Coordinated, specialty care for patients with Graves' eye disease
At the Thyroid Eye Disease Center at the Kellogg Eye Center, physicians provide the advanced, multidisciplinary care that is essential for patients experiencing the multiple symptoms and effects of Graves’ eye disease, also called thyroid eye disease or TED. In addition, these clinician–scientists are widely recognized for their groundbreaking research on treatments for Graves’ eye disease and related autoimmune disorders.
Our team of specialists includes orbital surgeons, strabismus surgeons, orthoptists, and neuro-ophthalmologists who are expert and experienced in the unique needs of patients with Graves' eye disease. This team works closely with others at the University of Michigan to provide the multispecialty care needed to treat the wide range of symptoms experienced by our patients.
Our clinic staff is here to make your care as easy as possible. They understand that many of our patients travel from around the world to this clinic and are also routinely seen by physicians in more than one specialty. The staff will coordinate appointments with your endocrinologist and ophthalmologist, as well as any other specialist you need to see.
Make an Appointment
We are pleased to offer our patients the convenience of seeing both an endocrinologist and an ophthalmologist at the Kellogg Eye Center.
If you need to see other specialists within the University of Michigan, our staff will be pleased to help you arrange these appointments. Please also let our staff know if you are traveling and need suggestions for accommodations.
To arrange a consultation, please call us at 734-764-5106.
The Thyroid Eye Disease (TED) Clinic is devoted to the multidisciplinary care and treatment of patients with TED. Our team of specialists includes orbital surgeons, strabismus surgeons, and neuro-ophthalmologists devoted to the unique eye care needs of patients with TED. Patients are also evaluated by experts in the field of endocrinology, thyroid surgery and radioactive thyroid ablation.
Based upon coordinated input from our team of subspecialists, we can offer multidisciplinary treatment including minimally invasive orbital surgery, immunotherapy and consideration for novel treatment trials. As evident by publications in international journals, physicians are leading the nation in innovative treatments and management of these patients.
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