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ZiekerEye offers the Capital Region the latest ophthalmology services including cataract surgery, implantable lenses, refractive surgery, medical eye care, as well as aesthetic eye care services.

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For compassionate, patient-focused eye care with close attention to your vision needs, choose ZiekerEye Ophthalmology. ZiekerEye is an ophthalmology practice serving the communities of the Capital Region and the North Country.

ZiekerEye Ophthalmology uses today’s most advanced diagnostic technologies and equipment, along with the latest treatment techniques, to ensure optimal surgical and medical treatment. Our providers diagnose and treat a wide range of eye conditions, including cataracts, refractive vision problems, diabetic retinopathy, eye trauma, dry eyes, and other diseases of the eyes.

Christopher Zieker, MD and Steven Clark, PA-C, deliver customized vision results using effective techniques and technologies for laser-assisted cataract surgery, advanced lens implants and astigmatism correction. They can help you reclaim the vision you thought you had lost.

Discover advanced surgical eye care. Call us at (518) 450-1080 or use our online appointment form to schedule your consultation.

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