Ore-Ofe Adesina earned his medical degree at the University of Oklahoma College
of Medicine in Oklahoma
City. He completed a residency at the Dean McGee Eye Institute, University of
fellowship in neuro-ophthalmology at the Moran Eye Center, University of Utah;
and a preceptorship in oculoplastics and orbital surgery at the Moran Eye
Board-certified in ophthalmology, Dr.
Adesina’s clinical interests include neuro-ophthalmology, general ophthalmology
and oculoplastics, with a focus on diseases affecting the optic nerves and
orbit. He serves as a clinical assistant professor of ophthalmology at the University
of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) Medical School. He has been in practice at the Robert Cizik
Eye Clinic at UTHealth since 2013. He treats patients of all ages, preferably
six and older, and speaks Spanish.
a specialist in the evaluation and treatment of patients with vision problems
related to the nervous system, Dr. Adesina works in collaboration with
neuroradiologists, neurosurgeons, neurologists and ear-nose-throat specialists to
provide the best care to patients with neuro-ophthalmic diseases: visual, eye
movement, eyelid, and pupillary disturbances arising from optic neuritis,
ischemic optic neuropathy, pseudo tumor cerebri, central nervous system tumors
and strokes, trauma, cranial nerve palsies causing double vision, myasthenia
gravis and thyroid-related eye disease.
Adesina often sees patients with problems that have not been solved elsewhere. He
treats patients individually as if they were family members, taking time to
find out what is going on and helping them understand their sometimes-complicated
conditions so they clearly understand them.
A resident of the southwest suburbs, Dr. Adesina is married
and the father of a young son. Outside
of his practice, he enjoys soccer, basketball and watching movies.