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My husband has a lot of eye pain in one eye, although he says he can see well (he wears eyeglasses for closeup vision). He has seen his optometrist who prescribed the glasses, and a couple of ophthalmologists plus a neuro-ophthalmologist about this condition, and all his tests and exams come up negative. What type of doctor would he need to see? Not averse to hearing "psychiatrist"; not kidding. This is real.
Words can not express how happy I am that Dr. Kingrey preformed my Lasik eye surgery. I can honestly say that it is the best money that I have ever spent. I was always told that my vision was too bad for Lasik. I visited Ochsner Eye Center and they informed me that I was a great candidate. I went into the surgery fully aware of everything. The day after my procedure I was seeing 20/20. I can get up in the middle of the night to take care of my baby with out being blind and having to find my glasses first. All of the staff were so nice and accommodating. Thank you Ochsner Eye Center and staff for everything! -Sarah D.View More
- Sarah D
Dr. Kingrey joined the Center in 1998. He is a native of Wichita and a graduate of the University of Kansas Medical School. He completed a residency in ophthalmology at the Ohio State University Havener Eye Center in Columbus, Ohio. Prior to coming to Wichita, he did eye surgery with the National Health Service of England.
Dr. Kingrey is a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Medical Society, the American Academy of Ophthalmology, and the International Society of Refractive Surgery.
- LASIK - Laser Eye Surgeons
- University of Kansas Medical School - Medical Degree
- Ohio State University Havener Eye Center - Residency in Ophthalmology
Alpha Omega Alpha Honorary Medical Society
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