October 31, 2014 | Emory Eye Center opens new clinic at Emory Johns Creek Hospital
Comprehensive ophthalmologist Rabeea Janjua, MD, and optometrist Petra Jo, OD, will see patients at the Emory Johns Creek Physician’s Plaza, Suite 115, at 6335 Hospital Parkway, Johns Creek, GA 30097.
July 16, 2014 | Emory Eye Center Again Places in Top Ranking of U.S. News & World Report
Emory Eye Center has again ranked among the top ophthalmology centers in this country within the prestigious U.S. News & World Reportís guide to Americaís top medical institutions. This year, Emory Eye Center placed at #14, up two slots from last year.
June 25, 2014 | Five Eye Center Physicians Named "Top Docs"
(ATLANTA) According to the latest Atlanta magazine "Top Doctors" issue of July 2014, five of Emory Eye Center's physicians are listed among the top doctors in Atlanta, a listing of 347 physicians.
July 15, 2014 Atlanta Business Chronicle | "Emory No. 1 hospital in Georgia." Emory University Hospital was again ranked the best hospital in Atlanta and in Georgia by U.S. News & World Report.
June 23, 2014 | Ledger-Enquirer, "Telescopic eye surgery restores Columbus woman's sight." Columbus resident Eleanor Strickland, who had an IMT implanted at Emory, is thankful for the operation and her new vision.
June 2014 | "News in Review," EyeNet (American Academy of Ophthalmology), "Contacts vs. IOLs for Congenital Cataract." Emory pediatric ophthalmologist Scott Lambert discusses the results of the Infant Aphakia Treatment Study that show contact lens use is preferable to an intraocular lens for young children who have had a congenital cataract removed.
June 4, 2014 | Reuters, "Telemedicine detects eye problems, but doctors must prepare for more patients." So-called teleretinal screening is cost-effective because it avoids many unnecessary in-person consultations while accurately identifying patients who need referral to an ophthalmologist for further care, Dr. Beau B. Bruce from the department of ophthalmology at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta told Reuters Health.
June 3, 2014 | Indiana Gazette, "Exercise may aid retinal health." Exercise can help with weight loss, fitness and general disease prevention. But according to new research, there may be another reason to get moving: preventing the progression of retinal diseases. "This is the first report of simple exercise having a direct effect on retinal health and vision," researcher Machelle Pardue, PhD, Emory University, said.
June 2014, Best Self Atlanta, "best rx", p24. Chris Bergstrom answered the question, "What is age-related macular degeneration (AMD), and are there any treatments out there that can help?"
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