Restore Vision Lost to Macular, RP & Stargardt

Restore Vision Lost to Macular, RP & Stargardt


8 THINGS YOUR DOCTOR DOESNT TELL YOU IF YOU HAVE MACULAR DEGENERATION, STARGARDT OR RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA

October 20, 2020

BEH PODCAST EPISODE 49

We're here today for the first of an eight part series. Don't glaze over, stay with us here. The first of an eight part series soon to be a major book. But we wanted to kind of introduce it in pieces here just to get you going. And if you have or know someone close to to you that has been diagnosed with a degenerative eye disease, things like macular degeneration, that's the most common stargardt disease, which is basically just the juvenile form of macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa, and then a few other odd ones, cone rod dystrophy and things like that. You know, those are diseases that are now the major causes of blindness in people over 65. And they're diseases that just by, I don't know, by the miracle of how life works, it turns out, we've found in our practice ways to work with those to deal with those and even to reverse the vision loss, that those kinds of diseases cause. And that's really what we're here to talk about. It's not something you're going to hear about from your board certified ophthalmologist. Even if they know about it, they're not going to tell you about it. But they are going to tell you that they don't have anything to offer you. So hopefully you found this podcast you found us because you're not going to accept that there's nothing you can do. You're out there looking And you found us. And so we're here today to begin to tell you about the things you need to know. So that you can heal your vision.
8 THINGS YOUR DOCTOR DOESNT TELL YOU IF YOU HAVE MACULAR DEGENERATION, STARGARDT OR RETINITIS PIGMENTOSA
049_OMDPodcast_8-Things_1_of_8CarlyleHello and welcome to the OrganicMD podcast. My name is Carlyle Coash and I am here with Dr. Damon P. Miller II. How are you doing Damon?Dr. MillerWell, it's an odd time in the world, but I'm doing pretty well. I'm really glad to be here. You sound strong. You sound good. I'm glad to hear that.CarlyleI'm doing what I can. Dr. MillerThank you. Okay, well we're here today for the first of an eight part series. Don't glaze over, stay with us here. The first of an eight part series soon to be a major book. But we wanted to kind of introduce it in pieces here just to get you going. And if you have or know someone close to to you that has been diagnosed with a degenerative eye disease, things like macular degeneration, that's the most common stargardt disease, which is basically just the juvenile form of macular degeneration, retinitis pigmentosa, and then a few other odd ones, cone rod dystrophy and things like that. You know, those are diseases that are now the major causes of blindness in people over 65. And they're diseases that just by, I don't know, by the miracle of how life works, it turns out, we've found in our practice ways to work with those to deal with those and even to reverse the vision loss, that those kinds of diseases cause. And that's really what we're here to talk about. It's not something you're going to hear about from your board certified ophthalmologist. Even if they know about it, they're not going to tell you about it. But they are going to tell you that they don't have anything to offer you. So hopefully you found this podcast you found us because you're not going to accept that there's nothing you can do. You're out there looking And you found us. And so we're here today to begin to tell you about the things you need to know. So that you can heal your vision. So, Carlyle, what do you thinkCarlyleIt's essential that we remember that the body has this incredible ability to regenerate to heal itself. If we give it support to do that, and this is something that we're Yes, we're talking about degenerative eye disease, and these next few episodes. This can be applied to so many other things. So the same template, I think, plays out for a lot of different illnesses and issues. And so I think, even if you're like, well, I don't have I don't have this issue.