Address: 2841 Lexington Avenue Ashland, KY 41101 View Map
Phone: (859) 263-3900
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About Us

For 35 years, our award-winning physicians have specialized in treating retina disorders such as age-related macular degeneration, diabetes-related eye disease, histoplasmosis, and more. Call us or visit our website for more information!

Retina Associates of Kentucky offers retinal care to patients through Kentucky. You may call our office at 1-800-627-2020 to schedule an appointment at any of our 10 locations. Our Macular Degeneration Institute physicians are encouraging early detection to our patients and their families. Our physicians are committed to providing state-of-the-art total care for AMD patients with diagnosis, education, prevention, treatment, research, low vision services and support groups.  Meet our physicians here or choose a doctor from the list below:

Retina Associates of Kentucky's physicians and staff diagnose and treat many retina disorders, with specialization in retina detachments, macular degeneration, diabetes-related conditions and histoplasmosis. Retina Associates of Kentucky Research Division engages in research studies on national and international levels, working in collaboration with other research centers such as the National Eye Institute. Our award-winning retina specialists have, once again, been listed in the 2013 Edition of "Best Doctors in America; an honor selected by peers and top clinicians.

Mission

Our mission is to provide the best possible care to any patient with a disorder of the retina, macula or vitreous, and to their families, in a compassionate, personalized, and timely manner, through a network of offices convenient for our referring doctors and patients.

Retina Associates of Kentucky FAQ

As a retina specialist what type of conditions do you treat and what type of surgeries to you perform?
Conditions we treat: Diabetic eye disease, diabetic retinopathy, age related macular degeneration, retina detachments, uveitis etc. I treat in the office and operating room.

Why is is important for a diabetic patient to see an eye doctor? When should you make an appointment and how often should you be seen?
preventive care and early detection of eye diseases. annually by primary eye care doctor

What percentage of diabetics develop diabetic eye disease?
Over time, almost all diabetics get this disease while many are not bad enough to require treatment only an eye exam can tell if that is needed.

What treatments are available now for Diabetic Retinopathy and does Retina Associates have any clinical trials available currently?
The main treatment for those who's disease that is threatened or affected is medicine we put in the eye on a regular basis. Research - a series of on going trials regarding new medicines and treatments

LEXINGTON
120 N. Eagle Creek Dr, Suite 500 Lexington, KY 40509
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6420 Dutchman's Lane Suite 70 Louisville, KY 40205
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Bardstown
311 North Third Street Bardstown, KY 40004
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DANVILLE
440 West Martin Luther King Blvd. Danville, KY 40422
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FRANKFORT
102 Diagnostic Drive Frankfort, KY 40601
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LONDON
1406 West 5th Street London, KY 40741
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PRESTONSBURG
5000 KY Rt. 321 Prestonsburg, KY 41653
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RICHMOND
238 Geri Lane, Suite A Richmond, KY 40475
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Shelbyville
13 Village Plaza Shelbyville, KY 40065
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120 Tradepark Drive, Suite A Somerset, KY 42503
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