Dr. McKinney is a fellowship trained glaucoma specialist and comprehensive ophthalmologist, with expertise in glaucoma and cataract surgery. "One hundred... Read More
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Graduated in 1987
Completed in 1988
Completed in 1993
Completed in 1995
Graduated in 1983
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Dr. McKinney is a fellowship trained glaucoma specialist and comprehensive ophthalmologist, with expertise in glaucoma and cataract surgery. "One hundred years ago, glaucoma was a uniformly blinding disease. With recent advances in diagnostic technology, medical therapy and surgical technique, blindness due to glaucoma is now uncommon in the USA. Our current challenge in caring for persons with glaucoma is to preserve a lifetime of good vision without diminishing quality of life."