Dr Nisha Sachdev offers specialist diagnostic assessment and management of childhood strabismus.

What is strabismus?

Strabismus is misalignment of the eyes, where one eye can be turned in towards the nose or turned out. This can in some cases, but not all, produce double vision.

What happens in childhold strabismus?

For children with strabismus, the eye can turn in (esotropia) or turn out (exotropia). There are multiple causes of both of these, and multiple treatment options available.

What is the treatment for childhold strabismus?

In some cases, glasses may help, however, in others surgery is the only option.

To determine what is appropriate, your child's eyes will be thoroughly assessed during your clinic appointment.

To learn more about preparing for your child's appointment, please click here  

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Leichhardt NSW 2040

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