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Evasive vs Invasive

Submitted by Dr. Edward Kondrot on Sat, 07/07/2007 - 5:32pm

A group of glaucoma patients recently had an online discussion about my book Microcurrent Stimulation: Miracle Eye Cure. I was contacted by several readers of that discussion and informed that one of the skeptics posted the following reply about my website:

"I did a little digging and came across Kondrot's site. It's yet more of the usual totally unsupported, unproven New Age silliness of course, but the best bit by far is this:

Cataract surgery should be a last resort after trying other non-evasive treatments.

There is a simple, non-evasive treatment that can wake up dysfunctional retinal cells and improve vision.

"I have a whole lot of faith in someone who doesn't know the difference between ‘invasive' and ‘evasive'! I mean, really..."

Dear Skeptic

I hope you will not judge my site on a typo - this surprises me since I had top notch editor review my site!  The word should be invasive although evasive could also apply since many surgical procedures are "evasive" by not treating the underlying problem. :-)

I am honored to participate in your discussion group. First I would like share with you a little about my background. I am a board certified ophthalmologist and a board certified homeopathic doctor. At present the only homeopathic ophthalmologist in the world. I began to investigate alternative therapies very seriously after a homeopathic remedy cured my adult onset asthma. Modern medicine told me nothing could be done. The alternative therapies are not new age silliness but based on a long history of proven effectiveness.

  • Chinese medicine and acupuncture- over 5,000 years
  • Homeopathy- over 200 years
  • Light therapy- over 100 years
  • Microcurrent therapy- over 80 years

It is interesting that the present era of medicine began in the 1940's and drugs and treatments are changing every year. In my practice of homeopathy I am using the same drugs that were used over 200 years ago.

In my Opththalmology practice I wear 2 hats- one of an ophthalmologist and one of a homeopathic doctor. After practicing in both worlds (traditional and alternative), I believe the alternative route is much better in most situations.

I would be happy to answer any of the questions the group may have on alternative treatments for glaucoma

To everyone's good health and clear vision,

Dr. Edward Kondrot

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