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Nadeem Ali: Consultant Ophthalmologist, Squint Specialist, London, UK

Nadeem Ali: Consultant Ophthalmologist, Squint Specialist, London
Nadeem Ali: Consultant Ophthalmologist, Squint Specialist, London, UK

Nadeem Ali is a Consultant Ophthalmologist at the world-renowned Moorfields Eye Hospital, London. He specialises in the treatment of squint and double vision in adults.

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A highly qualified eye surgeon and squint specialist

Mr Nadeem Ali MA MB BChir MRCOphth FRCSEd(Ophth) studied medicine at the University of Cambridge. He completed his general ophthalmic training in the North East of England before undertaking Fellowships in Strabismus, Neuro-Ophthalmology and Paediatric Ophthalmology. He did further Fellowship training at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London and Moorfields Eye Hospital.

He currently works as a full-time NHS Consultant Squint Surgeon and Neuro-Ophthalmologist at Moorfields. In addition, he runs outreach clinics at two other London teaching hospitals, the Royal London Hospital and St George’s Hospital, and conducts research at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. He trains Fellows from the UK and abroad in squint surgery and co-ordinates, teaches and examines the Ophthalmology course for medical students at St George’s Medical School, London.

What is a squint?

A squint is condition where the two eyes are misaligned. The medical term for it is strabismus. People notice it as a turn or a drift in the eye and other people may see that the eyes are pointing in different directions. Some cases are associated with a lazy eye but many are not. People with squints are often troubled by double vision. 

Area of expertise: Advanced squint surgery, treatment of double vision, eye movement disorders

  • squint and lazy eye left over from childhood
  • re-do squint surgery
  • complex squint
  • squint and eye movement problems due to neurological disease (eg nerve palsies, MS, stroke, myasthenia, CPEO)
  • squint and double vision due to thyroid eye disease
  • squint and double vision after trauma (head injury, face fractures)
  • squint and double vision after brain surgery and eye surgery
  • squint in blind eyes
  • unexplained double vision
  • double vision and driving
  • adjustable squint surgery
  • botulinum toxin for squint
  • surgery for nystagmus (wobbly eyes)


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Where can I get private treatment with squint specialist Mr Ali?

Mr Nadeem Ali
The John Saunders Suite
Moorfields Eye Hospital
9-11 Bath Street

Personal website: www.londonsquintclinic.com

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Date of registration:

08 Feb 2001



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