a wealth of experience in this area of healthcare. You can be confident they’ll have encountered an eye complaint just like yours before, and have a range of treatments to hand for things like:
Symptoms treated in Slough
Eye-related health issues will often affect your vision, and this impact can worsen over time if left untreated. If you have a concern, don’t hesitate to contact the team at Spire Thames Valley today, as they can work to reduce things like:
Spire Thames Valley is a short distance north of Slough. It’s just off Wexham Street and beside the golf course, so we should be easy for you to find. If you’re travelling in from elsewhere, the M40 and M25 are conveniently close to the facility. This will also you be your nearest of our ophthalmology faculties if you live in Burnham, Farnham Royal, Fulmer and Gerrard’s Cross.
Spire Thames Valley is a state-of-the-art private hospital. We offer fast access to consultations with specialists in a wide range of treatments, supported by advanced imaging and diagnostic technology.
MA, FRCS, MRCOphth
I undertook my medical training at Cambridge University and Oxford Clinical School. I trained in Ophthalmic surgery at the Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre and the world famous Wills Eye Hospital in Philadelphia.
I qualified from King's College Hospital, London in 1988. My training took me from London, Windsor, the Midlands and then to Oxford. In 1988 I completed a one year super-specialist training at the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, having been awarded the pr…
MA MRCP FRCOPHTH
My undergraduate training took place at Cambridge University and St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, qualifying in 1989. Higher training in internal medicine led to the award of Membership of the Royal College of Physicians in 1993.
MB BCh BSc (Hons) FRCSEd (Ophth)
I have had extensive training in ophthalmology at the Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham, St Paul's Eye Unit. in Liverpool and at the Birmingham Midland Eye Centre to specialist level.