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vision problems related to optic nerve function

Blurred Vision and Loss of Visual Field

“My 14-year-old son had a bicycle accident, banged his head on the left side by the eye, and almost lost all of his vision. The doctors in the hospital said that it was a contusion of the optic nerve. He was put in the hospital for one week and given medication, which resulted in no improvement in my son’s vision. I heard about the neurotherapy training from a friend, and brought my son in for an evaluation. I am very happy to say that after the training, 90% of his vision was restored. When I brought him back to the original doctor for a check-up, he was amazed; but he said it was a delayed reaction to the medication. However, I know better, as I witnessed my son’s vision actually improve during the training sessions. He is back in school and is doing very well.” Rabbi S.L.

“I had a stroke in my left eye where I could hardly see a hand waving in front of me. My eye doctor told me that there was nothing that could be done - I would have to get used to not being able to see. My son suggested that I try some of the special training. After 15 training sessions, my vision was back to what it was before the stroke.” Mrs. L.C., retired nurse