by Dr. Kondrot | Jan 3, 2018 | Glaucoma, Holistic Glaucoma Treament | 7 comments
Glaucoma treatments boil down to one core process: improving optic nerve function. Healthy optic tract function can be achieved through different treatment options. For people who are looking for an alternative way to improve and restore their eyesight, we will also discuss a homeopathic option that could work in accordance with medical treatment plans.
Improving Optic Nerve Function: Doing It Safely
Glaucoma Treatment Options
There are many ways to improve the optic nerve function of people who suffer from glaucoma. Doctors usually suggest the following treatment options:
- Eye drops/topical medication – medications such as Timololand Dorzolamide relieve pressure inside the eye
- Pills – Medications such asNeptazaneand Diamoxare carbonic anhydrase inhibitorsthat are clinically established anti-glaucoma agents
- Surgery – Surgical procedures such as trabeculectomy, tube-shunt surgery, and laser trabeculoplasty aim to improve glaucoma sufferers’ optic nerve function by relieving intraocular pressure
Possible Side Effects of Medications
Clinical procedures and medications come with their own downsides. Every pill is accompanied by a side effect, and surgeries do not carry a 100% guarantee of success. In addition, complications such as severe pain, eye bleeding, and infection could develop, not to mention the cost of the procedure. It’s important to discuss every option with your doctor.
While there is no substitute for the continued medical care and regular consultation with your ophthalmologist, there are homeopathic alternatives that could work in conjunction with, or completely replace conventional treatment.Dr. Kondrot’s Advanced Glaucoma Protocol is one such treatment: a non-invasive and natural way to help heal your eyes.
Healing the Eye Naturally
Dr. Edward Kondrot, the world’s leading homeopathic ophthalmologist, has devoted his entire practice to developing alternative options for treating eye diseases (you can read his bio here). He has developed an Advanced Glaucoma Protocol that promotes optic nerve function and supports excellent vision while guarding against vision loss. Moreover, the protocol is designed to guard against oxidative stress and environmental toxins.
The Optic Nerve Support, the most crucial part of the protocol, contains the following ingredients:
- Vitamin B12 – for the reparation and protection of the optic nerve
- Choline – promotes the production of healthy tissues
- CoQ10 – also known as coenzyme Q, a precursor to energy production
- Lutein – a carotenoid vitamin that helps promote eyesight
- A unique blend of vitamins that support optic nerve function
Optic Nerve Support does not contain dairy, yeast, corn, sodium, and preservative ingredients. The protocol also includes a bottle of Ocular Function Spray and Homeopathic Glaucoma Tissue Salt. In addition, the protocol works best with other products and treatment regimens from Dr. Kondrot’s healing programs. The entire protocol costs $159.00.
Click here to order Dr. Kondrot’s Glaucoma Protocol
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If you or your loved ones suffer from glaucoma, it’s important to take every approach available to you. Furthermore, along with a healthy lifestyle and better food choices, beating glaucoma can be a holistic journey that leads to not only the improvement of optic nerve function but overall wellness.
Do you have any questions about glaucoma or Dr. Kondrot’s Advanced Glaucoma Protocol? Please share them in the comments section below.
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Robyn Fleming on May 16, 2018 at 1:07 pm
Hi, I am wondering if your treatment protocols are effective for optic nerve damage caused by TBI? My son was in a catastrophic auto accident, where he was ejected from the vehicle and took direct impact to the left side of his head. We have been told the swelling of/in the brain, placed excessive pressure on his optic nerve on the left, and the damage is permanent.
My son survived the accident, woke from his coma, has learned to walk, swallow, and speak!!!….I don’t believe in “No chance of/Hope for” or “permanent damage,” and my son is proving that neither does he!!! Any suggestions would be welcome.
Dr. Kondrot on May 30, 2018 at 10:02 am
The best way we can determine if your son would benefit form our treatments is to get in contact with our office and send over recent records form his current ophthalmologist for Dr.Kondrot to review. Please call 1(800)430-9328.
Charlotte Bice on July 7, 2018 at 2:36 am
I had years ago, back in 2000 what they thought was optic neuritis. I was told they didn’t do anything for it and they used to give intravenous treatment before but they found out whether they did the intravenous treatment or not, your eye sight would return in around 6 weeks. Six weeks later, mine didn’t, and hasn’t to this day. I saw a neuro-opthamologist, one of a handful in the U.S., in Dallas, Texas and all he could do for me was to put me on an aspirin (325mg.) for the rest of my life. I finally quit taking the aspirin (enteric coated ones) several years back. I’ve done the EDTA chelation – just took one capsule 600 mg. a day at bedtime for 13 months; and can tell it has helped my eye a little bit. I was told this was a permanent condition that I would have to live with and I have been. The chelation I did with the EDTA, was because of my left carotid artery being clogged and it was in the red “significant” range. It went back to normal as well as my PAD result went from mild to normal. So I know this stuff works! Just wondering if there’s anything else I can do to help my situation where I can see better – maybe some herbs or do some more EDTA, perhaps in a higher dose (or suppositories, which I’ve heard work real well and better than the oral EDTA). Please let me know and there’s no doctors here close where I live to ask about any of this; and especially any that believe there’s an alternative way to cure anything! Even our family doctor told us to come pick up our records and find another doctor when he realized we were doing a lot of the all natural herbs and alternative things to better our health.
Edie on August 10, 2018 at 8:50 am
Why isn’t the fact that excessive alcohol consumption can damage the optic nerve been more widely publicized? It is my understanding that alcohol can prevent the live from processing necessary vitamins. In the case of damage to the optic nerve due to the consumption of alcohol, can the optic nerve been restored?
Dr. Kondrot on August 10, 2018 at 3:59 pm
Edie, We have much success with restoring the optic nerve to a healthy state. Our microcurrent therapy is very successful in repairing optic nerve damage. Stimulating cellular activity and balancing the autonomic nervous system.For information on how to get started please contact our office at (800)430-9328.
Nancy Lucas on September 28, 2018 at 5:37 pm
Hi, I am wondering if you might be able to help me. I am using Protandim Nrf2 to significantly reduce oxidative stress(see “protandim on http://www.pubmed.gov), Taking Lutein and xeantine, using Can-C (NACA) drops, using BEMER Pro medical device which increases blood flow in the capillaries and micro capillaries, drinking green juices and other things for a very healthy diet. I have severe damage to both of my optic nerves(–automobile accidents–), with repaired retinal breaks, flaps and tears. Using the above my retinas stabilized to have laser surgery with some vision restored about 8 years ago. However, I was informed that my optic nerve damages in both eyes, and a fast growing type 3 cataract will render me with no usable vision in both eyes within 3-9 months. Any suggestions, or parts of your protocol that I am not currently doing would be most appreciated. (I have worked for a medical board that reported to the State of Nevada Board of Homeopathic Examiners, as well as in a homeopathic pharmacy in the past, so I am very much in support of homeopathic or nutraceutical products.) Thank you. Nancy Lucas
Dr. Kondrot on September 29, 2018 at 8:59 am
After going over the details you provided Dr. Kondrot highly recommends you to have a phone consultation with him. You would need to send us a copy of your most recent eye exam from your current ophthalmologist.The exam must be no older than 90 days. You can send this by fax at 623-505-2466 or via email at [emailprotected]. Please call our office for further assistance. Our toll free number is 1(800)430-9328.
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