Chicagoland Retinal Consultants is committed to inclusion and diversity.
We believe today more than ever; it isn’t speaking the words, but starts with a culture of service and listening.
For over 17 years, our goal has always been to provide quality care to everyone in the community. Chicagoland is committed to doing our part in protecting sight with a pledge to serve all and do so equally, without prejudice. We supportand defend the right to safe, caring, and equal treatment for all in our practice: patients and teammates. We are in this together!
Chicagoland Retinal Consultants, one of Chicago’s premier retina groups, is a technologically-advanced, fully-integrated medical practice specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of vitreous and retinal diseases. Our practice was designed and developed to be patient-centered and to act as a true resource for referring physicians and their patients.learn more about us
Our eye surgeons are American Board of Ophthalmology (ABO) certified and take the time to listen to our patients. We specifically focus on:
We strongly believe that we can best provide you with the care you deserve. A retina specialist is a medical doctor who has specialized in ophthalmology and sub-specialized in diseases and surgery of the vitreous body of the eye and the retina.
We have a long history dating back to 2004 when Dr. Abdelsalam founded the practice.
Retinal diseases often vary in symptom and severity. Some of the diagnoses are more common and very treatable, while others are not easily diagnosed and often require complex treatment plans. At Chicagoland Retinal Consultants our ophthalmologists are specially trained to detect even the rarest retinal disease and provide a specific treatment plan or perform a surgical procedure to slow down the progress or eliminate the disease in order to prevent vision loss. Our team of specialists has experience diagnosing and treating a variety of retinal and vitreous conditions and work together to provide complete care for our patients from the initial diagnosis and throughout the healing process.
Some common vitreoretinal diseases include: