Serving the
Cumberland, MD, Area

Experienced Eye Specialist Providing Quality Services

When you need specialized eye care in the Cumberland, MD, area, give Queen City Ophthalmology a call. Dr. Wendye VanBrakle and her staff provide knowledgeable, experienced diagnosis, treatment, and surgical solutions for a variety of eye problems. At Queen City Ophthalmology, our staff strives to work as a team to deliver exceptional eye care for you and your family in a comfortable environment. We want you to remember us not only for quality eye care but for the consideration with which care was given.

Contact Queen City Ophthalmology, located in the Johnson Heights Medical Building, 625 Kent Ave, Suite 201 Cumberland, MD. We are here to provide you with treatment and solutions for your vision issues. Give us a call to schedule an appointment with Dr. VanBrakle or one of her colleagues: (301) 722-2050.

Treating a Variety of Eye Diseases and Problems

  • Allergies of the Eye
  • Cataracts Surgery
  • Corneal Disease
  • Diabetic Eye Disease Diagnosis
  • Diabetic Eye Disease Treatment
  • Diabetic Retinopathy Treatment
  • Dry Eye Treatment
  • Eye Injuries
  • Foreign Bodies in the Eye
  • Glaucoma Treatment
  • Growths on the Eye
  • Growths on the Eyelid
  • Macular Degeneration Diagnosis
  • Macular Degeneration Treatment
  • Retinal Detachment Diagnosis
  • And More!

Queen City Ophthalmology: Your Dry Eye Specialists

If you suffer from dry eye, you are not alone. A normal part of the aging process, dry eye syndrome is most common in older people, but it does have other causes. If you suffer from dry, itchy, irritated eyes, it may be time for you to visit the dedicated dry eye specialists at Queen City Ophthalmology.

Our team can determine the exact cause of your dry eye and prescribe a medication or treatment that can provide all-day comfort and healthy eyes.

Providing Quality Treatment and Surgery for Glaucoma and Cataracts

Both glaucoma and cataracts are conditions that can appear as you age. If you have a history of either of these diseases in your family, it is important to have a complete eye exam performed regularly by an experienced and knowledgeable ophthalmologist. At Queen City Ophthalmology, we can diagnose and treat your glaucoma and cataracts and minimize the vision loss you experience.

Visit Us for Macular Degeneration Treatment

According to the CDC, age-related macular degeneration is among the leading causes of blindness and low vision in older adults. Whether you have “dry” form or “wet” form macular degeneration, it is important that you work with a skilled ophthalmologist to develop a treatment plan to minimize vision loss.

Your trusted doctor at Queen City Ophthalmology can help monitor your vision if you have either form of macular degeneration.

Get Solutions for Your Diabetic Eye Disease

If you have diabetes, you may also experience eye problems known collectively as diabetic eye disease. One of the most common forms of diabetic eye disease is diabetic retinopathy, which is a condition where blood vessels in the retina swell. If you have any form of diabetic eye disease, Dr. VanBrakle and her staff are here to help.

The experienced team at Queen City Ophthalmology can diagnose and treat your diabetic eye disease while monitoring your vision to ensure you do not lose your sight.