Visual Field

Visual Field Improvement Related to Diet and Acupuncture

Submitted by dave on Sat, 10/11/2008 - 11:16pm

I just read a very informative report on Taran's blog about his visual field and visual accuity improvements. Taran posted three visual field test results in this blog post. I highly recommend everyone take a look at Taran's results. Here's the link to his blog post, "Octopus Visual Field Scans Before, During and After Micro-Acupuncture & Diet Discussion". It is a great post.

Octopus Visual Field Scans Before, During and After Micro-Acupuncture & Diet Discussion

Submitted by tsingle999 on Thu, 10/09/2008 - 1:36pm

Attached is a chart of Visual field tests done on my right (not as good) eye while I did the 3x a day 2 week Microacupuncture (meaning hands and feet) treatment with Andy Rosenfarb. The left picture is before the treatment, the middle one is after 4 days or 12 treatments. The right one is after 30 treatments over 12 days. The lighter color the better and if you look at the numbers below, the lower the number the better. It is quite clear to me that my visual field improved. As well my visual acuity improved 2 levels with each eye after treatments.

World Epidemic of Blindness to Reality Because of Myopic Perceptions

Submitted by dave on Sat, 09/27/2008 - 9:35pm

 Considering current events, including the health care crisis and the global financial crisis, I found Dr. Roberto Kaplan's talk from a few years ago to be very relevant. Here is a summary of his talk I found somewhere (and I have since lost the source). I love the quote because I think it says a lot about how many world leaders are approaching solutions to our current problems -- very short sighted.

My 2nd Year Visual Field Results

Submitted by dave on Tue, 12/19/2006 - 2:03pm

These are my two-year follow up visual field test results. The prior Humphrey Visual Field tests were done on 02-Jan-2006. The first Humphrey tests were done on September 8, 2004. (These tests have all been done with the "old style" Humphrey instruments -- but they have not all used the same testing program.)

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My First Visual Field Tests

Submitted by dave on Wed, 09/08/2004 - 11:29am


I'm posting my visual field test results. This was the first time I've had a visual field test done and I did not enjoy it at all. The test is a bit long (about 10 minutes per eye) and boring, but the worst part is that the test reminds me how much damage has been done to my optic nerve. During the test, when I don't see any lights for a long time with my right eye, I know I'm not performing well. It's just no fun. However, I shouldn't complain because the test is not painful at all and there are a lot worse things I could have to suffer though than this!

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