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How Do I Measure Improvements in Vision?

By Carlyle Coash /

On Episode 15 of the Better Eye Health Podcast, Dr. Miller is asked about how to measure improvements in vision as you do the Better Eye Health Program. There are conventional and unconventional ways to do this and Dr. Miller shares these for the listeners on the call. Whether the treatment is for Retinitis Pigmentosa, Macular Degeneration […]

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The Reality of Macular Pseudoholes

By Carlyle Coash /

On Episode 19 of the Better Eye Health Podcast, Dr. Miller looks at the issue of Macular Pseudoholes and the reality of what it means to have degeneration of the eye. He also talks about the role of genetic testing in this matter.  As always you will find the link to the Podcast, as well as the […]

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Macular Degeneration Treatment with Nutrients and Micro Current Electricity

By Carlyle Coash /

This paper from 1998 presents data from clinicians using a program very similar to the program pioneered by Grace Halloran PhD. This study follows and continues another study we present elsewhere from 1993 by Dr. Michael and Dr. Allen. In this study, there was some refinement of the supplement protocol, and people were treated with either the Electro-Acuscope or […]

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Microcurrent Stimulation in the Treatment of Dry and Wet Macular Degeneration

By Carlyle Coash /

In this 2015 study published in the journal Clinical Ophthalmology we see a small study with 15 people with both wet and dry macular degeneration. If you are considering a program utilizing microcurrent stimulation you will be pleased with the results shown in this study. Only microcurrent stimulation was used in this study and treatments were only done once a week. Still, some improvement […]

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ScyFIX work regarding MCS and treatment of Macular Degeneration

By Carlyle Coash /

The following summary of the research on the use of microcurrent stimulation in the treatment of retinal disease is from the company ScyFIX, and was part of their submission to the FDA in an attempt to gain approval for a clinical trial that would allow them to market a unit for eye treatment.   They refer to studies done […]

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