Dr. Reed Kindermann

W. Reed Kindermann, MD graduated from the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Rochester School of Medicine. He completed his Ophthalmology Residency at Wills Eye Hospital and attained fellowship training in Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus under Drs. Robison Harley and Joseph Calhoun at Wills Eye Hospital. He completed additional training under noted cataract surgeons Charles Kelman of New York, the inventor of phacoemulsification; Turgut Hamdi of Wills Eye, member of the first team in America to implant an intraocular lens, and Oram Kline, the first surgeon in South Jersey to perform phacoemulsification.

Honors:


Dr. Kindermann has been honored repeatedly in the "Best Doctor" sections of Philadelphia Magazine, New Jersey Magazine, South Jersey Magazine, Best Doctors of America and Checkpoint Magazine. He is a recipient of the coveted "Silver Tray" presented yearly at the annual Wills Eye Conference.

Certification:


Dr. Kindermann is Board Certified by the American Board of Ophthalmology, and is a member of the American Academy of Ophthalmology, the New Jersey Academy of Ophthalmology, the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons, and the American Association of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus.

Appointments:


Dr. Kindermann holds dual appointments in the Cataract / Primary Eye Care and Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Departments at Wills Eye Institute.

Teaching:


Dr. Kindermann has been an instructor in cataract surgery at Wills Eye and Cooper Hospital as well as many international forums. He has provided instruction in cataract surgery and provided surgical cataract surgeries in dozens of foreign countries. Dr. Kindermann has also been an instructor in pediatric ophthalmology at Wills Eye Cooper Hospital, in many national and international eye forums, and as a volunteer teacher and surgeon in dozens of foreign countries

Emphasis:


Dr. Kindermann developed a strong interest in cataract surgery during medical school. He first trained with his uncle in New York and later with Dr. Charles Kelman, the inventor of phacoemulsification and Dr. Turgut Hamdi, who participated in the implantation of the first intraocular lens in the United States in 1950.

Dr. Kindermann maintains a strong emphasis on cataract technological advancements, especially surgical instruments and intraocular lenses. He was a participant in the first clinical trial of multifocal intraocular lenses with the AMO corporation beginning in 1994. This lens, the "ARRAY" lens, was approved by the FDA and was the first certified intraocular lens verified to correct both near and far vision. Dr. Kindermann implanted hundreds of these lenses before this lens was discontinued prior to introduction of second generation products.

Cataract Surgery and Lens Implants - Specialty Interests:

  • Pediatric cataract
  • Conventional cataract surgery via phacoemulsification, as well as the intra and extra capsular approaches
  • Cataract surgery when cataract occurs in one eye only
  • Cataract surgery after cataract caused by trauma
  • Cataract surgery after other eye surgery (such as glaucoma, corneal or retinal Surgery).
  • Cataract surgery combined with simultaneous corneal and/or glaucoma surgery.
  • Cataract surgery with treatment of glaucoma utilizing intraocular laser (endoscopic-cyclo-photocoagulation: "ECP").
  • Cataract surgery with separate treatment for astigmatism with corneal relaxing incisions.
  • Cataract surgery utilizing astigmatic intraocular lenses (the Alcon Toric intraocular series, the Staar Toric Lens Series).
  • Cataract surgery targeting combined near and far needs utilizing”monovision”.
  • Cataract surgery targeting combined near and far needs with special intraocular lenses including the Alcon ReStor lens series, the AMO Tecnis Multifocal lens series, and the Bausch and Lomb Crystalens series.
  • Intraocular lens insertion, removal, or correction in disturbed situations

Eye Alignment - Specialty Interests:

Dr. Kindermann is an expert in the field of eye alignment problems. He provides consultation, medical and surgical treatment for a wide variety of ocular alignment problems including:

  • Horizontal alignment disorders.
  • Vertical alignment disorders.
  • Disorders due to medical problems such as thyroid eye disease.
  • Disorders due to cranial nerve palsies.
  • Disorders due to congenital birth defects.
  • Disorders of ocular alignment following injury or other surgeries.
  • Precise prism measurements.
  • Adjustable suture surgery, which provides for post-operative fine tuning of surgical movement of ocular muscles to optimize operative eye positions.

Surgical Outcomes:


Dr. Kindermann and his staff pride themselves on extremely accurate surgical outcomes, utilizing the latest diagnostic equipment including the Zeiss IOLMaster Series II keratometer/laser inferometer and the Marco/Nidek OPD-3D wavefront analyzer to refine surgical strategic planning.

  Dr. Reed Kindermann MD New Jersey


Dr. Reed Kindermann

(856) 667-3937

Kindermann Eye Associates
3001 Chapel Avenue, Suite 200
Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08002


Eye Doctor South Jersey

Kindermann Eye Associates - 3001 Chapel Avenue, Suite 200, Cherry Hill, New Jersey 08002

Excellence in eye care for patients seeking a quality caring eye doctor in South Jersey. Dr. W Reed Kinderman is a premier ophthalmologist, New Jersey eye surgeon, specializing in cataract surgery, refractive surgery, laser guided cataract surgery, Tecnis multifocal lens implant, ReStor intraocular lens, Crystalens, Toric intraocular lens, glaucoma, strabismic eye muscle disorders, ophthalmology, and the full spectrum of eye care in New Jersey, Delaware Valley, Philadelphia, Mullica Hill, Ashland, Echelon, Thorofare, Riverton and surrounding areas.

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