Jane’s Testimonial: How I avoided Laser Eye Surgery and corrected my eyesight in 2 months

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Hi, Jane here…I’ve started wearing glasses for my near-sightedness (myopia) since I was about 6 years old…Then later on in high school, I developed far-sightedness (hyperopia) as well…

So I constantly had to bring 2 different types of glasses with me almost everywhere I went. After I started working, my colleague recommended me to go for laser eye surgery (Lasik) as she had a smooth surgery and didn’t need to wear glasses or contact lenses anymore.

I was seriously considering going for LASIK surgery as well, but somehow the idea of someone cutting into my eyes while I’m wide awake didn’t quite appeal to me (I was very scared actually). I know it’s very safe and the technology has come a long way, but I was a chicken I guess…LOL

Anyway, to cut the story short, I continued to switch between my glasses and contact lenses all these years. The good news is, I stumbled upon this site when googling about what to do to improve my eyesight. It taught me the vision strengthening exercises that I need to do 15 minutes everyday. These were actually techniques invented by Dr. William Bates long time ago, but the ophthalmologists and optometrists don’t really practice it in America, so it’s such a shame.

I also learned that glasses and contact lenses actually ruin our vision in the long run, because it actually prevents our natural body function to correct our eyesight!

I was also quite sceptical about this all natural method, as I was so used to depending on my glasses. However, since the site offers a 60 day money back guarantee and it only cost me $37 for this program, I decided to give it a try since I had nothing to lose!

For the last 2 months, I’ve followed Dr. Bate’s 15-minutes-a-day action plan that literally forces my visual system to work as a cohesive unit to self-correct. I’ve also curbed many of my bad habits that caused my near and far-sightedness in the first place. I’m not perfect, but at least now I know what can worsen my eyesight and I can avoid it if possible.

My eyesight is much better after 2 months (not perfect yet), I’m still doing the exercises everyday and I occassionally need my near-sightedness glasses when reading fine print…but I go about most of the day without my glasses now… And I’m so glad I didn’t have to go through Laser Eye Surgery like my colleague did!

That’s why I highly recommend people like me to try this Dr. Bate’s natural methods, even if you have already scheduled for LASIK surgery.

You’ll also receive 3 bonuses along with the program, which includes a system of formulated eye charts that gauge your visual fitness:

– Classic Eye Chart.
– Interactive Eye Chart Generator.
– Letter Rows & Grid of random tumbling E’s.
– 10 charts for practicing fusion, convergence & divergence.
– Astigmatic Mirror.

Best of all, you’ll also receive unlimited email support from the ophthalmologist once you join the program (You’ll be a member for life). It’s only a one-time-fee of $37 to join, and they’re so confident about their methods that they offer us a 60 day no questions asked money back guarantee. So it’s no risk on our part to give it a try!

You can join at http://www.CureMyCondition.com/HowToRepairEyesight

This Doctor Bates method applies to almost all visual problems, including how to improve eye sight in patients with the below eye conditions:

Near-Sightedness (Myopia)
Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)
Cross-Eye (Strabismus)
Macular Degeneration
Eyestrain
Dyslexia
Astigmatism
Hyperopia (Far-Sightedness)
Presbyopia (Old-Age Sight)
Cataract
Glaucoma
Tension Headache
Light Sensitivity
Poor Night Vision

Learn more and claim your 3 bonuses at http://www.CureMyCondition.com/HowToRepairEyesight
I’d love to hear about your progress too! Feel free to drop me an email at jane@curemycondition.com
With love,
Jane

Vision Without Glasses Video Review: Bates method eye exercises for natural vision correction

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Watch me purchase Duke Peterson’s Vision Without Glasses live online. Follow me as I go through the product to show you what it’s all about!

Watch my video review below: (Alternatively, you can also watch on Youtube at http://youtu.be/EkxtykEFzvU )

You can also download your copy of Vision Without Glasses at http://eyevision.curemycondition.com/repair-eyesight

One day I discovered the work of Dr. W.H. Bates and it profoundly changed my life and my practice as an optical doctor. It shooked me to the core when I realized:

A) How glasses and contacts are practically guaranteed to ruin your vision over time… (and a little known way to prove it for yourself!)

B) The obvious and overlooked reason why optometrists and doctors are so misinformed and skeptical to Dr. Bates natural vision improvement… (No, it’s NOT a big conspiracy of self-interest and profit like many people seem to think!)

C) Dr. W.H. Bates hidden-in-plain-view secret that speeds up recovery with more than 400% and massively improves Myopia (near-sightedness), Hyperopia (far-sightedness), Presbyopia (Old-Age Sight), macular degeneration, eyestrain, Glaucoma and more within mere weeks of starting the program…

Check out real life testimonials at http://eyevision.curemycondition.com/repair-eyesight

This “Dr. Bates 2.0” method applies to almost all visual problems, including:

Near-Sightedness (Myopia)

Lazy Eye (Amblyopia)

Cross-Eye (Strabismus)

Macular Degeneration

Eyestrain

Dyslexia

Astigmatism

Hyperopia (Far-Sightedness)

Presbyopia (Old-Age Sight)

Cataract

Glaucoma

Tension Headache

Light Sensitivity

Poor Night Vision

And More…

Here’s the secret:

After my initial discovery I’ve since spent years developing Dr. Bates original vision improving concepts into a super-charged program that’s bound to make you see sharper and clearer in only a few short weeks.

In Vision Without Glasses™ you’ll discover…

15-minutes-a-day action plan to literally FORCE your entire visual system to work as a cohesive unit to self-correct and promote crystal clear sight and naturally regain perfect 20/20 vision in 1 – 3 months!

The grave mental danger posed by “authoritarian” doctors and optometrists, and a simple 3-second “trick” to brush off their sticky negative influence in a heartbeat… (hint: you want placebo to work in YOUR favor, and not the other way around!)

The proper way to use glasses and contacts without ruining your progress towards the natural state of vision without glasses…

A deadly diagnostic mistake made by most doctors and optometrists concerning the difference between strained and stressed eyesight… and how to correct both ailments from the comfort of your own home!

Fool-proof 60-second relief from headaches and eye strain without drugs, pills, or other harmful chemicals…

The natural confidence enjoyed by people with perfect vision PLUS the knowingness that you’ve mastered something most people would consider “a miracle”…(a young patient jokingly compared it to Clark Kent versus Superman…)

Get the latest updates on vision improvement and eye strengthening exercises at http://eyevision.curemycondition.com/repair-eyesight

Optometrist- Full scope of Practice

I will be opening a new optical office & practice. The buildout of this 3,200sqft space will be completed by 7/15/19. I have an experienced optician that is currently employed at a local Walmart and she wil assist with hiring and managing the practice. You will have input into what equipment and EHR.. So, come to Georgia and be involved from the beginning in this brand new practice in this medium sized town in Georgia!!

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Dr. Jeff Walline on the State of Myopia Control in 2017

In his GPLIwire2017 talk, Dr. Jeff Walline, Associate Dean of Research at The Ohio State University College of Optometry, gave a lecture on the state of Myopia Control research in 2017.

We interviewed Dr. Walline after the show to get further insights on the direction that the field is taking:

If you’re thinking about dipping your toes into myopia control in your practice, it is worth a listen.

Discuss here.

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Active Focus – Beginner Tips

Adding another one to the active focus link list, more words to help newbies find active focus.

Active focus is really the only part of the whole approach that has that intangible aspect that I can’t reliably explain the application of. Finding it is super easy for some, and a challenging journey for others. Since I don’t want you to get hung up on not being able to find active focus, I keep adding new perspective to hopefully help you out.

Here’s the most recent video explainer:

There you go.

Enjoy some active focus, keep making the 20/20 gains, and keep me posted on your progress!

Cheers,

-Jake

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Optical Women’s Association Announces 2019 Award Honorees

The Optical Women’s Association (OWA) has announced its 2019 OWA Award Honorees.

Holly Rush, CEO of Costa Del Mar, will receive the Pleiades award, which honors an individual who has shown exceptional support in advancing the leadership role of women in the optical industry.

Laura Lewis, vice president of human resources at MyEyeDr., will receive the Pyxis award, which honors a member of the OWA who actively participates in the organization and promotes the OWA throughout the optical industry, contributing to the OWA’s continuing growth.

Jessica Goebert, public relations and marketing manager for De Rigo REM, will receive the Emerging Leader award, presented to a woman who is a rising star and exemplifies leadership qualities as a new distinctive talent within the optical industry.

“The OWA embodies core values of enhancing the leadership role of women, and these women exemplify true vision leadership and passion for the optical industry,” says OWA President Tiara Claxton.

The women will be honored at International Vision Expo East during the OWA’s annual Champagne Breakfast on Thursday, March 21, 2019, at the Edison Ballroom in New York City. This event will also feature keynote speaker Kathleen (Katie) Taylor, former president and CEO of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and current Chair of the Board of Royal Bank of Canada. The breakfast is sponsored by Luxottica and the OWA.

About the honorees:

Holly Rush

Holly Rush: Rush’s career spans more than 25 years in the consumer products industry leading the growth and development of large teams and well-known brands. She previously held key roles at L’Oreal as well as Duracell, a division of the Gillette Company. In 2011, she joined the optical industry, becoming the senior vice president of sales for Luxottica Wholesale and was part of the management team that helped restore the company to its leadership position in the U.S. She was subsequently named president of Luxottica Wholesale North America.  In 2016 she and her family relocated to Daytona Beach, FL, where she became the CEO of Costa Del Mar, a division of Essilor.

Rush is passionate about galvanizing teams and developing the next generation of leaders. She dedicates time to speaking engagements such as the “Women Rule” series hosted by POLITICO, Google, and the Tory Burch Foundation, along with the OWA and the Essilor Women’s Network. She was named one of Vision Monday magazine’s “Most Influential Women of the Year” in 2012, received Luxottica’s Founder’s Award for Entrepreneurship,  and given the Visionary award from the Foundation Fighting Blindness.

Laura Lewis

Laura Lewis: Lewis currently serves as the vice president of human resources with MyEyeDr., where she focuses on talent development and strategic growth. With a background that spans several industries including banking, insurance, and optical.

Lewis is an active member of the OWA, is a Sponsor Ambassador, and is a current member of the OWA Mentoring Committee. Recently, she was named OWA Subcommittee Chair of the Sponsor Ambassadors due to her meaningful work and contribution to fully developing the Sponsor Ambassador role. As one of her many passions, Lewis is committed to not only the support and development of the OWA, but also to the growth and development of its many individual members. She recently recorded a “Tuesday Talk” for the OWA titled “Shine and Sparkle: Interviewing with Intention.”

She is a graduate of James Madison University’s School of Business and was recently nominated as one of 2018’s Most Influential Women by Vision Monday magazine. In addition to her time spent with the OWA, Lewis enjoys spending free time with her two teenage sons, traveling, and volunteering.

Jessica Goebert

Jessica Goebert: Goebert is the senior public relations manager for De Rigo REM in Los Angeles, CA. She brings over a decade of diverse experience developing communications strategy for some of the most iconic brands across fashion, sport, and lifestyle. This includes six years in the optical industry, where she got her start at Luxottica Group, overseeing all brand communications for the company in North America before joining De Rigo REM, where she is responsible for leading all communications, social media, advertising, events, and industry relations.

As an active member of the OWA, Goebert is the co-chair of the Digital Marketing Committee where she has spearheaded content creation and messaging for the OWA’s social platforms and participated in event planning for the organization’s regional events in Southern California. Some of her achievements include dressing FLOTUS Michelle Obama and actress Octavia Spencer for the Oscars, receiving CLIO Image Award and Platinum PR Award nominations, and being named by Vision Monday magazine in 2017 as one of the most Influential Women in Optical.

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About the Optical Women’s Association: Founded in 1997 as a nonprofit, the Optical Women’s Association is committed to supporting and promoting the professional development of women involved in all facets of the optical industry. As the vision of the OWA evolves and expands, it maintains the focus of the OWA’s founding principles and core mission: to enhance and promote the leadership role of women in the optical industry through networking, education, and peer support.

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Our easy-breezy super-smarty guide to everything from progressives to eyewires ……

I was looking a news site in Switzerland and the Warby Parker website popped up. I decided to have a look and clicked on it and found an interesting page:

Eyewear A to Z

Our easy-breezy super-smarty guide to everything from progressives to eyewires to monocles.

see all of it:

https://www.warbyparker.com/eyewear-a-z#p-prescription

Any comments ?

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Nuts and Bolts: How to Maximize Insurance Reimbursements

In this highly practical ODwire.org Webinar, Shane Shepherd, Senior Insurance Manager at VisionWeb, helps your practice maximize on claim reimbursements.

We’ll learn to:

  • Find and understand your claim denials
  • Understand the TOP REASONS that claims are denied
  • Avoid the obstacles and seeing the benefits of pulling patient benefits ahead of every appointment
  • Analyze important reporting metrics that will help you better understand your entire claims process

If you have any questions about the show, please place them here

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CEwire2019 Open for Early Bird Registration!

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https://www.cewire2019.com

56 COPE-Approved CE credits
ONLINE LIVE: January 26 & 27th, 2019
ON DEMAND: Through July 1, 2019

EXHIBIT HALL with exclusive discounts

Early Bird Registration: $149 (a $40 savings!) – Expires Jan 1, 2019.

REGISTER HERE | Current Course List | Speakers | Vendors

I just wanted to let everyone know that CEwire2019 is now open for early registration.

We’re up to 56 COPE-Approved CE credits, and there’s a possibility that there will be more before the day of the conference.

Already CEwire2019 holds the record for the most number of credit hours we’ve ever had at one of our events.

We’ve also put together the most diverse topics and crew of speakers yet — with plenty of well-known (and up-and-coming) ODs, as well as OMDs, a cardiologist, and even a neurologist!

I look forward to seeing everyone there, if you have any questions feel free to ask in this thread

— adam

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Why I Don’t Trust Optometrist Measurements

Video time!

Last day in Vietnam, high speed Internet abounds, and your favorite eye guru has been carrying around all the video gear for two months now. It’s clearly high time we got together for a little chat that’s not just a text blog Website entry thing.

So this time let’s cover why I don’t trust optometrist measurements. Or rather, how they approach the concept of “distance to blur” from the opposite end than recommended by your favorite Holiness, His Guru Von Jaken-shanti.

Short version: They measure for maximum possible diopters, while we measure for minimum / actually useful diopters.

Without getting into the defeatist mentality of permanently symptom treating a refractive state, let’s just look at the fallacy of maximum diopter exposure and all the things about lacking transparency and cooperation:

This is clearly what sage wisdom looks like.

Before you get into the video, yes I’m aware that some accuse the beard of rambling on too long. But this is how I like to involve you in the thought process and expand on ideas and keep things informal and non-scripted (and sometimes only vaguely to the point).

Hopefully this helps if you’re seeing improvements and yet the optometrist still keeps telling you that your eyes will forever suck. Learn to make the distinction between measurement ‘styles’ – and possibly explore local resources that give you transparency and a supportive approach.

Cheers,

-Jake

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