Private Ophthalmologist Consultant London
Miss Anna Grabowska
Consultant Ophthalmic & Retinal Surgeon
Ophthalmologists are medically trained doctors who specialise in diseases and injuries of the eye and its surrounding area.
Miss Anna Grabowska is one highly experience consultant ophthalmologist London patients can visit with a range of eye-related diseases and conditions.
Most patients get a referral from their GP to ophthalmology and you can attend an appointment to explore a range of potential treatments for your eye disease or symptoms.
PhD, FEBO, FRCOphth
About Miss Anna Grabowska
Miss Anna Grabowska is an experienced private consultant ophthalmologist and vitreoretinal surgeon. She works from King’s College Hospital, London. Furthermore, her core areas of expertise include medical and surgical retina treatments and procedures.
Miss Grabowska graduated from Warsaw Medical University in Poland, completing her Ophthalmology training in Madrid, Spain, subspecialising in medical retina and vitreoretinal surgery at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London.
She has over 14 years of experience in ophthalmology and can help patients with a wide range of retinal diseases.
There are several conditions that Miss Grabowska regularly helps her patients with, including:
This is an eye condition which can lead to blindness. It affects people with diabetes and the blood vessels in their retinas. It is important to have regular eye tests if you have diabetes so the condition can be caught early and effectively treated.
Retinal detachment can happen for a number of reasons from trauma or injury to conditions such as diabetic retinopathy. Retinal detachment can lead to sight loss and should be treated as an emergency.
Age-related macular degeneration
This is a common eye condition which results in damage to the macula as you age. The macula affects your central vision and while there is no cure, you can access certain treatments with the help of your ophthalmologist.
Floaters are strands or clumps that form in your eye’s vitreous. The vitreous is the gel-like material inside the eye. They usually form as part of the ageing process and can affect your vision. Severe floaters are treated via vitrectomy.
As the name suggests, a macular hole is when a tear or hole appears in your eye’s macula. This can affect your central vision.
Problems with epiretinal membrane can result in the retina being pulled out of place and detached. The epiretinal membrane a cellular tissue that can form on the surface of the retina. The treatment of this problem is vitrectomy which effectively removes the membrane.
Cataracts are the clouding of your eye’s lens. It usually occurs in later and senile cataract removal is a common and straightforward process. Miss Grabowska regularly performs senile cataract surgeries as well as intraocular lens exchanges.
Miss Grabowska also has the following special interests:
- Vitreoretinal disorders
- Retinal detachment
- Macular hole
- Epiretinal membrane
- Complications of diabetic retinopathy
- Complications of anterior segment surgery
- Age-related macular degeneration
- Diabetic retinopathy
- Cataract surgery
Appointments with Miss Anna Grabowska – Private Consultant Ophthalmologist
To make an appointment or discuss your case with Miss Grabowska you can get in contact right here.
You can contact her via telephone or email or send a message via the contact page of this website.