NJRetina is proud to welcome our newest associates:
Dr. Michael Cohen and Dr. Jennifer Krawitz
These two exceptional physicians were trained in ophthalmology and vitreoretinal diseases at prestigious eye institutions, including the Wills Eye Hospital, Weil Cornell Medical College, Ophthalmic Consultants of Boston, Temple University, and Tufts University. In addition to routinely managing a broad range of retinal conditions, they both have made important contributions to the field of retina by publishing and presenting their research on a variety of topics, including retinal detachment, macular hole repair, advanced vitreoretinal surgical techniques, anti-VEGF therapy, experimental biologic and biosimilar therapeutic agents, novel drug-delivery systems, and retinal toxicity . We welcome these highly accomplished doctors to the New Jersey eye specialist community and look forward to their future contributions in patient care and clinical research.
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NJRetina is proud to announce the opening of our newest location in Elizabeth, NJ!
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Welcome to NJRetina
At NJRetina, our vision is clear—to provide the most advanced and compassionate care for our patients. Our physicians have outstanding professional credentials and are recognized for their expertise in diagnosing and treating the full range of retinal disorders. Because our physicians are sub-specialists with advanced training in a specific area of eye care, it is likely that your general eye care provider referred you to us. At NJRetina, you have easy access to our entire team of specialists and sub-specialists should you require additional vision care.
Diseases of the retina
- Macular Degeneration
- Branch retinal vein occlusion (BRVO)
- Central retinal vein occlusion (CRVO)
- Central serous retinopathy
- Complications of cataract surgery
- Macular edema
- Degenerative myopia
- Diabetic retinopathy
- Inherited retinal disorders
- Lattice degeneration
- Macular hole
- Macular pucker