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Eye care therapies that treat eye conditions inside and out.
At the Sand Institute, we believe that holistic care can be as good for health as traditional methods. Vision deterioration due to aging is common and robs many people of the precious gift of sight. Vision loss can be caused by inflammation due to genetics or lifestyle factors. Our non-invasive alternative therapies have been proven to improve the lives and comfort of people with a variety of eye conditions.
Microcurrent stimulation has been shown to increase blood circulation to the eye, stimulate the function of retinal cells, and reduce scar tissue within the eye. The goal of microcurrent stimulation is to neutralize frequencies that are in disharmony.
Vitamins have a dramatic impact on the function and health of your eyes. By ensuring you are receiving the proper nutrients, we can help improve the function and health of your eyes.
Stem cells are the most promising option available in regenerative medicine. Stem cells can possibly help regrow or replace damaged tissue in the eyes.
Medical conditions such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and heart disease can increase your risk of vision loss. We can work with you to adjust your diet and minimize the effects these conditions may have on your overall health.
CoMra therapy (Coherent Multi-Radiance) is a non-surgical eye treatment that uses low-level laser technology to improve a patient’s eyesight and overall quality of life. This handheld device combines color LEDs, magnetism, and low-intensity ultrasound technology to correct eye issues such as glaucoma, macular degeneration, and cataracts. CoMra therapy also assists in the natural healing process by promoting tissue regeneration in the treated area. This therapy can also be customized to meet each patient’s personal needs.
Your initial consultation will help Dr. Sand determine if you would benefit from alternative therapies. Some patients may still require traditional treatment to improve their vision.
If you are having difficulties with vision, you should see your primary eye specialist and receive an official diagnosis of your problem.
After the initial three-day program, Dr. Sand will recommend a customized program for each patient including lifestyle changes and home devices to help you continue to improve your vision.