Comprehensive Eye Care for People With Neurological Conditions
Neurological disorders of the eye can include sudden vision loss, double vision, loss of color vision and other optic nerve disorders. Strabismus, or misalignment of the eyes, can result from stroke, tumors, trauma, thyroid eye disease or even birth defects.
Our USC Roski Eye Institute neuro-ophthalmology specialists provide the most comprehensive services possible for both neurological conditions that affect vision and for people with strabismus. We specialize in caring for patients with double vision, optic neuritis, thyroid eye disease, idiopathic intracranial hypertension and other conditions.
When you visit us, we will begin with extensive neurological and ophthalmological eye exams. We will also discuss your family and medical history. Neurological conditions can be complex and may require both medical and surgical treatment. Our surgeons specialize in the most complex strabismus surgical procedures. We often operate on individuals who have previously underwent strabismus surgery to correct their misaligned eyes.
Our team will help you understand the cause of your vision issues and can provide a second opinion or treatment.
Why Choose Us for Strabismus or Neuro-Ophthalmology Treatment
Our doctors are board-certified and fellowship-trained subspecialists.
Our team is trained in the most complex surgical techniques to treat strabismus.
We offer a wide range of treatments, from anti-inflammatory medications to botulinum toxin injections or surgery.
We use the latest technology to diagnose complex disorders that affect both vision and eye movements.