During your consultation, your physician will meet with you to discuss your symptoms, review your medical history and perform a comprehensive evaluation.

Based on what we learn from this initial consultation, we’ll determine which diagnostic tests or treatments may be most beneficial to you and coordinate these follow up services with the appropriate specialty care providers or facilities.

1229 Madison St.,
Suite 615
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 386-2700
(206) 386-2703 Fax
www.nocnw.org
 

Neuro-ophthalmic Consultants Northwest
A division of Seattle Radiologists, A.P.C.

Specializing in:

Double Vision
Eye Movement Disorders
Multiple Sclerosis Eye Care
Optic Nerve Disorders
Dizziness / Vertigo
Myasthenia Gravis
Neurologic Vision Loss
Therapeutic Botox for Blepharospasm and Hemifacial Spasm


Steven R. Hamilton, MD
Neuro-ophthalmology

 

Education and Certification:
Medical School:  University of California at Irvine
Residency:  University of Washington (Neurology)
Fellowship(s):  Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary: (Neuro-ophthalmology)
Board Certification(s):  Neurology

Clinical  Interests/Special Procedures Performed:
Botox Treatment for Blepharospasm and Hemifacial Spasm, Double Vision, Eye Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis,  Myasthenia Gravis, Optic Nerve Disorders, Visual Loss due to Tumor or Stroke

Philosophy of Care:
My practice integrates old-fashioned history-taking and a hands-on detailed examination, with state-of-the-art diagnostic testing customized to each individual patient’s main concerns.

 
 

Eugene F. May, MD
Neuro-ophthalmology
 

Education and Certification:
Medical School:  University of Chicago
Residency:  Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Fellowship(s):  Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Board Certification(s):  American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Additional Qualifications:  Fellow, American Academy of Neurology

Clinical  Interests/Special Procedures Performed:
Botox Treatment for Blepharospasm and Hemifacial Spasm, Dizziness, Double Vision, Eye Movement Disorders, Multiple Sclerosis, Myasthenia Gravis, Neurotology, Optic Nerve Disorders, Vertigo

Philosophy of Care:
My practice is limited to neuro-ophthalmology, the field of medicine that bridges neurology and ophthalmology.  I see patients whose visual symptoms are or may be due to neurologic problems.  I also have a special interest in diagnosis and treatment of vestibular disorders.  Patients with vestibular disorders have vertigo, dizziness and imbalance.


Marybeth A. Grazko, MD
Neuro-ophthalmology
 

Education and Certification:
Medical School:  Georgetown University
Residency:  Walter Reed Army Medical Center
Fellowship:  Walter Reed Army medical Center
Board Certification:  American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Clinical Interests/Special Procedures Performed:
Double vision, Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension, Optic Nerve Disorders, Eye Movement Disorders, Myasthenia Gravis, Visual Dysfunction associated with disorders of the brain (tumors, stroke, head trauma) Pupillary Abnormalities, Visual Field Loss.

Philosophy of Care:
As a Neuro-ophthalmologist, I specialize in a narrow but fascinating discipline where the brain and the eye overlap.  We treat visual disorders that are from dysfunction of the brain and/or its integral connections to the eye.  These conditions may stem from altered visual input to the brain or in the way that the brain coordinates the output to the eyes.

I believe most in carefully listening to patients as their stories are the most essential component in determining the etiology of their difficulties.  Attention to detail, careful exam, and review of diagnostic testing complete the foundations of my practice philosophy.

 


Support Staff
 

You will find the support staff at Neuro-ophthalmic Consultants Northwest readily available to assist you with every aspect of your treatment.  Receptionists, Cory and Annabelle make the appointments and triage incoming calls.  They will greet you when you arrive; making sure all your information is prepared and available to the physician.  At the completion of your appointment they will coordinate any special exams required for your return visit.

New Referral Coordinator, Jessica will be overseeing all new referral requests and the scheduling of your first appointment. She will contact you once your referral information has passed through review with the physicians.

Many referred patients will undergo screening and visual field testing with Ophthalmic Technician, Galina.  The information she documents from these tests are integral in the determination of a diagnosis and development of your future care plan.

Patients with specialized needs are directed to our Medical Assistant, Terry.  She will arrange your outpatient treatments, be your office contact for questions regarding your care or when you need to ask questions of the physicians, and your advocate in resolving problems with insurance or accessing medications.  As Office Manager she is your resource for concerns regarding your experience with us or require specialized issue resolution.

Advanced Technology
Our MS Eye Clinic offers state of the art Optical Coherence Tomography with optic disc scanning.  We were the first office in the Northwest to have this feature for diagnosing and monitoring the visual symptoms of the MS patient.

As a division of Seattle Radiologists, A.P.C., we have access to the latest diagnostic tools and technology – 3 Tesla MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) to the latest generation spiral CT (computed tomography) scanner

All of us at Neuro-ophthalmic Consultants Northwest are dedicated to delivering the highest standard of service and look forward to participating in your care!
 

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