A graduate of Ben Gurion University located in Beer Sheva, Israel, Dr. Mahler completed his internship in Ophthalmology at Kaplan Hospital in Rehovot, Israel. Today he is a senior ophthalmologist at 'Assaf Harofe' hospital.
Furthermore, Dr. Mahler had his fellowship at the Gimbel medical center, Canada, which is one of the leading centers in the field of cataract and laser surgeries in the world. There he acquired the experience and knowledge up to date in the field of cataract, Intra ocular lens transplantation, Refraction laser surgeries, Wave front technology and additional surgeries in the field of anterior segment.
Dr. Mahler practices refractive cataract surgeries, which enable to remove the cataract and to diminish the need for glasses through advanced lens transplantation.
Dr. Mahler is a member of the Israeli Ophthalmic Society, the American Academy of Ophthalmologists, and the American Association for Cataract Surgeons. He mentors medical students seeking to specialize in Ophthalmology.
Dr. Mahler indicates: “The field of fine surgery in ophthalmic surgery attracted my attention at the very beginning of my career as a physician. This particular specialty is the perfect blend between medicine and art, providing the patient with an ability to visualize the world in a way that was not possible before his surgery. Each time I meet with a patient whose eyesight is sharp and clear without the assistance of glasses or lenses, I feel both professional and personal fulfillment. The combination between professional gratification, understanding patient needs, skilled experience, and the use of progressive state of the art equipment are the keys to ultimately superb surgical results.”
Dr. Mahler is a senior surgeon and manager of the cataract clinic at 'ENAIM' Tel Aviv branch and a senior surgeon at 'Atidim Medical Center', Ramat Hachayal,Tel Aviv.