About Recovery InSight
Our Recovery InSight blog content is developed by licensed medical professionals, through collaboration with external contributors, and is intended to provide you with the latest news on emerging research, scientific advancements and new treatment innovations. We also share with you our patients’ experiences with vision loss and recovery, putting a spotlight on conditions previously thought to be untreatable.
Our medical team at Restore Vision Clinic is committed to creating quality content and experiences by upholding the highest medical standards. We strive to provide comprehensive, unbiased, honest and timely guidance, along with actionable next steps. We focus on strict sourcing guidelines and rely on peer-reviewed studies, academic research institutions, government agencies and medical associations; we avoid tertiary references. Each of our articles is thoroughly researched, and sources are vetted to ensure they are recent, authoritative and objective. So you can do your own research and draw your own conclusions, primary sources—including studies, scientific references and statistics—are linked within each blog post or can be found in the resources section at the bottom of a post.
While telling patient’s stories - we understand that health touches each of us differently, so we respect people’s choice of words when sharing their personal stories.
The content we provide through Recovery InSight including text, graphics and images, is for informational purposes only and does not constitute medical advice; our blog content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Fedorov Restore Vision Clinic does not recommend or endorse any specific clinicians, clinical care providers, opinions, products, tests, procedures, services, or other information that may be mentioned in our blogs.
It is our policy that if a reader alerts us about a potential issue with our content—such as inaccurate, outdated, unclear or contradictory information—we take immediate action. Our editorial and medical teams research the feedback, determine any revisions needed and republish the updated content, if appropriate.
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