Deerwood Ophthalmology incorporates multiple new technologies, which are of great service to thousands of patients. Sophisticated management of patients with chronic diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, arthritis and microvascular diseases are seen at our practice. Dr. Adam Koenigsberg provides excellent care and treatment to patients who also suffer from many common conditions including dry eye, blepharitis, cataracts, glaucoma, eye allergies and macular degeneration.Click Here
We take great pride in providing quality and compassionate care to all our patients and many of our patients will review us online to offer their feedback on our care to future patients. We are pleased to share these reviews and testimonials with you!Click Here
Our office offers some of the most modern glaucoma treatments including diagnosis and management. Glaucoma is a serious eye disease which is silent. It is one of the most significant eye diseases in ophthalmology because for the most part it is silent without any symptoms. Patients gradually lose their peripheral vision without notice, and sometimes then their central vision. Regular eye examinations are recommended to those over the age of 40 to screen for glaucoma and maintain optimal eye health.Click Here
Cataract surgery is a safe and effective surgery, which has been available for many years. Advanced technology now gives patients the opportunity to have clear vision after surgery with the use of certain specialty lenses – see near, far and in between with minimal or no dependence on glasses.Click Here
For educational purposes, eye muscle surgery is an outpatient procedure that will either may strengthen or weaken the eye muscles to reduce or stop the eye from turning inward or outward.
Click here to read Eye Muscle Problems in Children & Adults: A Guide to Understanding. This book is useful for parents with children and for adults.
For those suffering from diplopia, or double vision prismatic lenses may be needed to help the eyes to work together to focus. The prism is generally placed on the eye that requires positional correction.