Dr Ian C Reddie
LLB, MBBS, MACLM, FRANZCO, MAICD
Vitreoretinal Surgeon & Physician, Specialist Ophthalmologist
Dr Ian C Reddie is an internationally published scientific author and an acknowledged expert in the field of medical and surgical retina and ocular inflammatory disease.
Recognising his commitment to rural and regional practice, Dr Reddie was accepted into the ophthalmology training programme in New South Wales based at the Prince of Wales Hospital in Randwick, Sydney. He also worked at the Sydney Childrens’ Hospital and Sydney Eye Hospital. During his four years of training in Sydney, his surgical aptitude and commitment to excellence was recognised and fostered by his teachers: after completing his final specialist exams, he was encouraged to undertake an additional two years of sub-specialist training in medical and surgical retina at the prestigious Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane, and the Royal Victorian Eye & Ear Hospital in Melbourne.
Special interests and expertise include:
- Retinal detachment
- Macular hole
- Epiretinal membrane
- Diabetic retinopathy including complex tractional detachments
- Age-related macular degeneration
- Routine and complex cataract surgery including premium IOLs
- Inherited retinal dystrophies and degeneration
- Retinal vein occlusion
- Uveitis and inflammatory eye disease
- Ocular trauma
- Ocular oncology and intraocular tumours
Dr Cameron McLintock
MBBS, MMed, FRANZCO
Specialist Ophthalmologist, Eye Surgeon
Dr McLintock is an Ophthalmologist (Eye Surgeon) with advanced training and expertise in Refractive /Laser Eye Surgery, Cataract Surgery and Corneal transplantation.
Dr McLintock completed a Masters of Medicine in Ophthalmic Science at the University of Sydney, followed by six years of specialist training in Ophthalmology at the Princess Alexandra Hospital, the Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital, the Gold Coast University Hospital and the Queensland Children’s Hospital. He completed his advanced sub-specialist training in Corneal & Refractive Surgery at the Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead, England.
Special interests and expertise include:
- Cataract surgery and Laser Cataract surgery, in particular complex or trauma-induced cataract surgery
- Refractive Vision Correction surgery, including LASIK, PRK, Refractive Lens Exchange and Staar ICL- Implantable Collamer Lens
- Corneal Surgery, including Descemet Stripping Endothelial Keratoplasty (DSEK), Deep Anterior Lamellar Keratoplasty (DALK), Descemet Membrane Endothelial Keratoplasty (DMEK), Penetrating Keratoplasty (PK).
- Keratoconus / Corneal Collagen Cross-linking treatment
- Pterygium Surgery
Dr Thomas Mandall
Thomas completed his Bachelor of Vision Science (Distinction) through the Queensland University of Technology in 2017. He has subsequently graduated a Master of Optometry (Distinction) and was awarded the QUT Executive Dean’s Academic Commendation Prize. Thomas is a therapeutically qualified optometrist and has published research in peer-reviewed ophthalmic journals.
Thomas has experience in private and corporate optometry as well as ophthalmology clinics. He enjoys the diverse nature of optometry and is passionate about working collaboratively within ophthalmology.
Thomas’ special interests include ocular pathology and retinal diseases. During his training, he visited Mexico as a volunteer optometrist.
Dr Brittney Ismail
Brittney graduated from the Queensland University of Technology in 2013 with a Bachelor of Vision Science (Distinction) and Master of Optometry (Distinction) with therapeutic endorsement.
She further enhanced her clinical skills by completing an Advanced Certificate in Contact Lenses through the Australian College of Optometry, then returned to QUT as a clinical supervisor, training final year Optometrists in the fitting of contact lenses.
Brittney has experience in private and corporate Optometry practices as well as in research. She has dedicated time to provide volunteer eyecare in refugee camps along the Thailand/Myanmar border and in temporary housing shelters in Sydney.