Pediatric Eye Care at Stony Point Surgery Center

Edwin Wortham V, M.D.

Edwin Wortham V, M.D.

Dr. Wortham on Radio Disney

Dr. Wortham talks to kids about eye care on
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Specializing in pediatric eye, Dr. Wortham has managed a private practice in the Richmond area for over 20 years. He graduated with his MD from the Northwestern University School of Medicine in 1983. After medical school, Dr. Wortham completed an Internal Medicine. Internship at the University of Oklahoma, his residency in Ophthalmology at the Northwestern University Medical Center, and his fellowship in Pediatric Ophthalmology at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada.

Things to Look for in Your Child

  • Any type of eye crossing, which is a signal of misalignment of the eyes.
  • Changes to your child's normal patterns - if they have to sit closer to the television to see, if their teacher says they need to sit in front of the classroom to see, etc.
  • If you notice your child squinting their eyes to see.
  • Abnoral reflexes of the eyes.

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Watch Dr. Wortham and Dr. Couser discuss the importance of diagnosing vision problems in children at an early age.

Watch Dr. Wortham explain what signs of vision problems a parent should look for in their child.

Watch Dr. Couser discuss signs of vision problems in babies.

Contact Edwin Wortham V, M.D.

Virginia Pediatric Ophthalmology Specialists
8720 Stony Point Parkway
Suite 135
Richmond, VA 23235
Phone: (804) 272-8040
Fax: (804) 272-7344

Virginia Pediatric Ophthalmology Specialists

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