Strabismus is a condition in which a person’s eyes are misaligned with each other. It is usually caused by a lack of coordination with the muscles surrounding the eyes, and can lead to a loss of depth perception or inaccurate binocular vision.

The goal for each of our patients who experiences strabismus is the same: we want each one to experience comfortable, clear vision, no matter the direction or distance. Our diagnostic tools are cutting edge, and we offer a range of treatments depending on the needs of the patient. These include eye patches, custom eyeglasses and even surgery.

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Meet our specialists

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Anthony P.
Johnson

Dr. Anthony P. Johnson, M.D.

Certification

Diplomate, American Board of Ophthalmology, 1987

Recertified 2007

Professional Training

Internship Flexible Surgical Greenville Hospital Systems Greenville, South Carolina 1981 – 1982

Ophthalmology – Tulane University Medical School New Orleans, Louisiana 1982 – 1985

Chief Resident – Tulane University Medical School New Orleans, Louisiana 1984 – 1985

Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Zane F. Pollard, M.D. Atlanta, Georgia 1985 - 1986

Staff Appointments

Bon Secours Saint Francis Hospital – Sr. Active Staff

Greenville Hospital System – Sr. Active Staff

Educational Background

Texas Tech University (Chemistry) Lubbock, Texas 1974 – 1977

University of Texas Medical School 1977- 1981 San Antonio, Texas

Medical Licensure

Texas

South Carolina - 2000

Society Affiliations

Fellow, American Academy of Ophthalmology

Fellow, American College of Surgeons

Fellow, American Academy of Pediatrics

Member, American Medical Association

Member, American Association of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus

Member, American Eye Study Club

Member, South Carolina Society of Ophthalmology

Member, South Carolina Medical Association

Member, Greenville County Medical Society

Practice Experience

Greenville 1986-present

Jervey Leadership Founding Member 1994 President 1994 - Present Managing Partner 1995 - Present