Dr Arthur Karagiannis
Dr Arthur Karagiannis is a highly experienced eye surgeon and has been practising as an ophthalmologist since 2001. He is a graduate of Adelaide University Medical School and completed his ophthalmology training in 2000.
Dr Karagiannis served 3 years as president of the Australian Society of Ophthalmology (ASO), from November 2011 until November 2014.
He was a Federal Board Member and Vice President of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO), as well as having served on numerous committees at both state and federal levels.
He is a member of the European Society of Cataracts and Refractive Surgery, as well as, the Australian Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons.
In 2001, Dr Karagiannis took over the practice of the late Dr Colin Moore, which is located in the Dulwich Village Shopping Precinct. In addition Dr Karagiannis is a visiting specialist to both the Riverland and Mildura, where he consults and operates.
Dr Karagiannis has also been a visiting eye surgeon to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital and has been involved in overseas aid to Myanmar (Burma) with Sight for All, providing ophthalmology training to eye doctors there.
Dr Karagiannis also supports Sight for All as a Vision 1000 member.
Dr Karagiannis’ services include:
• Advanced cataract surgery
• Macular degeneration and intravitreal injections
• Laser floater removal
• Pterygium surgery
Dr Neena Peter
Dr Neena Peter Graduated with Honours from Cambridge University Medical School, UK, had general ophthalmic training centered around The Western Eye Hospital, London and John Radcliffe, Oxford, UK. Dr Peter has had extensive training in Lid, Lacrimal and Orbital surgery and has vast experience in Oculoplastic surgery having undergone sub specialist ocupalstic fellowships/training in Manchester UK, Perth, WA and Auckland, NZ. She is also a Fellow of RANZCO and RCO. She has had 18 peer-reviewed publications, largely in areas of oculoplastic, lacrimal and orbital surgery, as well as regular presentations at international Ophthalmology conferences, again, largely in areas of oculoplastic surgery.
• General ophthalmic training centered around Western Eye Hospital, London and John Radcliffe, Oxford, UK
• Extensive training in Lid, Lacrimal and Orbital surgery
• Vast experience in Oculoplastic surgery having undergone sub-specialist oculoplastic fellowships/training in Manchester UK, Perth, WA and Auckland, NZ
• Fellow of RANZCO and RCO
• 18 peer-review publications, largely in areas of oculoplastic, lacrimal and orbital surgery
• Regular presentations at international Ophthalmology conferences, largely in areas of oculoplastic surgery
Areas of interest/skills:
• Upper and lower lid surgery including ptosis and blepharoplasty
• Brow surgery
• Lower lid ectropion and entropion repair
• Tear duct surgery
• Removal of eyelid lesions including skin cancers and subsequent lid reconstructive surgery
• Bell’s palsy
• Thyroid eye problems
• Eye removal and socket surgery
• Management of orbital conditions
• Botox for blepharospasm and hemifacial spasm
PA to Dr Karagiannis
Helen joined the practice in March 2001, having worked in Ophthalmology from the beginning of her working life.
Helen, is very much loved by many of Dr Karagiannis long term patients and is always there to greet our patients with a warm smile.