Amblyopia (lazy eye, i.e., visual loss due to disuse of the eye)
Strabismus (eye misalignment)
Refractive errors (spectacle problems)
Eyelid disorders (droopy lids, lid malpositions, etc,)
Nasolacrimal obstructions (blocked tear ducts)
Pediatric cataracts (cloudy lens)
Pediatric glaucoma (high eye pressure)
Uveitis (ocular inflammation)
Congenital malformations of the eye and brain
Genetic disorders (e.g., Down's Syndrome)
Brain disorders (Hydrocephalus, Cerebral palsy, etc.)

Retinopathy of Prematurity (screening exams and laser treatments)

​He commonly diagnoses and treats patients with the following conditions that cause visual problems (only a partial list):

Practice Limited To:

• Pediatric Ophthalmology • Adult Strabismus • Neuro-Ophthalmology

Lee A. Klombers, M.D. LLC

"Dr. Klombers has a unique practice in that he sees patients of all ages
with eye movement disorders, brain based visual problems and all forms of pediatric eye disease. He has been in private practice 25 years and has performed over 10,000 eye muscle operations and more than 15,000 procedures on patients with eye diseases. He is an expert in adjustable suture eye muscle surgery, and has modified techniques to optimize outcomes for patients with even the most complex eye alignment disorders.

Diplopia (double vision from all causes)
CVA (stroke)
Concussion (head trauma)
Brain Tumors and Aneurysms
Multiple Sclerosis
Myasthenia Gravis
Pseudotumor Cerebri (Benign high brain pressure)
Optic nerve diseases
Grave's Disease (Thyroid related eye disease)
Temporal Arteritis (evaluates and performs temporal artery biopsies)
Parkinson's Disease
Lyme Disease
Meningitis (brain inflammation)
Degenerative neurological diseases
Facial Movement Disorders and Headache (Botox provided in office)
Blepharospasm (eyelid twitching)
Hemifacial Spasm (spasms on 1/2 of the face)
Torticollis (head and neck tilting)