doubvision - Acupuncture KOSA proudly presents "How To Treat Diplopia and Testimonial"

Double vision, also known as diplopia, is a condition that causes people to see two images of an object.
A variety of conditions cause diplopia, including strabismus, cranial nerve palsies, multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravis, orbital injury, stroke, and intracranial tumor.
Treatment for double vision depends on the underlying cause.

Currently, the NEI does not have a fact sheet on this condition.

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Source: NIH (National Eye Institute, NEI)

KOSA Acupuncture’s Understanding & Treatment


Eyes are under control of liver.
Thus, treating the liver properly is imperative.


Use Ascetic Saahm’s formula #3, quenching liver.

If the patient had overlapping conditions they need to be treated at once and of course, the treatment needs to be changed accordingly.

Testimonial #01

Previous conditions and progress

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History of diplopia

She had a dilation to get a new pair of glasses three weeks ago.

Since then, due to the severe damage to her left eye’s muscles, she started to have the diplopia and her eyeballs (left one was hardly moving and right one was moving too much to compensate the left eyeball).
She couldn’t drive, read emails on computer screen and had suffered other difficulties, which is told in below video.

She had gone through a few eye doctors but nobody could give her answer satisfies her questions.
She has an appointment on Monday, Mar. 12, 2018 to see neuropathologist to investigate in more details.

On Saturday, Mar. 10, 2018, she came see me for the first time to get treatment for her eye.
In ten minutes, her problems disappeared and her vision came back to normal.
Below video was recorded during the 2nd session on Sun. Mar. 11, 2018.


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