Dr Brad Bowling
Eye Surgeon

July 2020
Full COVID-19 precautions reinstated
Due to the spike in coronavirus cases in NSW, we've tightened our COVID-19 precautions once again; this could add to delays in clinics. Thanks for your understanding.
 
May 2020
Limited loosening of coronavirus restrictions
Surgery has been resumed on a limited basis, but clinic restrictions remain in place as before, with strict limits on patient numbers, active social distancing, sanitizing and physical barriers.

23 March 2020
COVID-19 precautions
Whilst we're remaining open, in the context of the current coronavirus crisis, Dr Bowling has suspended surgery. The practice remains open with substantial anti-contagion precautions in place, and only for urgent patients.

31 August 2016
Book translations
With the announcement of a French language version, the latest edition of 'Kanski's Clinical Ophthalmology' by Brad Bowling has now been contracted for publication in seven languages besides English.

11 July 2016
Book review
Kind review of the 8th edition of 'Kanski's Clinical Ophthalmology' by Brad Bowling in the journal 'Clinical and Experimental Optometry' by A/Prof Mark Roth of Melbourne University. Read here

15 Jan 2016
Practice move to Wollongong complete
We're excited to announce that our move from Woonona to new premises at 76-78 Auburn Street took place over the week of 11-15 January. Our purpose-built clinic features state-of-the-art facilities and equipment and will enable us to continue to offer the highest possible standard of medical service. Fantastic work by the team at Piruse Constructions (link).

Ophthalmology Review | 21 November 2015
Kanski's Clinical Ophthalmology - A Systematic Approach
Always great to see interested and motivated readers giving up their time to write in detail about the text - very much appreciated. In Optometry and Vision Science, the Journal of the American Academy of Optometry. Read here

Glycosmedia | 28 June 2015
Review of the 8th edition
We're grateful to Glycosmedia for taking the trouble to write about the book. Read here

Elsevier | May 2015
8th edition of 'Clinical Ophthalmology' published
After three years of research, writing and image preparation, the latest edition is finally available! Amazon (US) page8th edition of 'Clinical Ophthalmology' published After three years of research, writing and image preparation, the latest edition is finally available!

Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology | March 2014
Cystoid diabetic maculopathy in a diabetic patient following selective laser trabeculoplasty
Peer-reviewed article in the leading Australian and New Zealand ophthalmology journal.

mivision | 23 June 2013
The ever shifting line in the sand
Discussion of the organisation of glaucoma care (including comments by Dr Brad Bowling). Read here

mivision | 27 May 2013
A bundle of attractions at ODMA 2013
'Twelve widely respected speakers - including author, educator and Kanski collaborator Dr Brad Bowling...'. Read here

mivision | 20 May 2013
Glaucoma management: real issues yet to be debated
Discussion of shared glaucoma care between optometrists and ophthalmologists (including Brad Bowling comments).
Read here

insight | May 2013
ODMA Conference, Brisbane 2013 'The other standout is an interactive quiz session on case studies, conducted by Dr Brad Bowling, co-author of Clinical Ophthalmology...' Read more (page 25)

Elsevier website | 28 September 2012
Elsevier congratulates its British Medical Association award-winning authors
Elsevier is pleased to announce that 19 of its professional and scholarly products were honoured at the annual BMA Medical Book Competition ceremony in London on the 13th September 2012. Read more

mivision | 27 June 2012
Kanski author shifts to Australia
Dr. Brad Bowling, co-author of the leading textbook, ‘Clinical Ophthalmology: A Systematic Approach’, used by the majority of ophthalmology trainees and a favourite of many optometrists, has moved permanently to Australia. Read more