All posts in " science "
Share

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

By Carlyle Coash

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 […]

Share

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 […]

Share

Bioelectrical Stimulation in An Integrated Treatment for Macular Degeneration, Retinitis Pigmentosa, Glaucoma, CMV-Retinitis & Diabetic Retinopathy

By Carlyle Coash

This study is a follow-up to the previous study published by Grace from the late 1980s. In this study she partnered with an ophthalmologist in San Francisco and over two years they studied people with a variety of diagnoses, showing significant improvements in vision for all diagnoses and in about 85% of the people they worked with. This was a tightly […]

Share

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 as part […]