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Optegra Eye Hospital
 Manchester

Optegra Eye Hospital
 Manchester

Show Phone NumberOne Didsbury Point, 2 The Avenue, 
Didsbury, Manchester, M20 2EYUK
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Opening Hours

Monday08:00 - 18:00
Tuesday08:00 - 18:00
Wednesday08:00 - 18:00
Thursday08:00 - 18:00
Friday08:00 - 18:00
Saturday09:00 - 17:00
Sunday

Popular Treatments

Laser Eye Surgeon Consultation Free
LASIK From £1795
LASEK From £1795
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About Optegra Eye Hospital
 Manchester

Optegra is a true pioneer in eye health care. Our Ophthalmic consultants and surgeons are the best in the industry. Recommended by GP’s and Ophthalmologists, we have treated over a million eyes.

Inside our dedicated eye hospitals, our recognised experts perform the full spectrum of ophthalmic procedures using the latest techniques and technologies, under one roof. Cataract removal, laser eye surgery, lens replacement (Clarivu), medical eye treatments and innovations – all performed to the highest clinical standards.

Our singular focus on eye health care and consultant-led approach means we deliver the right treatment for every patient.

We offer free consultations at a time to suit you and price match all UK providers to ensure you not only get the best treatment but the best price. 

Unlike other providers, we work closely with our surgeons to ensure that that all our patients are pre-assessed at their initial consultation and followed-up by the same surgeon who performs their surgery.


Our reviews say as much - we’re the UK’s most trusted eye hospital group as rated by patients. We are committed to ensuring this is maintained by putting our patients at the heart of everything we do.

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Accreditations

  • RCO - Royal College of Ophthalmologists (Northern Ireland) 

Provides

Laser Eye Surgery

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Accessible to disabled people

Public transport access

Wheelchair accessible toilet

Access without steps

Disabled parking

Patient bathroom

Wireless access

Clinic Services

Emergency service

Laser Eye Surgery

From £1795
LASEK

At Optegra we use the most advanced equipment for Laser Eye Surgery. All laser treatments involve the use of a laser to change the shape of your cornea and alter your eye’s focusing power. Making the procedure safer and more accurate with better results, and completely blade free for a faster recovery.

LASEK (laser-assisted epithelial keratomileusis) is a surface treatment that avoids the need to create a corneal flap. The total treatment takes around 10 minutes per eye.

It works by softening the thin upper layer of the cornea (1), called the epithelium, before moving it aside (3). An excimer laser (4) is then applied to the exposed tissue before the thin layer is put back in its original position (5). A special contact lens is then applied to protect the epithelium while it heals (6).

Every individual is different. You will need to have a consultation with one of our consultant surgeons who will conduct an in-depth assessment to determine your suitability and tailor an individual solution to you.


LASEK is suitable for people with:

  • less serious eye focusing problems
  • this corneas
  • dry eye
  • Unable to have LASIK


£1,795 per eye

Free
Laser Eye Surgeon Consultation
From £1795
LASIK

At Optegra we use the most advanced equipment for Laser Eye Surgery. All laser treatments involve the use of a laser to change the shape of your cornea and alter your eye’s focusing power. Making the procedure safer and more accurate with better results, and completely blade free for a faster recovery.

LASIK (laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis) is the most common laser treatment performed worldwide and is usually a two-stage procedure. It takes around 10 minutes to treat each eye.

Once your eye has been anaesthetised, a femtosecond laser is used to create an extremely thin flap on your cornea (1). By using a laser instead of a blade, the flap can be created with greater precision and with minimal pain. The tissue under the flap is then reshaped using an excimer laser (2) before the flap is carefully placed back again (3).

Every individual is different. You will need to have a consultation with one of our consultant surgeons who will conduct an in-depth assessment to determine your suitability and tailor an individual solution to you.


LASIK is usually suitable for people with:

  • Myopia (short-sightedness)

  • Hyperopia (long-sightedness)

  • Astigmatism (irregular- shaped cornea)


£1,795 per eye

Eye Care

From £2495
Cataract Treatment

Consultation - £225

The natural clouding of the lens, known as a cataract, causes problems with vision, contrast and glare. Using state-of-the-art laser and advanced IOL technology, cataracts can be removed with greater ease and replaced with IOLs that provide the best possible vision for your lifestyle needs.

The procedure requires you to attend the hospital for the day and is performed under local anaesthetic. Taking approximately 20 minutes: the cataract is removed by a technique called Phacoemulsification (ultrasound). The surgeon makes a small incision in your eye (2), softens the lens (3) and removes it through a small tube (4). An Intra Ocular Lens (IOL) customised from your eye is inserted to the replace the cataract lens that has been removed (5). At the end of your procedure a clear plastic shield may be placed over your eye to protect it.


£2,495 per eye

From £3495
RLE - Refractive Lens Exchange

If you have symptoms of age-related presbyopia, then laser eye surgery will not be suitable for you, but the most effective and permanent alternative solution is to have your natural lens replaced with an intraocular lens (IOL). The availability of new premium IOLs allows your consultant to offer you the chance to see at all distances.

Clarivu™ is the Optegra brand name for its individually tailored, consultant-led vision correction (or Refractive Lens Exchange – RLE) package.

Clarivu is a proven and permanent lens replacement procedure that could eliminate or reduce your dependence on glasses as well as prevent or remove cataracts. The package includes: all diagnostic eye assessments, an artificial intraocular lens (IOL) specially selected for your lifestyle and visual goals, the procedure undertaken in an Optegra eye hospital and post-operative care.

Optegra eye hospital and post-operative care. In addition, the Clarivu package includes any further top-up laser surgery that may be required in order to meet your stated visual goals. The Clarivu package means you pay one single price for the consultation, procedure, lenses and aftercare –no matter what your prescription.

Refractive Lens Exchange is usually suitable for people:

  • Dependence on bifocal, varifocal or multifocal contact lenses or glasses
  • Myopia (short – sightedness)
  • Hyperopia (long-sightedness)
  • Presbyopia
  • Astigmatism
  • Cataracts


£3,495 per eye

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Mr Brendan Moriarty

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - MA (Cantab), MB, B.Chir, FRCS FRC Ophth, MD

Mr Moriarty qualified in medicine from Cambridge University. He continued his training in ophthalmology while working in Bristol, London, Windsor and St Paul's Eye Hospital in Liverpool. In 1987 he was appointed as fellow to the department of Glaucoma at Moorfield's Eye Hospital in London.

Mr Moriarty specialises in:

• Age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
• Cataract surgery
• Glaucoma
• Lens replacement

Prof Tariq Aslam

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - DM (oxon), FRCSEd, Dip.IT

Past professional history
Prof Aslam gained his medical degree from Oxford University and subsequently trained as an eye surgeon in Manchester and Edinburgh. He completed advanced sub specialty training in medical disease of the retina at Moorfield’s Eye Hospital in 2009. In his current role is actively involved in the development of the clinical trial unit in Manchester.

He completed his training with the most prestigious fellowship, at Moorfields Eye Hospital and specialises purely in treatment of Medical Retina disease. His first doctorate (DM) from Oxford University was in outcome measures after cataract surgery and he more recently gained a PhD from Heriot Watt University in interface technologies for which he was awarded the MacFarlane prize for best Ph.D research of the year amongst all science and art disciplines.
 
He is currently the UK National Institute for Health Research lead for Ophthalmology  for Greater Manchester which allows him to be at the cutting edge of all available treatments. He is involved in research in many branches of ophthalmology, particularly exploring the potential for computerised and technical enhancement of diagnosis and management of ophthalmic disease, with several  devices under development. He also has a specific research interest in prevention and management of macular degeneration, a topic for which he is regularly  an invited speaker at international conferences. He has over 60 peer reviewed publications, predominantly as lead author and is an investigator on multiple grants over the last 5 years in Manchester with involvement in commercial as well as with investigator lead studies. 

Prof Aslam is Director of the Manchester Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science MSc course, Director of the Manchester undergraduate Ocular Disease course, Editor of “Eye News” and Associate Editor of “Acta Ophthalmologica”. 

Publications
Prof Aslam has over 50 published papers and two PhDs


Mr Mark Batterbury

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - BSc MB BS DO FRCS FRCOphth

Mr Batterbury teaches and practices cataract surgery, corneal transplant and other types of corneal surgery, glaucoma surgery and refractive surgery including laser eye surgery. He completed his undergraduate medical training at Guy's Hospital, London in 1984 and continued his postgraduate ophthalmic training at hospitals in Southampton, Guildford, Liverpool, Manchester and Perth, Australia.

Mr Batterybury specialises in :

• Cataract surgery
• Corneal
• Glaucoma surgery
• Laser eye surgery
• Refractive surgery

Mr Paul Cannon

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - FRCOphth, MRCPI, MB, BCh

Mr Cannon is a general ophthalmologist and manages a wide range of ophthalmic conditions including cataracts and glaucoma. He performs cataract surgery and most of his specialist procedures include orbital decompression, orbital exploration with biopsy, repair of orbital floor fractures, evisceration, enucleation, exenteration, socket reconstruction, eyelid reconstruction with flaps and grafts, nasolacrimal surgery, correction of eyelid malposition including ptosis, ectropion, entropion and retraction, local anaesthesia, and a range of aesthetic techniques. He also performs endoscopic nasolacrimal surgery. He has a special interest in thyroid eye disease.

Mr Cannon specialises in:

  • Oculoplastics
  • Nasolacrimal
  • Eyelid surgery
  • Cataract surgery
  • Orbital

Mr Joey Cazabon

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - MB ChB BS FRCSophth

Consultant Ophthalmologist at the Countess of Chester Hospital. Mr Cazabon completed his medical degree in 1994, trained in Ophthalmology while working in St Paul's Eye Unit in Liverpool and Oxford Eye Hospital. He accepted his first consultant post in Oxford then moved to Chester to take on his current position in 2008. He gained extensive experience in the treatment of macular degeneration and diabetic eye disease.

Mr Cazabon specialises in:

  • Age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
  • Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) with injection
  • Diabetic eye disease
  • Epiretinal membrane
  • Macular hole
  • Ocular trauma
  • Retinal vascular problems
  • small incision sutureless cataract surgery
  • Small incision sutureless vitrectomy surgery
  • Simple and complex cataract surgery
  • Simple and complex retinal detachment

Mr Felipe Dhawahir-Scala

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,Spanish,Arabic,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - LMS, FRCS Ed(Opth)

Mr Dhawahir-Scala is the Director of the Acute Ophthalmic Services at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital. He has been working in Optegra Eye Hospital Manchester since 2012 and is also a consultant at Optegra Eye Hospital London. He qualified from Madrid Complutense University in Spain and he trained in ophthalmology in the West Midlands and Northwest of England. He has introduced several new technologies and concepts to the ophthalmic world at a national and international level.

He is actively involved with research, teaching and training of Postgraduates and Undergraduates. He is involved in training Vitreoretinal Surgeons and Medical Retina Specialists worldwide, as part of the world renowned Manchester Royal Eye Hospital Vitreoretinal and Medical Retina Fellowship. He is one of the founders of the British Emergency Eye Care Society, for which he holds the position of Vice-President. He is an Examiner for the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow for the FRCS Ophthalmology Exam. He is a scientific reviewer for the Cochrane Eyes and Vision Group and several international journals and has a long history of research and lecturing. He has published multiple scientific papers and has given more than 200 presentations at home and abroad.

He is proficient in English, Spanish and Arabic.

Mr Dhawahir-Scala specialises in surgery and disorders of the posterior (back) segment of the eye. His area of expertise are retinal surgery, Age related macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease, complex cataract surgery and acute / urgent ophthalmic diseases. 


Mr Sid Goel

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - MBBS Mc FRCE FRCS ICO MRCOphth FRCOphth

Mr Goel graduated medicine in 1996. Since then he has trained and worked for 20 years in Ophthalmology in eminent teaching centres in the UK and Internationally, acquiring a range of qualifications and memberships with specialist ophthalmic organisations.


Mr Goel is very well presented and published in National and International platforms and in his career has 20 publications and over 50 presentations to his credit. He has won National and International Awards for his scientific work.

Mr Goel specialises in:

  • Cataract surgery
  • Corneal/anterior
  • Laser surgery
  • Lens replacement
  • Oculofacial plastic surgery

Mr Chris Hemmerdinger

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - FRCOphth

Mr Chris Hemmerdinger is currently consultant ophthalmologist at Warrington & Halton NHS foundation trust. He was appointed in August 2011, taking the role of Clinical lead for Ophthalmology, ENT & Oral Surgery in 2014.


Mr Hemmerdinger studied Optometry at UMIST before reading Medicine at the University of Manchester, following jobs in Medicine, Surgery, Neurosurgery and Accident & Emergency, he went on to specialise in Ophthalmology. After spending a year at the Royal Bolton Hospital Mr Hemmerdinger trained at St Paul's Eye Unit Liverpool. He completed sub speciality training in glaucoma with a keen interest in non penetrating glaucoma surgery.

Mr Sajjad Mahmood

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - MA MBBCHIR FRCOphth

Mr Mahmood is NHS fellowship trained as well as an honorary clinical lecturer at the University of Manchester. He also practices at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital and has published a number of peer reviewed publications and articles.

Mr Mahmood specialises in:

  • Cataract surgery
  • Medical retinal

Miss Anna Maino

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,German,Italian,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - MBBS (Hons), FRCOphth, FEBO

Special clinical interests:
Cataract surgery (including complex cataracts) squint surgery (including adjustable sutures) minimally or no scar strabismus surgery technique, double vision neuro-ophthalmology, BT to correct forced eye closure (blepharospasm)

Research interests:
?- Strabismus (squint) surgery.

- Use of BT in complex strabismus cases Quality standards in strabismus and paediatric ophthalmology

- Current NHS and /or university posts: Lead of Strabismus and Paediatric Service and Consultant Eye Surgeon, Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

Current membership(s) of professional, national and regional bodies:
British Isles Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Association (BIPOSA) European Strabismus Association (ESA) American Association of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus (AAPOS) International Strabismus Association (ISA) UK Neuro-Ophthalmology Special Interest Group North of England Ophthalmological Society Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, London, UK Fellow of the European Board of Ophthalmologists

After obtaining a first class honours degree in 1998, she then worked as Glaucoma Research Fellow at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London (1999-2000). She completed her specialist ophthalmic training at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital (2001-2008).

In 2008, she undertook an internationally renowned fellowship in Strabismus and Paediatric Ophthalmology at Moorfields Eye Hospital under Mr JP Lee, Miss G Adams and Prof A Moore. She started working as a Consultant at Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport in September 2009 where she has been appointed to develop and lead a specialist Strabismus and Paediatric service. Miss Maino has an interest in medical education and research, actively participating to undergraduate and postgraduate teaching programmes as organiser, lecturer and trainer. She has published over 30 peer-reviewed papers in international journals and she regularly presents papers at national and international conferences. She is Trust Speciality Training Lead for Ophthalmology, mentoring doctors in training. She represents the United Kingdom at the European Board of Ophthalmology


Mr Dan Nolan

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - MBBS FRCOphth

Mr Dan Nolan is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust and Tameside Foundation Hospitals in Manchester.


Mr Nolan qualified at University College Hospital Galway in 1994 and continued his Ophthalmology training in Glasgow and Manchester, completing his fellowship in Oculo Plastic, Orbital and Adnexal Surgery. He was appointed as a consultant to set up a similar service for the Pennine region in 2004 and has worked there setting up an oculoplastic service across the region.
In 2012, he was tempted back to the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, joining the Oculoplastic unit there as Consultant in Oculoplastic surgery, and taking up position as Royal College tutor.


In 2015, he was offered the chance to set up an Oculoplastic service for the East Cheshire Hospitals group, based at Macclesfield, and remains in this role to date.


He has a strong interest in teaching and research and has presented papers a multiple national and international meetings.

Mr Dan Nguyen

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - MBChB, FRCOphth

After graduating from the University of Bristol Medical School, he gained considerable experience at St. Paul’s Eye Unit at the Royal Liverpool Hospital, and the Bristol Eye Hospital. He has since completed advanced specialist Glaucoma fellowships at the Bristol Eye Hospital, and the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital in Melbourne, Australia.

As well as dealing with the full range of general ophthalmic conditions, he has special interests in customised cataract surgery, and the assessment, diagnosis, medical and surgical management of all forms of glaucoma.

He publishes his research regularly in peer-reviewed medical journals, and lectures in the field of Ophthalmology. He is a reviewer for several ophthalmic journals, and maintains research interests in neuroprotection and translational research. He holds an Honorary research position at the Centre for Eye Research Australia (CERA), the University of Melbourne, and is an examiner for the College of Optometrists.

Dan Nguyen combines his specialist training, clinical experience and research expertise to deliver dedicated, patient-centred, evidence-based care.

Speciality

  • Cataract surgery
  • Cataract surgery for patients with glaucoma
  • Glaucoma (medical and surgical management)
  • Laser treatment for glaucoma
  • Micro-incisional (key-hole) glaucoma surgery
  • Trabeculectomy and non-penetrating surgery for glaucoma
  • Glaucoma implant surgery for complex disease


Mr Say Aun Quah

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - MB BCh BAO FRCOphth

Say Aun graduated in medicine from Queen’s University of Belfast in 1994 and has over 14 years of experience in Ophthalmology. He began his Ophthalmology career at Cheltenham General Hospital in 1997 and trained as Senior House Officer at several London hospitals including St Thomas’ Hospital before moving to the Northwest to become a registrar. At Liverpool following the completion of his registrar training, Say Aun undertook advanced specialty training in cornea & refractive surgery and oculoplastics. He has also completed a cornea, anterior segment & refractive surgery fellowship at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London.

He has special interests in management of ocular surface and corneal diseases, corneal transplantation, routine and complicated cataract surgery, refractive surgery (laser and premium lens implantations), oculoplastics and general Ophthalmology.

Say Aun has publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals and has presented scientific papers and international lectures in Europe and USA. He is a college tutor for the Royal College of Ophthalmologists, a past council member of Medical Contact Lens and Ocular Surface Association and regularly examines for the College of Optometrists.

Speciality
• Management of Ocular Surface and Corneal Diseases
• Corneal Transplantation
• Cataracts
• Oculo Plastics
• Refractive Surgery (both laser and lens exchange)

Mr Quah is qualified to use LENSAR™ femtosecond laser technology for cataract and Clarivu (RLE) procedures.

Mr Arun Sachdev

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - MBBS BSc Hons FRCSOphth

Mr Sachdev completed his higher surgical training in Ophthalmology in Liverpool. He undertook further specialist training in Medical Retina at the St. Paul's Eye Unit at the Royal Liverpool Hospital and University Hospitals Aintree before being appointed as Consultant Ophthalmologist at Macclesfield. His practice there includes treatment of AMD, diabetic eye disease, other retinal disorders, cataract surgery and general ophthalmology. He is currently clinical lead for the Cheshire Diabetic Screening Service.

Mr Sachdev specialises in:

• Age-related macular degeneration (AMD)
• Cataract surgery
• Diabetic eye disease
• General ophthalmology

Mr Mandagere Vishwanath

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - FRCS Ed, DOMS

He graduated in medicine from Mysore University, India in 1987. He did post graduate training in Ophthalmology in India. This was followed by higher specialist training In Wales and Manchester. He gained the fellowship of the Royal College (FRCSEd) in 1993. He gained further subspecialist training in the fields of paediatric ophthalmology at Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, and in Squint and Neuro-Ophthalmology at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, Manchester and Aintree University Hospital, Liverpool.

He is a consultant at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, a tertiary university hospital. He is also an honorary lecturer of Manchester University. He sees patients with a variety of eye problems including glaucoma, retina and cataracts in his general clinic. He has established specialist clinics for patients with squint and neuro-ophthalmic problems. He is the only neuro-ophthalmologist in the private sector in the Greater Manchester region.

He is an accomplished cataract surgeon with more than 3000 surgeries to date. He is one of the consultants managing complex cataracts at the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital and one of the few with expertise in extracapsular cataract surgery needed for advanced cataracts. Ophthalmic trainees of Manchester Deanery attend his theatres to learn complex cataract surgery.

In the field of squints, he provides the final solution for many failed or complex squints customising and guaranteeing optimal outcome with adjustable stitches. He also has the expertise of treating squints with BT injection for those who are not suitable for correction by surgery.

In the field of neuro-ophthalmology he establishes the cause and provides treatment for many unexplained visual or eye problems related to nerves of the eye and brain. He has set up the sole biopsy service to diagnose temporal arteritis, a condition which can cause blindness, for central, north and south Manchester hospitals.

He is the only consultant ophthalmologist in the greater Manchester region with expertise in ultrasound diagnosis of eye diseases including different varieties of glaucoma, swollen optic nerves and eye cancers.

He is a clinical and educational supervisor, and trains doctors from the UK and abroad in the field of ophthalmology in general, and cataract surgery, squint and neuro-ophthalmology in particular. He is the audit lead for the Manchester Royal Eye Hospital ensuring high standard of care is provided.

He is an active researcher currently involved in drug trials for multiple sclerosis, lung and skin cancer. He has presented many scientific papers in national and international meetings. He has more than twenty publications in peer reviewed medical journals. He is a reviewer for the strabismus section of British Journal of Ophthalmology. He is an active member of International Strabismus Association, Societas Internationalis Pro Diagnostica Ultrasonica in Ophthalmologia, British and Irish Neuro-Ophthalmology Club.


Mr Myer Mark Yodaiken

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON - FRCophth, FRCS, FCS (Ophth)

Mr Yodaiken is a General Ophthalmologist with special interest in retinal disease, AMD, diabetic retinopathy, cataract surgery, glaucoma and corneal disease.


Mr Yodaiken trained in South Africa. He has further trained in Anterior Segment Surgery (including Cataracts) as well as in Medical Retina (Age-related Macular Degeneration).

Mr Imad Zakieh

Job Title:
  Surgeon
Specialisations:
  Eye Surgery,Ophthalmology,Optometry,
Languages:
  English,
Biography:

CONSULTANT OPHTHALMIC SURGEON

Mr Zakieh completed medical school at Palacky University in Czech Republic in 1999. In 2004 he was awarded a Diploma of Specialisation in Ophthalmology by the Institute of Postgraduate Education within Health Care in Prague, Czech Republic.

In 2006 he was awarded with the Certificate of European Specialized Qualification for Ophthalmology by the Ministry of Health, Prague, Czech Republic. Over the last 14 years he has gained extensive experience in cataract surgery (small incision cataract surgery including complex cataract cases), general ophthalmology (glaucoma , uveitis, cornea and acute ophthalmology) and medical retinal disease (Diabetic Retinopathy, Age-related Macular Degeneration, Retinal Vein Occlusion) including diagnostic, monitoring and treatment with laser and intravitreal injections.

Show Phone NumberOne Didsbury Point, 2 The Avenue, 
Didsbury, Manchester, M20 2EYUK