All posts in "radial Keratotomy"

Working out after cataract surgery.

By admin / March 29, 2013

A common question after Cataract eye surgery is what can I do and not do. One thing you don’t want to do after  is go straight to the gym. It is important not to strain the eyes after surgery because they are in a recovery process. Lifting weights or doing some form of strenuous activity may […]


Lasers help bring cataract surgery in focus

By admin / March 25, 2013

Exclusive to the Acorn group of newspapers There are a number of advantages to using the laser in cataract surgery. Mainly, the surgeon can plan the exact size of the eye capsule opening that is needed for the replacement lens. With lasers, the doctor can also determine the exact pattern in which the old lens […]


Pain free and easy cataract surgery with “Pi in eye”

By admin / March 24, 2013

Cataract Surgery is one of the safest procedures performed today and is be pain free!  Read all about this cataract surgery with “Pi in eye” “With Dr. Rajesh Khanna there was no pain during my Cataract surgery” said Susie of Beverly Hills. Dr. Khanna of the Khanna Vision Institute is highly trained in Cataract surgeon and […]


Managing problems with Radial Keratotomy

By admin / March 5, 2013

Managing problems with Radial Keratotomy   What is RK?   Vertical deep incisions are made into the cornea in a spoke like fashion. Each incision causes the cornea to bulge around the incision and at the same time flattening the center of the cornea. Therefore the power of the cornea decreases and myopia or nearsightedness […]