See The Difference Our Trained Specialists Can Make

Uniontown Hospital offers ophthalmologists who are doctors trained to diagnose and treat eye diseases, perform eye surgery and prescribe corrective lenses.

In the area of eye care, ophthalmologists are the most highly trained specialists and are generally the only ones who perform eye surgery.

Here our doctors can help you with a wide range of eye problems, including decreased vision, floaters, eye injuries, double vision, crossed eyes, loss of peripheral vision and eye problems related to diseases such as diabetes.

Regular visits to an ophthalmologist are important to maintain healthy eyes and proper vision. They may also prevent loss of eyesight through the early detection and treatment of glaucoma, diabetic eye disease and macular degeneration.

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