Esotropia Stories

Esotropia is a type of strabismus in which one eye points in toward the nose while the other eye points straight ahead. This can be very obvious or very subtle. This condition may be intermittent (present sometimes but not at other times) or constantly present. This condition may be one-sided (unilateral) so the same eye always turns or it may be alternating where sometimes the right eye is turned in while the left eye is straight ahead and other times the left eye is turned in while the right eye is straight ahead.

Reagan W.

Reagan W.

Mom Says: "Reagan also has an easier time with reading and math comprehension. Something we didn’t realize was related to her vision." Conveniently located in Omaha, Heartland Eye Consultants is a regional, specialty eye and vision care center serving all of Eastern...

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Aiden M.

Aiden M.

Aiden Says: "I’ve noticed that I have a lot better side vision. I also have noticed that I have better depth perception. I can catch things better and also throw things and hit what I was aiming for." Heartland Eye Consultants offers...

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Will D.

Will D.

Mom says: "Vision Therapy has helped Will tremendously. He will now sit and read without me asking! His focus has improved and he is more engaged in the learning activities at school. " Heartland Eye Consultants offers...

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Caden B.

Caden B.

Mom Says: "After vision therapy we feel like Caden is more confident and enjoys the freedom that contact lenses have given him." Heartland Eye Consultants offers...

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Xylia G.

Xylia Says:"Before vision therapy I couldn’t see 3D shapes. Now I can control my eyes crossing and straightening to see 3D images in books. Those books are fun now." Heartland Eye Consultants offers...

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Conveniently located in Omaha, Heartland Eye Consultants is a regional, specialty eye and vision care center serving all of Eastern Nebraska and Western Iowa, including but not limited to Council Bluffs, Lincoln, Sioux City, IA, South Sioux City, NE, Norfolk, NE and surrounding towns. Call us at (402) 493-6500

9900 Nicholas Street, Suite 250
Omaha, NE 68114

Phone: (402)493-6500
Fax: (402)493-4370