Dr Theodosios Kontos
Dr Theodosios Kontos has been a leading Ophthalmologist in Cyprus for the past 30 years. In the past he has held the position of the president of the Cyprus Ophthalmological society for four years. He is a member of ESCRS, EVRS, HSIOIRS.
He pioneered the phacoemulsification cataract technique in Cyprus in 1992.
He is one of the few surgeons able to manage the posterior as well as anterior segment pathology. He is competent in performing an extensive range of ocular surgeries including cataract surgery, glaucoma surgery, corneal transplantation, strabismus surgery, refractive laser surgery (LASIK,PRK), vitrectomy including retina detachment repair and complex trauma.
Mr Andreas Kontos BSc(hons), MBChB(hons), FRCOphth(London), CCT(UK)
Mr Andreas Kontos is an Ophthalmic and Vitreoretinal surgeon with Specialisation in Retina, Macular disease, Diabetes, Vitreoretinal surgery as well as cataract surgery.
Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists
Medicine and surgery degree from the University of Manchester, UK with Distinction (Graduated top of the class) (2005)
First class honours degree in Neuroscience funded by a prestigious scholarship from the Wolfson foundation. Graduated top of the class and awarded the Denis Leigh prize (2002)
Ophthalmology specialist training at Moorfields Eye Hospital/North Thames rotation, London. (2008-2014)
Fellowship in Vitreoretinal surgery at St Thomas’ Hospital, London (2014-2015)
Senior Fellowship in Vitreoretinal surgery at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London (2015-2016)
Active research interest with publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals and participation in clinical trials.
Reviewer for high-calibre Ophthalmology journals
Dr Eleni Kontou MSc
Dr Kontou is a graduate of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She obtained an MSc in Ophthalmology from the University of Manchester. She specialised in Ophthalmology at General Hospital of Athens "G. Gennimatas".
She has a special interest in Paediatric Ophthalmology. Other areas of practice: Phacoemulsification cataract surgery.
Dr Georgios Kontos MSc
Georgios graduated from the University of Crete, Faculty of Medicine. As a student he attended elective placements in Ophthalmology at the Boston Medical Center and Vancouver General Hospital. He completed his final year clinical placements at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm. Subsequently, he relocated to the United Kingdom where he completed a MSc in Biology of Vision at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology in London. He then embarked on a long journey working and training within the NHS.
Upon completing the foundation programme he was appointed as a Trust grade doctor in Ophthalmology at the Macclesfield District General Hospital. Following that, he held Ophthalmology training positions in Scotland and Wales before acquiring a National Training Number at the Oxford Deanery in 2016, a position he currently holds.
In parallel with his training Georgios completed a PgCert in Medical Education from Cardiff University as well as a Postgraduate diploma in Cataract and Refractive Surgery from Ulster University. At present he is an MBA candidate at Warwick Business School.
Georgios is enthusiastic about surgery and aspires to become a comprehensive anterior segment surgeon. He is a co-founder of the Oxford Eye Surgery brand. Dr Kontos has published a small number of scientific articles and has acted as a reviewer in relevant topics. His stem cell research Masters dissertation project at UCL Institute of Ophthalmolohy was presented in ARVO conferences.
Georgios is an early adopter of all things technology. He is passionate about computer system building and mobile devices. He enjoys playing video games and collecting associated memorabilia. In addition, he likes travelling, cooking and scuba diving.