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Dr. Ken Kreidl, MD is an ophthalmology specialist in Boulder, CO and has been practicing for 14 years. He specializes in ophthalmology, cataract surgery, and more.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Kreidl "Dr. Kreidl, originally from San Francisco, California, started practicing at the Boulder Medical Center in August 2004. Before coming to Boulder, he was an ophthalmology resident at Stanford University Hospital. He and his wife, Ryn, a local pediatrician, have two children, Luke and Max. Dr. Kreidl loves mountain biking and skiing with his family, and was a nationally ranked tennis player before becoming dedicated to medicine. Dr. Kreidl provides his patients with sutureless cataract removal, presbyopic intraocular lens implantation (i.e. Crystalens, Trulign, ReSTOR), the latest techniques in eyelid surgery, laser surgery for glaucoma and retinal disease, pediatric injuries, along with routine eye exams, glasses, and contact lenses. Dr. Kreidl is an active researcher in the field of ophthalmology, and has published research articles in top peer reviewed medical journals on research in glaucoma, eye trauma, and retinal disease. He is interested in education, and has been a guest lecturer at Stanford University, and has written a chapter in a medical textbook as well. Dr. Kreidl has also volunteered his time with the non-profit group Prevent Blindness. He is also active with the University of Colorado, giving lectures to both undergraduates in the pre-med program, as well as faculty and staff."
This content was provided by Dr. Kreidl "I take time to try to explain the diagnosis and treatment options, whether it is why they are having a red eye or floaters, or different options for the intraocular lens implant during cataract surgery."