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When Do You Renew The Carbon Pads?

By Carlyle Coash /

On Episode 25 of the Better Eye Health Podcast, Dr. Miller talks about the use of the carbon pads and microcurrent stimulation and when they need to be replaced. Generally over time the pads become less effective as current can break down the conductivity. Replacing them on occasion can help the process be most effective.  As always […]

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What You Do When You Don’t See Flashing

By Carlyle Coash /

On Episode 22 of the Better Eye Health Podcast, Dr. Miller delves into details regarding the process of using microcurrent stimulation and some of the things you might experience. More specifically he addresses issues connected to seeing flashes, or not seeing flashes, when using the microcurrent machine and what is the normal experience a person should have. […]

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How Much Microcurrent Stimulation Do I Need Every Day?

By Carlyle Coash /

On Episode 14 of the Better Eye Health Podcast, the subject briefly covered is the amount of microcurrent stimulation you need each day for the program and can you do more than what is designated. Dr. Miller talks about this and what is the most effective treatment for the eyes. Macular Degeneration is one of several eye […]

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

By Carlyle Coash /

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 […]

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

By Carlyle Coash /

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. […]

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Non-Invasive Alternating Current Stimulation Improves Vision in Optic Neuropathy

By Carlyle Coash /

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 […]

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Patents for Microcurrent Devices

By Carlyle Coash /

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 […]

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