Dr Rasheena Bansal, Head Paediatric Ophthalmology, Strabismus & Neuro-ophthalmology aims to develop Paediatric Eye Care Services in Delhi and surrounding areas to deal with Childhood Eye Disorders causing visual impairment and Childhood blindness. With advancements in medical care all across the world, a void has been filled with the creation of Paediatric Ophthalmology as a sub-speciality of Ophthalmology for treatment of Childhood eye problems and patients with Squint/ Eye movement disorders. She was awarded Fellowship in Paediatric Ophthalmology, Strabismus (Squint) & Neuro-ophthalmology, by LV Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad, after her post- graduation from Aravind Eye Hospital & Postgraduate Institute of Ophthalmology, Madurai – both Institutes of International repute..
She provides service with a personal touch and refuses to run our services as a business chain.Accordingly we provide seasoned and one to one consultation services to all our patients and divulge all implications of suggested treatment/s to the best of our ability.
Why you need to see a Paediatric Ophthalmologist?
Paediatric Ophthalmology and Squint has been recognized as a distinct Super speciality in the field of Ophthalmology by Vision 2020 “The Right to Sight” Initiative by Government of India, to provide highlight to Childhood blindness.
Childhood blindness refers to a group of diseases affecting children below 16 years of age and early adolescence, which when left untreated results in severe visual impairment, that are likely to be untreatable later in life. There is no age limit of bringing a child for an eye check up.The major causes of Blindness in children vary widely from region to region, the most common being refractive errors, Lazy eye, Corneal problems due to infections, Vitamin A deficiency, Cataract, Glaucoma and Squint.
Early treatment of cataract and glaucoma may help to salvage whatever vision one can, followed by visual rehabilitation. Squint in children can lead to amblyopia, which causes irreversible loss of vision if untreated before the critical period i.e., 8 years of age.
Who is a Paediatric Ophthalmologist?
A Paediatric ophthalmologist and squint specialist is an ophthlamologist who has completed training in paediatric ophthlamology and strabismus. It is duty and responsibility of a Paediatric Ophthalmologist to treat and guide children and parents about various eye disorders. A general ophthalmologist neither has the specialized training nor the equipment to assess the visual needs of a child. We have a well-equipped paediatric eye care unit with a well trained Paedaitric Ophthlamologist and Squint Specialist.
Do get your Childs’ eye checked before 3 years of age
* Vision screening
* Refractive Errors (Glass Check up)
* Amblyopia (Lazy eye)
* Double Vision/ Diplopia (Paralytic Strabismus)
* Tear Duct obstruction (Watering of eyes)
* Eye Allergy
* Paediatric Cataract
* Ptosis (drooping of eyelids)
* Congenital Glaucoma
* Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP)
* Botox Clinic
* Prism Clinic
* Vision Therapy
* Low Vision Aids