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Recent Retinal Disorders News

Dr. David Rabady Honored With Vitals 2019 Patients’ Choice Award.

Albany, New York—May 31, 2019 Ophthalmic Consultants of the Capital Region’s own Dr. David Rabady, M.D., has been named a winner of Vitals’ 11th annual Patients’ Choice Award and is recognized as one of New York’s favorite physicians. Vitals, a Lyndhurst, New Jersey-based healthcare database company, selects its award winners based on millions of patient […]Read More >

New Technology: NGENUITY

At Ophthalmic Consultants of the Capital Region, our highly-experienced ophthalmologists make it a priority to stay abreast on the newest, most cutting edge technology to provide every patient with the best care possible. It is with this commitment that our ophthalmologists are excited to announce using the NGENUITY 3D Visualization System with DATAFUSION for retina […]Read More >

Meet Dr. Feldman

We have a new doctor! Robert Feldman, M.D. is a fellowship trained, board-certified ophthalmologist and retinal specialist with over 20 years of experience.  Dr. Feldman specializes in retina and vitreous surgery and performs cataract surgery at Ophthalmic Consultants of the Capital Region. Prior to joining Ophthalmic Consultants of the Capital Region, Dr. Feldman was in private practice in Florida […]Read More >

Lyme Disease and Your Eyes

By: Robert B. Feldman, M.D. Board-Certified Ophthalmologist & Retina Specialist at Ophthalmic Consultants of the Capital Region Lyme disease is very prevalent in upstate New York. At Ophthalmic Consultants of the Capital Region, we’re seeing more and more patients this time of year with vision problems caused by Lyme disease. Lyme disease is a tick-borne […]Read More >

Dr. Sax on WAMC Medical Monday

Our very own Dr. Sax was featured on WAMC Medical Monday, where he discussed everything from macular degeneration to diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein disease. If you missed the show you can still listen to it here. 

Why does my eye exam take so much time?

A. If your eye exam is taking more than an hour, you’re most likely having a dilated eye exam. During your dilated eye exam, both of your eyes will be inspected for any signs of vision problems and/or eye diseases such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, diabetic eye disease and cataracts. The dilated eye exam is a […]Read More >

Dr. Robert Sax on WAMC Medical Monday

Listen to Dr. Sax on WAMC Medical Monday. Dr. Sax an ophthalmologist, retinal specialist and director of retina services at Ophthalmic Consultants of the Capital Region. He’s here to answer your questions about everything from macular degeneration to diabetic retinopathy and retinal vein disease. WAMC’s Ray Graf hosts.  

Why do I need a dilated eye exam?

All About Eyes: Ask an Optometrist By Judith Archibold, O.D. You might think that because your vision is fine your eyes are, therefore, also healthy. But visiting your eye doctor for a comprehensive dilated eye exam is the only way to be absolutely certain. During your dilated eye exam both of your eyes will be […]Read More >

Robert D. Sax, M.D., Ph.D. Awarded as a Top Ophthalmologist in New York

Congratulations to Robert D. Sax, M.D., Ph.D. for being selected as a Top Ophthalmologist in New York by the International Association of Ophthalmologists (IAO). This organization recognizes top physicians around the world who have demonstrated success and leadership in their professions. Dr. Sax is board-certified and has been practicing as an ophthalmologist and retinal specialist […]Read More >

5 Tips to Help You Protect Against Macular Degeneration

Macular Degeneration is the leading cause of vision loss, affecting more than 10 million Americans – more than cataracts and glaucoma combined. Seniors are at heightened risk for age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the leading cause of blindness among older Americans. The disease damages central vision, limiting a person’s ability to read, write and recognize faces. […]Read More >