Winchester, Virginia
(540) 722-3500
190 Campus Blvd, Suite 320
115 W Spring Street
Woodstock, VA

About us

Retina Associates is a group of Retinal Specialists who have been in practicing in Winchester, Virginia for over 30 years. We are a prominent member of the regional eye care and medical community, and service the greater Winchester area as well as northwest Virginia including Frederick, Clarke, Page, Warren, Shenandoah, and Rockingham counties, eastern West Virginia, and central and western Maryland. Our primary practice is located in Medical Office Building 2 of the Winchester Medical Center, and our satellite office is located in Woodstock Virginia. At both of our fully equipped offices, we provide in office evaluations and treatments, and out of our Winchester facility we also consult with the emergency department, inpatient services,  and neonatal unit, and perform outpatient surgery. Our doctors are experts in the treatment of retinal disease, including macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, and vein occlusions, as well as macular surgery, and surgery for retinal detachment. All of our doctors are board certified and members of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, as well as the American Society of Retina Specialists. We are available 5 days a week to see both existing and new patients. 

What is a Retina Specialist?

A Retina Specialist is a type of ophthalmologist (eye doctor) who specializes in the treatment of disorders of the vitreous and the retina. All of our doctors have completed four years of undergraduate education, four years of medical school, one year of internship, three years of training in ophthalmology, and an additional two years of training in the treatment of vitreoretinal disease. You may be referred to a Retinal Specialist if your eye care provider or medical doctor has determined that you have a condition that requires our expertise, or you may also call our office for evaluation for retinal conditions. 

What does a Retina Specialist treat?

Retina specialists diagnose and treat disorders of the vitreous, retina, and macula. We care for patients with diabetes, including performing diabetic eye examinations and treating diabetic retinopathy and macular edema (swelling of the retina), wet and dry macular degeneration, retinal vein and artery occlusions, complications following cataract surgery, and a wide variety of surgical problems including epiretinal membrane/macular pucker removal, treatment of macular holes, treatment of retinal tears and detachments, and surgery for vitreous hemorrhage (bleeding within the eye).