A squint, also known as strabismus, occurs when a person’s eyes don’t align correctly, causing them to look in different directions. While commonly found in children, it can develop at any age. Fortunately, corrective lenses and various treatments are available to address this condition and improve eye alignment. Squint eye treatment involves corrective measures to realign misaligned eyes. It aims to enhance coordination and vision. Squint eyes may stem from refractive errors or, impacting eye alignment. The treatment approach varies based on individual needs and severity. At Sanjeevan for Perfect Eyesight, we achieve a 100% correction of the Squint eye using integrated methods. These methods naturally realign an individual’s eyes without resorting to invasive procedures that may not guarantee the prevention of future occurrences of squint eye. While surgical approaches have their advantages and disadvantages, they can often result in physical discomfort and are not considered a permanent solution. 

Squint Eye Treatment at Sanjeevan for Perfect Eyesight

Squint, also known as Strabismus, is a prevalent eye condition causing misalignment of the eyes, often leading to complications. It manifests in various types, tailored to each individual. At Sanjeevan, our approach to treating Squint is non-surgical, and personalized to each person’s needs. We prioritize methods that avoid physical harm, focusing on holistic, non-invasive techniques. This ensures effective treatment without adverse effects, addressing the condition’s complexities while providing individualized care. At Sanjeevan, our focus is on providing safe, personalized, and integrative solutions for Squint Eye, enabling individuals to achieve visual alignment and improve overall eye health. Since 2004, we have utilized non-invasive methods to treat squint, resulting in over 4000+ patients across 27+ countries experiencing 100% success with our holistic approach.

Treatment Procedure of Strabismus (Squint) Eye at Sanjeevan for Perfect Eyesight  

Squint is actually a symptom of an underlying cause which can be a dysfunction of the extra ocular muscles, or the nerves controlling them or amblyopia or in severe cases even Anisometropia.  Sanjeevan provides strabismus or squint treatment without surgery that helps improve the co-ordination between the extra ocular muscles which in turn helps in proper binocular vision and improved depth perception. The co-ordination of the extra ocular muscles with our treatment also corrects Diplopia (double vision). This would also eventually avoid the brain to shut down the bad eye or lazy eye (Amblyopia). Our treatment helps in the conditioning of the nerves responsible for the extra ocular muscles and also the strengthening of the extra ocular muscles. The patients also see improvement in his/her vision during the course of the treatment.

  1. Vision Therapy: Vision therapy is the scientific method that has been combined with several scientific eye exercises that can stimulate the eye muscles and eye alignment naturally. In vision therapy, several activities have been done such as Palming, Ball swing, light swing, candle concentration, and many other techniques that can enhance an individual’s visual perception and eye alignment. 
  2. Electro-Acupuncture (If Advised): Electro-Acupuncture for squint eye is effective in improving eye alignment and reducing the severity of squint. Stimulating specific electro-acupuncture points helps relax and strengthen the eye muscles, leading to better eye coordination. Additionally, electro-acupuncture can improve blood circulation to the eyes, promoting overall eye health and reducing eye strain. Overall, acupuncture offers a non-invasive and holistic approach to managing squint eye, complementing traditional treatment methods for better outcomes.
  3. Natural Nutritional Supplements: Natural nutritional supplements include natural ingredients to enhance the eye health of an individual these include Lutin, Aloe barbadensis, zeaxanthin, etc. By providing essential nutrients and antioxidant support, these supplements may aid in improving eye coordination and muscle strength, complementing traditional treatment methods and promoting better visual outcomes. 

Success Rate

Sanjeevan for Perfect Eyesight boasts a remarkable 100% success rate in treating squint eye disorder. Since 2004, patients of all ages have experienced significant improvements in vision alignment through our natural and integrated treatment methods. From day one of treatment, patients witness positive results and adherence to good eye habits further strengthens visual functions. Our comprehensive approach ensures sustained improvement, with rare instances of relapse after completing the treatment plan. With a focus on personalized care and effective techniques, we have consistently delivered successful outcomes, instilling confidence in our patients and their families.

Strabismus (Squint) Eye Results and Success Stories 

  • Diagnosed with squint eye at the age of 22, Abhay Sinha sought treatment at Sanjeevan for eye alignment. Despite being informed by several doctors that his left eye was severely damaged and unlikely to improve, Abhay remained determined. Upon commencing treatment at Sanjeevan, he experienced a noticeable improvement in both eye alignment and vision in the left eye within just 15 days. This transformation brought hope and relief to Abhay, marking a significant milestone in his journey towards better visual health.
  • At the age of 18, Abdul Wase Khan was diagnosed with a squint eye. His journey was filled with many ups and downs, including several doctors stating that he was unfit and couldn’t overcome the squint eye. However, when he began treatment at Sanjeevan, he started noticing changes within 20 days, thanks to the integrated methods and vision therapy. His dream was to enter the field of aviation, and after completing his treatment, he successfully got selected in the aviation industry.
  • Arav Lahir, a 10-year-old child, was diagnosed with a squint eye. His parents have noticed a significant improvement in their child’s vision after receiving treatment here at Sanjeevan.

Cost of Strabismus (Squint) Eye in India 

The cost of treating Squint eye in India can vary widely depending on several factors. These include the severity of the condition, the patient’s medical history, the chosen treatment method, and the geographical location. Individuals with less severe cases or minimal medical needs may incur lower expenses, while those with more complex conditions or additional medical requirements may face higher costs. Access to healthcare facilities and insurance coverage also impact the financial burden of Squint eye treatment. Therefore, it is important to take these factors into account when estimating the associated costs of managing this condition.

What is Strabismus (Squint)?

Strabismus is a vision disorder wherein there is problem with the alignment of the eyes and they point in different directions. It is a condition in which both eyes won’t align simultaneously under normal conditions. One or both of the eyes may turn in, out, up or down. One eye may seem to be looking in a straight direction, while the other eye turns inward, outward, upward, or downward. This could be consistently seen, or it may come and go and the eye that is straight may switch or alternate with the eye that is misaligned.
Strabismus in children does not go away without treatment and it is treatable in adults. Around 5 percent of all children show some type or degree of strabismus and they may initially have double vision due to the misalignment of the two eyes in relation to one another. In order to avoid double vision, the brain will eventually disregard or suppress the image of one eye.

Types of Strabismus (Squint):

Out of the many different types of strabismus, most commonly observed are Exotropia, Esotropia, Hypotropia and Hypertropia.

  • Exotropia: Exotropia is the outward turning of the eyes
  • Esotropia: Esotropia is inward turning of the eyes, also known as “crossed eyes”. Infantile esotropia, accommodative esotropia, and sixth nerve palsy are the types of esotropia. 
  • Hypotropia:  Hypotropia is the vertical misalignment. Hypotropia is when the abnormal eye is lower than the normal eye.
  • Hypertropia: Hypertropia is also the vertical misalignment. Hypertropia is when the abnormal eye is higher than the normal eye.

Causes of Strabismus (Squint):  

Majority of strabismus is the outcome of an abnormality of the poorly understood neuromuscular control of eye movement and less commonly, a problem with the actual eye muscle causes strabismus. Strabismus is usually genetically caused, however it can be acquired as well, in case of any head injuries, where the nerves responsible for eye movement and eye muscles are damaged.

Symptoms of Strabismus include:

  • Double vision
  • Eyes that do not align in the same direction
  • Eye movement that is not coordinated
  • Loss of vision or depth perception
  • Crossed eyes

These symptoms may be present throughout or may appear intermittently.

Diagnosis of Strabismus  (Squint)

The health care provider will do a detailed physical examination of the eyes to determine to what extent the eyes are misaligned:

  • Corneal light reflex
  • Cover/uncover test
  • Retinal exam
  • Standard ophthalmic exam
  • Visual acuity

A brain and nervous system (neurological) exam will also be done.

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