Alternative Eye Care
In the United States alone an expected $14 billion a year is spent on alternative medicines and 37 therapeutic schools are beginning to give a little piece of their preparation to this subject. These days, in any case, most elective eye treatment does not include the utilization of symbols or toxic substances but instead tries to embrace an all-encompassing methodology by including diet, dietary supplementation, and physical exercise. It frequently resists normal clarification and needs logical confirmation however empowers patients to wind up progressively included with their own treatment and recognizes the helpful significance of the connection among themselves and the advisor. The AAO team has recognized that acupuncture therapy might be valuable as adjunctive treatment or as an adequate option in contrast to regular treatment.
A. Herbal or Traditional Medicine in Ophthalmology.
B. Acupuncture in ophthalmology.