- Retina and Vitreous
After receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Physiology, Dr. Colleaux entered the College of Medicine at the University of Saskatchewan. He received his medical degree (MD) with distinction in 1994. Dr. Colleaux was accepted into the Ophthalmology residency training program at the University of Saskatchewan and completed a five year residency in 1999. Following this, Dr. Colleaux held an intensive one year fellowship appointment in Vitreoretinal Diseases and Surgery at the University of British Columbia. Feeling a commitment to the people of Saskatchewan, Dr. Colleaux returned to Saskatoon to establish a practice in July of 2000.
Dr. Colleaux is a member of the Saskatchewan Medical Association, Canadian Medical Association, Canadian Ophthalmological Society, and the American Academy of Ophthalmology. He has authored papers in peer reviewed journals and continues to have an interest in clinical research while maintaining a busy clinical and surgical practice.
Dr. Colleaux practices full time at the Saskatoon City Hospital Eye Centre. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology, University of Saskatchewan. His expertise and interest in vitreoretinal diseases and surgery provide the foundation of his practice including diabetic retinopathy, posterior uveitis, macular diseases and surgery, and retinal detachments. Particular areas of interest include surgery for complex retinal detachments, and management of macular degeneration including laser, photodynamic therapy, and surgical options.