Retina Services

Our vision is made possible through the interactive parts of a highly complex visual system. The retina, a light sensitive area in the back of the eye, is part of that system. It gives us the ability to see things in sharp detail. When it is diseased or damaged, vision loss can occur. If untreated, irreversible blindness may occur.

Treating diseases and disorders of the retina and vitreous requires the skill of a highly trained retinal specialist. A retinal specialist is a doctor who has been trained in ophthalmology and then in the sub-specialty of vitreoretinal medicine. Years of training prepare a retinal specialist to diagnose and treat retinal and vitreous disorders of the eye. At The Retina Center, Dr. Randall Funderburk brings 30 plus years of experience in the field. He is highly respected as the top retinal specialist in the area by his colleagues. In addition to his clinical expertise, Dr. Funderburk is known by his patients as a doctor who combines medical skill with care and compassion.

The Retina Center is equipped with the latest technology for the highly delicate and exacting work of a retinal specialist. Dr. Funderburk has experience in treating a variety of retina, macula and vitreous conditions. The Retina Center’s scope of services include intravitreal injections for diabetic retinopathy, macular degeneration, macular edema and retinal vein occlusion; retinal laser surgery; vitreoretinal surgery; Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT); fluorescein angiography; ultrasonography; and fundus autofluorescence. His experienced and knowledgeable staff is committed to your care and in helping you understand your vision treatment.

Dr. Randall Funderburk sees patients by physician referral only.

Dr. Funderburk specializes in the treatment and surgery of the following conditions:

Age-related Macular Degeneration
Diabetic Retinopathy
Branch Retinal Vein Occlusion
Central Retinal Vein Occlusion
Central Serious Retinopathy
Complications of Cataract Surgery
Cystoid Macular Edema
Degenerative Myopia
Inherited Retinal Disorders
Lattice Degeneration
Macular Holes and Macular Pucker
Retinal Tears