New Podcast: Role of Microcurrent Stimulation in the Better Eye Health Program

As part of our ongoing series of podcasts, we have a talk Dr. Miller gave at the Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine (ACIM). In it he explores the history of the Better Eye Health Program and the role of Microcurrent Stimulation (MCS) plays in the treatment. He talks about the developer of the program, Grace Halloran, and how she had success with and without the use of MCS. The talk is comprehensive and full of good information.

We will also be adding a video version of the talk, with slides from the talk. Stay tuned for this and more podcasts and presentations in the future. There is Hope for Sight.

BETTER EYE HEALTH PODCAST

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National Institutes of Health Consensus Development Statement on Acupuncture

A number of years ago the NIH expressed their opinions about the efficacy of acupuncture and acupressure. Below is an overview of that statements and their findings. It was heartening to read that the NIH supports the basic methods that the Acu-Eye© Points are derived from. 


NOTE: Click on the image of the article to open it in another window where you can read it online. Some files may not be available for download for copyright reasons.


The Stimulation of Additional Points to Enhance the Treatment of Macular Degeneration and Other Retinal Diseases

This is a scientific study connected to the Acu-Eye© Points and the methods that support them. The points draw their origins from acupressure and acupuncture locations along the face, head and ear regions of the body.


NOTE: Click on the image of the article to open it in another window where you can read it online. Some files may not be available for download for copyright reasons. 


Results of the Application of the Method of Transcutaneous Electrostimulation of the Visual System in Ophthalmology

If you have a problem with your optic nerve you’ll be very interested in knowing that the therapies that we use, mostly for the treatment of retinal disease in the United States have proven very effective in treating optic nerve disease. Much of this research has, and continues to come from Russia and other parts of the former Soviet Union.
 
This review article by E.B. Kompaneets was translated by us and shows that microcurrent stimulation therapy using a device developed during the Soviet era has been quite effective in all manner of optic nerve disease, including trauma. We first became aware of these Soviet devices through the orthopedic doctors. (Recall that some of the earliest work in this country on microcurrent stimulation was by the orthopedic surgeon Robert Becker, MD)
 
In our practice we have had some limited experience working with people with optic nerve disease, especially that caused by glaucoma and indeed we have seen improvements when people apply the therapies in the better eye health program. Grace Halloran PhD included some people with glaucoma in her study from 1997 which we have included in a separate post.

NOTE: Click on the image of the article to open it in another window where you can read it online. Some files may not be available for download for copyright reasons. 


Restoration of Vision After Optic Nerve Lesions with Non-Invasive Transorbital Alternating Current Stimulation: A Clinical Observational Study

This is from Brain Stimulation Journal published by Elsevier. It is from work done by the Polenov Russian Neurosurgical Institute in St. Petersburg Russia, as well as the Mechnikov Medical Academy Department of Neurology in St Petersburg Russia and the Institute of Medical Psychology at Otto von Guericke University in Magdeburg Germany.


NOTE: Click on the image of the article to open it in another window where you can read it online. Some files may not be available for download for copyright reasons. 


Repetitive Transorbital Alternating Current Stimulation in Optic Neuropathy

This is an article published in NeuroRehabilitation by IOS Press. it is from work done at the Otto Von Guericke University of Magdeburg, Institute of Medical Psychology and EBS Technologies.


NOTE: Click on the image of the article to open it in another window where you can read it online. Some files may not be available for download for copyright reasons. 


Non-Invasive Transorbital Alternating Current Stimulation Improves Subjective Visual Functioning and Vision-Related Quality Of Life in Optic Neuropathy

Printed in the Brain Stimulation Journal published by Elsevier. University of Magdeburg, Institute of Medical Phychology – Magdeburg Germany. As well as EBS Technologies and the Department of Neurology, Charie Campus Mitte – Berlin Germany. 


NOTE: Click on the image of the article to open it in another window where you can read it online. Some files may not be available for download for copyright reasons. 


Non-Invasive Alternating Current Stimulation Improves Visio in Optic Neuropathy

A research paper published in the Journal for Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience from IOS Press. Part of work done at the Institute of Medical Psychology in Magdeburg Germany. Also with EBS Technologies, the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases and the Carl Von Ossietzky University Institute of Psychology – Department of Experimental Psychology. 


NOTE: Click on the image of the article to open it in another window where you can read it online. Some files may not be available for download for copyright reasons. 


Patents for Microcurrent Devices

These are various patents that are connected to microcurrent stimulation units either already developed or in the process of being developed. We provide this as a way to demonstrate how similar these units are and that in the end a fancier machine is not necessarily a better machine. 


NOTE: Click on the image of the article to open it in another window where you can read it online. Some files may not be available for download for copyright reasons. 


Nutritional Supplementation, Electrical Stimulation and Age Related Macular Degeneration

This paper from 1993 presents data from clinicians using a program very similar to be program pioneered by Grace Halloran PhD. Leland Michael,O.D. came to California to learn what Grace was doing and it was from her that he learned about the use of microcurrent stimulation. The only unit available in 1993 was the Electro-Acuscope, and that was the unit used in this study. The MicroStim 100 unit was a portable unit derived from the Electro-Acuscope and it is the latest version of this unit that we are using
today.
 
If you’re like most people considering the Better Eye Health Program you want to know if the techniques work and if they’ll work for you. They work, but only if you do them. We’ve tried to put up as many studies as we can find that describe the results that we and other practitioners have had. The studies all show that these techniques work and that they are safe.
 
What this study shows:
15 of the 25 people in this study showed improved vision using only supplements and electrical stimulation. To put this in perspective, the vast body of scientific research that has been published about macular degeneration shows that if you do only supplements, or if you do nothing, you can at best slow the progression of the disease but you never see improvements. It makes findings like the ones shown in this paper even more remarkable.

NOTE: Click on the image of the article to open it in another window where you can read it online. Some files may not be available for download for copyright reasons. 


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