Dr. Michael Christian, OD, PhD, I-MD was a guest on Lost Arts Radio recently, and I got introduced to the basics of his advanced system of eye care. We got to hear about his book, In Focus: Mind and Body (www.microprismoptics.com.au). However, much of what he explained seemed to me hard to grasp – clearly far outside the box of the usual approach people experience in going to an eye doctor, but I couldn't picture what a typical appointment at Dr. Christian's office would be like. It was a great surprise and treat to learn that Dr. Christian was willing to do a simulated appointment on our show, with all of us watching as it happened. Even better, Dr. Christian then offered to do a real appointment on the show, complete with a real patient and the diagnostic procedures and vision remedies that make his system unique.
So this Sunday, we'll be virtually visiting Dr. Christian's clinic outside of Melbourne, Australia, and sitting in as he meets a patient and shows us his system of diagnostic and therapeutic eye care, that as far as I know, is unique in the world today. I'll even have a chance to ask him one of the most important questions about the system he developed. Most systems of eye care and lens prescriptions assume that as the patient wears the glasses supposedly just right for them, vision will get worse with time, and stronger lenses will be needed as this happens. Because of this phenomenon, many people have realized that glasses seem to be like a crutch, a temporary aid to vision, but not anything to really make it better. My question: is Dr. Christian's approach any better in terms of offering vision improvement over time. We'll see what he says on Sunday.
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