Ophthalmologists are surgeons and specialists in eye disease that assess and monitor the health of the eye. They have completed medical school at an accredited university and a residency in medical and surgical eye care in an accredited learning hospital. They are secondary-level healthcare providers and are often referred to by your family physician, although you can also self-refer. Alberta Health Care covers your opthalmology visits.
We perform a variety of tests to protect you from harmful eye disorders.
Full exams are offered, including clinical examination & diagnostic tests.
Occasionally, minor operative procedures must be done to correct eye problems and prevent further health issues.
Cochrane eye surgeons can complete surgical consultations at our Synergy office.
A newborn’s vision is mostly blurry, but the visual system develops over time and is fully formed in early adolescent years. Learn how to protect your child’s vision with regular eye screenings as they grow.
Get screened for eye diseases before you have any symptoms.
Pre- and post-operative cataract management.
Glaucoma has been known as the ‘silent thief’; it takes away your peripheral vision, ultimately resulting in blindness. Early detection is key to preserve your sight.
We offer early detection, monitoring, and management of retinal conditions with advanced diagnostic technology.
Diabetes is a disease that affects the body’s ability to produce or use insulin effectively to control glucose levels. Too much glucose in the blood for an extended amount of time can cause damage to many parts of the body. This includes the innermost portion of the eye (retina) and is a high-risk factor for glaucoma and cataracts. Regular checkups for diabetic patients are highly recommended.
Certain migraine subtypes may occur with or without any accompanying head pain, but a patient can experience a wide range of visual symptoms. Eye check-ups are available for ocular migraines (flashing simmering lights, zig-zag lines, or stars).
Beyond providing high-quality services, Dr. Khosla seeks to educate all of his patients on how to take care of the eyes and vision at every stage of life.
Infants, Children & Adolescents. To protect your child’s eyes and vision as they grow, it is highly recommended to begin scheduling regular vision screenings throughout your child’s development. Starting these checkups at a young age is the most effective way to track your child’s progress and detect any potential vision problems from an early stage.
Young Adults. For most young adults, following a healthy and balanced diet while maintaining regularly scheduled eye appointments can help them stay at the forefront of their eye health.
Adults (40-60). At this point, people become more susceptible to eye problems, making eye checkups that much more critical. Some vision problems develop without any immediate symptoms. This is why a baseline eye examination around the time you turn forty helps give your ophthalmologist the information required to monitor your vision as you continue to the next stage of life.
Adults (60+). At this stage, vision screenings become critical. Regular appointments with Dr. Khosla will allow you to identify specific vision problems and help you stay updated with your treatment options. With Synergy, you will receive customized advice on how to care for your eyesight. As a valued patient, you will learn tips based on personal eye health and maintain vision in the long run.