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Dr. Craig F. McCabe

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Medical Director

Phone: (615) ***-****  HQ Phone
McCabe Vision Center
122 Heritage Park Drive
Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37129
United States

Company Description: McCabe Vision Center has been serving the Murfreesboro community since 2002. Dr. Craig McCabe offers comprehensive eye care ranging from routine eye exams to "state...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • MD
  • PhD
  • Doctorate of Philosophy , neuroscience
    Medical University of South Carolina
  • Doctorate of Medicine , neuroscience
    Medical University of South Carolina
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Press Room
www.mtmc.org, 16 Sept 2005 [cached]
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (Sept. 16, 2005) Ophthalmologist Craig McCabe, MD, PhD, FACS, of McCabe Vision Center is offering patients Alcon's AcrySof ReSTOR intraocular lens (IOL), a breakthrough technology for individuals wanting to reduce their dependency on glasses.
"This lens means more freedom from glasses than ever before," Dr. McCabe said."It benefits individuals experiencing the common vision loss due to aging, particularly cataract patients."
To replace natural lenses, clear and cataract, Dr. McCabe creates a tiny incision (less than one-tenth of an inch) using a blade made of diamond.He then uses ultrasound energy to remove the lens and inserts the IOL implant.Dr. McCabe says most patients indicate very little discomfort, as drops are used to numb the eye rather than needles.
Standard monofocal IOLs have been used in the past to give patients good distance vision.However, the patients still needed to wear bifocals or reading glasses.The ReSTOR IOL can help patients regain a full range of quality vision.
Dr. McCabe introduced the ReSTOR IOL to Rutherford County in July, just four months after the vision-enhancing technology was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
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"I thought I would always wear glasses - until Dr. McCabe told me about this new lens.
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Dr. McCabe, a member of Middle Tennessee Medical Center's medical staff, graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, in 1995.He completed his residency and fellowship at Vanderbilt University Medical School, where he currently teaches on the clinical faculty.He is among select ophthalmologists in Tennessee who offer state-of-the-art technology, such as the ReSTOR apodized diffractive IOL.
To find out if you are a candidate for this new vision-enhancing technology, contact Dr. Craig McCabe at 904-9024 or visit the McCabe Vision Center at 122 Heritage Park Drive, Suite 100, in Murfreesboro.
Craig McCabe
www.wangfoundation.com, 18 Feb 2013 [cached]
Craig McCabe Wang Foundation for sight restoration
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Craig McCabe, MD, PhD Dr. McCabe specializes in State-of-the-Art "custom cataract surgery. Employing wavefront technology, he selects the intraocular lens implant that is best for each patient's eye and specific vision needs resulting in sharper vision and greater satisfaction. Dr. McCabe is a Board Certified ophthalmologist and Fellow of the American College of Surgeons. He earned both his doctorate of medicine and doctorate of philosophy in neuroscience at the Medical University of South Carolina. Dr. McCabe completed his ophthalmology residency at Vanderbilt University, where he now teaches as a Clinical Associate Professor. Dr. McCabe started to serve our community in 2002 and has since founded McCabe Vision Center.
About Us - Wang Foundation for sight restoration
www.wangfoundation.org, 4 Sept 2014 [cached]
Craig McCabe, MD, PhD
A distinguished panel of experts, ...
registration.eyeworld.org [cached]
A distinguished panel of experts, including Dr. Holland, Richard Lindstrom, M.D., founder and attending surgeon, Minnesota Eye Consultants; Stephen Lane, M.D., adjunct clinical professor, University of Minnesota; Craig McCabe, M.D., clinical instructor, Vanderbilt Eye Center, Nashville, Tenn., and in practice, McCabe Vision Center, Murfreesboro, Tenn.; and Michael Blaiss, M.D., clinical professor of pediatrics and medicine, University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, weighed in.
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Because of this, Dr. McCabe took it upon himself to lead an investigator-initiated, single-center, single-masked switch patient preference study.
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At the end of the study, they were asked which agent provided better relief of their ocular allergy symptoms and which one they would like me to write a prescription for," Dr. McCabe said.
Bepreve "got the jumpstart on the relief of their ocular itching," Dr. McCabe said. "By almost a 2-to-1 margin, 19 patients compared to 11 rated Bepreve as giving them better all-day relief of ocular itching. Overall patients felt that Bepreve rather than Pataday offered better relief of morning ocular allergy symptoms, however the greatest difference was seen in the first week. Our patients also reported that Bepreve provided better relief of evening ocular allergy symptoms. They rated Bepreve as more effectively improving their ocular allergy symptoms in the evening when compared to Pataday."
Dr. McCabe concluded, "Despite all we hear about dosing and compliance, patients chose the greater efficacy of Bepreve over the once-a-day convenience of Pataday for improved relief of their multi-symptom associated allergic conjunctivitis."
"When you lose your vision, you ...
www.midsouthnews.com, 15 Mar 2007 [cached]
"When you lose your vision, you lose your lifestyle," said Middle Tennessee Medical Center's Dr. Craig McCabe, who has written articles on glaucoma, custom cataract surgery and dry-eye treatment.
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"One in 20 pre-school children and one in four school-age children have a vision problem," said McCabe.
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"Often older teens and college-age students sleep in them, don't clean them and over wear them," said McCabe.
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There are options besides Lasik surgery, like advance surface ablation, which Ranz said had an added safety factor, and lens replacement, a new technology performed by McCabe.
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"Every surgery is surgery, and should be looked at as such," said McCabe.
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Dr. Craig McCabe, an ophthalmologist at Middle Tennessee Medical Center and a Vanderbilt faculty member, has written articles on dry eye treatment, glaucoma and custom cataract surgery.
"Age-related macular degeneration affects one in 10 people over 50, and one in four people over the age of 75," said McCabe.
The macular, or central retina, which is responsible for reading, color recognition and central vision, begins to deteriorate.
"Research is being done currently to determine if vitamin supplements can treat macular degeneration," said McCabe.
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McCabe said about 2.1 million cataract surgeries will be performed this year as the baby boomer generation ages.
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