Hello and thanks for your question. Where in South Africa are you located?
Here is a list of eye doctors in Johannesburg:
Monica H Davidovici MBBch
PO Box 1888 Highlands Norta Johannesburg, 2037 South Africa Ph: 27 (11)(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
Jonathan Levin MBBS
PO Box 916 Parklands Johannesburg, 2121 South Africa Ph:NNN-NN-NNNN/p>
And then approximately 65km away in Pretoria you can find these eye doctors:
Petrus N J Gous MBChB
PO Box 56184 Arcadia Pretoria, Gauteng 0007 South Africa Ph: 27 (12)(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
Alic Jacobsz MBChB
Pretoria Eye Instiute Ste 207 Arcadia Pretoria, Gauteng 0083 South Africa Ph: 27 (12)(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
Harold L Konig MD
Pretoria Eye Institute PO Box 56184, Arcadia Pretoria, 0007 South Africa
Kgaogelo Edward Legodi, MD
P O Box 29250 Sunnyside Pretoria, 0132 South Africa Ph: 27 (12)(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
Wezi G Maphenduka MBChB
Eduard G Sevenster BS MBBS
Pretoria Eye Institute XXXXXArcadia Pretoria, 0083 South Africa Ph: 27 (12)(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
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Amongst this list, I'm sorry that many of these listings do not specify what their sub-specialty is. Any ophthalmologist should be able to evaluate him, though, to determine the health of his eyes and whether he needs glasses or not. However, whether any of these are specifically pediatric / strabismus surgeons, I do not know.
That being said, nystagmus, especially that caused by albinism usually is not amenable to surgery; in other words, surgery won't cure this nystagmus. He has it because the vision is likely poor and these eye movements are in response to this poor vision. This may improve over time if / as the vision improves, but surgery to straighten the eyes doesn't usually resolve the nystagmus.
Does that make sense?
There are dozens and dozens in the U.S. What particular city and/or state would you be interested in knowing the location of specialists?
Here is a listing of the pediatric ophthalmology subspecialists in the Connecticut area:
Darron A. Bacal, MD
Tara H. Cronin, MD
64 Laurel Crest Rd Madison, CTNNN-NN-NNNN/p>
Martha XXXXX XXXXX, MD
Christopher J. Kelly, MD
366 Colt Hwy Rte 6 Bldg 2 Farmington, CT 06032 Ph:(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
Andrew J. Levada, MD
Ste 100 1201 W Main St Waterbury, CTNNN-NN-NNNNPh:(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
Paul R. Mitchell, MD
366 Colt Hwy Rte 6 Farmington, CTNNN-NN-NNNNPh:(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
Prasad B. Panthagani, MD, FRCS MRCOphth
Ste B210 701 Cottage Grove Rd Bloomfield, CTNNN-NN-NNNNPh:(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
Elizabeth A. Rocco, MD
Ste 100 XXXXXMiddletown, CTNNN-NN-NNNNPh:(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
Daniel J. Salchow, MD
Ste 3D XXXXXNew Haven, CTNNN-NN-NNNNPh:(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
Peter G. Walden, MD
Bldg 2 366 Colt Hwy Farmington, CTNNN-NN-NNNNPh:(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
I hope that's helpful. do you have any other questions I can address?