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Neuro-Ophthalmology of Texas
Dr. Rosa A. Tang, M.D., M.P.H., M.B.A.
 
Patient Portal

We are beginning the process of migrating to a new Electronic Health Record which includes a patient portal! We encourage each and every patient to register on the portal in order to benefit from it's features.

You can register at this link:

https://10507.portal.athenahealth.com

If you have EMERGENCY please dial 911 or
proceed to your nearest
EMERGENCY room
CONTACT US
PHONE FAX EMAIL
713-942-2187 713-942-0265 Send us an email!
LGARCIA@NEUROEYE.COM
OFFICE LOCATIONS
We now have two locations for your eye care needs! Just click on a location below for maps and directions. You can use the embedded Google Map to find directions by clicking "View on Google Maps." You can also manipulate the embedded map by left-clicking and dragging to reposition, or scrolling with the mouse wheel to zoom in and out. Be sure to check out the additional information section for each location!
MEDICAL CLINIC OF HOUSTON
Main Location
Eye Wellness Center

1701 Sunset Blvd
6th Floor
Houston, TX 77005
UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON
Second Location
MS Eye Care

4901 Calhoun Rd
UH Entrance 2
Houston, TX 77204
MAPS & DIRECTIONS
MEDICAL CLINIC OF HOUSTON
1701 SUNSET BLVD HOUSTON TEXAS 77005
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
The physical address you enter into your GPS or MapQuest is 1701 Sunset Blvd, Houston, Texas, 77005. The easiest way to get there is to exit Greenbriar Dr from the Southwest Freeway (US 59) and then make a left on Sunset Blvd. The red brick building (see the image below) will be on your right after passing Ashby St.
Self parking is $5.  
Valet parking is $10.  
Take your ticket with you. You can stop at the front desk on the first floor to pay for parking before you check-in with us upstairs. You cannot, however, check-in for your appointment downstairs. Take the elevators inside (separate from the garage elevators) to the 6th floor. When you exit the elevator you will be looking at our reception desk. You can check-in here.

Patient Parking Validation
at the Patient Registration Desk
Thank you, for choosing the
University Eye Institute
**********
AprobaciĆ³n para el estacionamiento de pacientes se encuentra en registraciĆ³n.

Gracias por elegir University Eye Institute.

Attention All Patients
Patient Parking is now in the Garage 1A on the
First Floor

El estacionamiento para pacientes

ahora se encuentra en el primer piso del garaje 1A
Notice Regarding Disability Papers
Dr. Tang and her staff DO NOT fill out any type of disability paperwork.
If you require this, we will be happy to refer you to someone who can help you.

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Driving directions and address information.
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Clinical Trials
For information regarding our on-going clinical trials and to see if you or your patient(s) qualify for enrollment, please click here.

About Neuro-Ophthalmology
Material obtained from The North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society

Neuro-Ophthalmology deals with diagnostically challenging cases. Patients with rheumatologic, toxic, oncologic, metabolic, endocrine, infectious, and other medical diseases are examined. These medical conditions from intrinsic neurologic or ophthalmic diseases that affect the eye and brain lead to neuro-ophthalmic problems. The etiology of vision and visual field loss, unusual eye complaints or visual phenomena, ptosis, diplopia, abnormal pupils and eye movements, ocular, periocular and associated head pain are some of the conditions which are evaluated. The most valuable tool the neuro-ophthalmologist has is the HISTORY.

To better prepare us for your visit please CAREFULLY answer the history questionnaire.

Please click here (or click here if you are a minor under the age of 18) to download this questionnaire, as well as our other office forms, and spend the time necessary to answer all the questions to the best of your knowledge so that we may help you with your condition. We are looking forward to seeing you!


About the Neuro-Ophthalmic Exam
Your first appointment will last 4 to 6 hours. Once your appointment is made a clinician assistant will be contacting you by phone to obtain a preliminary history. This information will help Dr. Tang to assess the urgency of your visit and determine if you should be seen sooner by herself or another specialist.

Please read the information below very carefully as it is important to your exam.

CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF PROCEDURES OR TESTING
THAT YOU MAY HAVE PERFORMED DURING YOUR EXAM WITH US.

Prearing for the Neuro-Ophthalmology Examination

1. Request that your treating physicians send all relevant information to the neuro-ophthalmologist prior to your appointment, including office notes, results of laboratory tests and reports of CT and MRI scans.

2. If you have had a CT or MRI scan performed, you may be asked to pick up the actual films and bring them with you, or have the facility mail them to the neuro-ophthalmologist in advance or your appointment.

3. You will probably have your pupils dilated during the visit. The eye drops last about 4 hours and will make things look bright and blurry up close. You may need someone else to drive you to the appointment and bring your sunglasses.

4. Ladies, in order for the physician to get a good look at your eyelids, and to avoid ruining your appearance when the eye drops are administered, do not wear eye makeup.

5. Bring a complete list of medications with you, including the name and dosage of prescription and over-the-counter medications.

6. Make sure to let us know if you have had any adverse reaction to any eye medications, such as dilating drops, prior to the application of the same drops in our office.

7. Please bring old photographs of your face to your exam [10 years back] so that we can check for changes in your pupils or lids or eye position over time.


What Happens During the Evaluation?
1. The neuro-ophthalmologic evaluation is one of the most comprehensive examinations you will experience. It may take 4 to 6 hours to complete. You will be asked to give an account of your current problem and relate your entire medical history, including previous hospitalizations, operations, serious illnesses, medical problems in your family members, and medication allergies.

2. You will have a very detailed and complete eye examination.

3. You will likely have a visual field examination performed. We have different types of machines to perform these tasks. Some of them may look familiar to you as you may have had this test before.

4. You will have an extensive evaluation of your eye movement if any abnormality is found. This may entail measuring you for the use of prisms to achieve single vision which can be tedious.

5. You may require that we perform electrophysiological testing on you. Our office is equipped with the most advanced techniques of visual evoked responses [VEP], Multifocal VEP, electroretinogram [ERG] and Multifocal ERG. Sometimes these tests need to be scheduled for a future visit.

6. You may have a partial or complete neurologic exam to test your strength, sensation, and coordination.

7. The Neuro-Ophthalmologist will review the records and scans from previous evaluations, if applicable.

8. After the examination the neuro-ophthalmologist will discuss the diagnosis (or possible diagnosis) and the need for any additional testing and possible treatment.


CLICK HERE FOR A LIST OF PROCEDURES OR TESTING
THAT YOU MAY HAVE PERFORMED DURING YOUR EXAM WITH US.

About the Website

Our website was created with you, the patient, in mind. When browsing through it you will find a wealth of information about our practice including our physical address and various maps to our clinic as well as forms you can download and complete to make your appointment move a little smoother.

Also, in order to ensure proper function of the various links we have throughout our site, please disable any pop-up blockers or temporarily allow pop-ups in your browsers options. You can do this with many pop-up blockers by holding control (bottom left on your keyboard labeled "Ctrl") while clicking any [blue] link.


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