New hope for patients with macular degeneration

Macular degeneration is a progressive eye disease that often robs people of their vision. Dr. Julio Arroyo with Eye Health Consultants of Texas says his patients are seeing clearly again, some of them for the first time in a decade.

The macula, in the retina, controls 90 percent of vision. Dr. Arroyo says cells are supposed to repair the macula and make it new every two days. When that stops happening, vision is lost.

“We make cells constantly and in order to make them we need oxygen, water, raw materials including fats, amino acids, vitamins and minerals, and energy, the right form and information — if one of those is missing, that’s when we start having trouble,” explains Dr. Arroyo.

That’s why Dr. Arroyo developed a protocol called M-SHARP, which stands for Microcurrent Stimulation Holistic Alternative Retina Program.

“The treatment protocol consists of three different parts,” adds Dr. Arroyo. “One is epigenetics, methylation, that means we look at the bio-chemistry by looking at the genes that control the replication of cells, so having that information, we can actually design and personalize nutritional approach with very targeted nutraceuticals, then we look at the energy part of things, and we use two to three different energy medicine devices that provide the energetic information, that the cells need to correct.”

For more info:

http://www.fox26houston.com/health/healthworks/151294381-story

To learn more about the treatment option, visit http://eyehealthconsultants.com/blog/665-251215-how-do-i-know-if-i-am-a-good-candidate-for-orthok.html.

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