Dr. Digvijay Singh has nearly fifteen years of experience in the field of ophthalmology. He received his training from AIIMS. New Delhi, the apex medical institute in India. He has a special interest in the fields of glaucoma, neuro-ophthalmology, paediatric ophthalmology and squint. He is regarded as one of the top neuro-ophthalmologists in Gurugram. His vast experience in managing cases of squint in children and adults has led him to be considered one of the best squint specialist in gurugram and Delhi. He has a keen interest in glaucoma and has managed several thousand patients with glaucoma through medicine, laser and glaucoma surgery. He is among the best glaucoma specialists in gurugram and Delhi NCR. He is a fellowship trained paediatric ophthalmologist and is among the few consultant ophthalmologist for kids in Gurugram and Delhi NCR. He is trusted by his patients to provide best eye care treatment in an ethical and evidence based manner. This has helped him become one of the best ophthalmologists in Gurgaon. He is the recipient of many awards such as Gold Medal in Surgery, New Zealand High Commissioners prize, Sorel Catherine Freyman Prize and over 20 more.
In his last 12+ years, practicing as an ophthalmologist, he has established himself as the best ophthalmologist in Gurgaon. He has been an active researcher with 75 publications to his credit including 20 book chapters and a book on glaucoma. He has been an invited faculty and speaker in various global and national conferences and has delivered over 100 lectures. He has been a national and international level instructor. The supremacy of Dr. Digvijay Singh, ophthalmologist doctor Gurugram, can be seen in his publications. Among various ophthalmologists, Dr. Digvijay Singh marked his name as the best ophthalmologist in Gurgaon.
On top of all this, Dr. Digvijay Singh is a person of few words who effortlessly commits to his work, keeps up to date on knowledge and makes his patients comfortable. He is also famous for his abilities to understand the agonies of his patients and their caregivers. He brilliantly speaks three languages, Punjabi, Hindi, and English.
English, Hindi, Punjabi
- Pediatric Ophthalmology
Affiliations (Professional Memberships) & Certifications
- All India Ophthalmological Society
- Glaucoma Society of India
- Strabismus and Pediatric OphthalmologySsociety of India
- Indian Neuro-ophthalmology Society
- Young Ophthalmologists Society of India
- Dr Atma Prakash Gold Medal in Surgery
- New Zealand High Commisioners prize Sorel Catherine Freyman Prize in Pediatrics and 17 more
- Saxena R, Singh D, Jethani J, Sharma P, Sinha R, Sharma N, et al. Pediatric ophthalmology, strabismus and neuro-ophthalmology practice in the COVID-19 era: AIOS guidelines. Indian J Ophthalmol 2020;68
- Saxena R, Singh D, Sharma M, James M, Sharma P, Menon V. Steroids versus No Steroids in Nonarteritic Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Ophthalmology. 2018 Oct;125(10):1623-1627.
- Saxena R, Sharma M, Singh D, Sharma P. Full tendon medial transposition of lateral rectus with augmentation sutures in cases of complete third nerve palsy. Br J Ophthalmol. 2018 Jun;102(6):715-717.
- Pillay G, Ganger A, Singh D, Bhatia R, Sharma P, Menon V, Saxena R. Retinal nerve fiber layer and ganglion cell layer changes on optical coherence tomography in early multiple sclerosis and optic neuritis cases. Indian J Ophthalmol. 2018 Jan;66(1):114-119.
- Singh D, Phuljhele S, Sharma R, Saxena R, Sharma P, Menon V. Clinical Spectrum of Pediatric Optic Neuritis in Indian Children. The Ophthalmology Open Journal. 2017;2. 20-26.
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Fellowship and Observership
FAICO (Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus)