Visual problems aren't always related to the function of the eyes themselves. Many eye conditions result from problems related to the central nervous system. This makes sense when you consider that almost half of the human brain is dedicated to sight and the movement of the eyes.
Treating these conditions requires a neuro-ophthalmologist, a doctor who is trained in both ophthalmology and neurology. Neuro-ophthalmology is a subspecialty of both neurology and ophthalmology that requires specialized training and expertise to solve problems related to the eyes, brain, nerves and muscles.
At Campus Eye Center, we have a dedicated neuro-ophthalmologist on staff, ready to assist both adults and children with a variety of eye conditions and disorders including:
Dr. Klombers' calm and patient manner sets his patients at ease immediately, while his skill at solving problems and putting his patients' best interest first has earned him recognition as one of the top doctors in the nation.
Dr. Klombers has specialized in neuro-ophthalmology since he began his private practice over 26 years ago and currently sees over 11,000 patients every year, performing over 500 surgical procedures on both adults and children.
Dr. Andrews developed her passion for children while working at her family's preschool at the age of 16. Dr. Andrews has extensive training in the management of conditions in pediatric patients such as strabismus, amblyopia, and medically necessary contact lenses in infants and pediatric patients. She also enjoys caring for adults with double vision, patients with neurological conditions, and individuals with disabilities.
Campus Eye Center is an exceptional eye center with experienced eye doctors, Ophthalmogists and Optometrists, in Lancaster, PA.
We offer total vision care including contact lenses and revolutionary Lasik eye surgery at our eye and laser center.
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