Vision loss in one or both eyes from a traumatic optic nerve injury can be noticeably improved without surgery. The extent of restoration doesn't depend on the age of the lesion, and a person can be a candidate for this treatment if they can at least see the outlines of shapes. The results achieved from treatment are stable over the course of time. More treatments increase the chances of greater vision restoration.
Fedorov Restoration Therapy doesn't replace damaged cells or lead to their regeneration. The main goal of our therapy is to avoid further vision loss by slowing down or stopping the progression of damage. The benefits of our patented Fedorov RestorationTherapy include a larger field of vision, improved night vision, decreased light sensitivity and improved adaptation to light.
Vision loss from non-arterial ischemic optic nerve damage - the most frequent acute optic neuropathy in patients over the age of 50 - is treatable, and recovery can be encouraged using Fedorov Restoration Therapy. Major improvements include an increased size of the visual field, along with brighter, clearer (less foggy) and sharper vision.
The approach to treating post-tumor optic neuropathy with Fedorov Therapy was started in 1993 and patented in 2008. In that time, more than 500 patients were treated and achieved noticeably positive and stable results. We can apply our therapy if the tumor was removed or completely destroyed, but the decision to proceed is ultimately up to the patient.
Visual impairment from optic neuritis decreases visual acuity, leads to low contrast, blurred vision, and binocular central vision defects with reduced color vision. Fedorov Restoration Therapy can help in such conditions, leading to improved activities of daily living and vision-related quality of life.
Fedorov Restoration Therapy can be effective for conditions like glaucoma. Our approach not only slows the progression of glaucoma, it can also lead to a larger field of vision, better contrast vision and a reduction in vision haziness. Repeat treatments may be necessary. Therapy is not recommended if intraocular pressure is high.
An underdeveloped optic nerve is a congenital problem, leading to eyesight deterioration. Fedorov Therapy is meant to help you regain your eyesight naturally. Because children's brains are more easily molded, our therapy is directly beneficial to improving their visual acuity and contrast vision.
Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy (LHON) may lead to severe loss of central vision, which causes an inability to read and see details. The effects of Fedorov Restoration Therapy depends on how much vision is preserved, not so much on the duration of vision loss. For the best results, several treatments within one to two years are recommended.
The extent of optic nerve damage after hydrocephalus depends on the severity of the occlusion and on shunt function. In the case of very low vision, MRI scans are typically needed to assess whether a patient might respond favorably to Fedorov Restoration Therapy; very severe atrophy of the optic nerve dramatically limits the probability of achieving noticeable results.
Leber Congenital Amaurosis is a group of congenital retinal dystrophies similar to other inherited retinal diseases but with earlier, and oftentimes, more pronounced vision deterioration.LCA presents with severely reduced central and peripheral vision, sluggish or absent pupillary responses, nystagmus (involuntary eye shaking movements), photophobia (light sensitivity), and hyperopic (farsighted).
Vision loss in one or both eyes from amblyopia can be significantly restored without surgery. Even in situations of severe amblyopia, vision restoration is possible using Fedorov RestorationTherapy as new connections in the brain are encouraged to develop with this treatment. Children respond very well to our therapy.
Most cases of toxic optic neuropathy lead to severe vision loss because the visual system's structure is profoundly damaged. While such extensive damage is usually resistant to our treatment, Fedorov Therapy can still provide some limited benefits like reducing the size of central scotoma and increasing visual sharpness. Before recommending our treatment, each case will undergo a detailed review to determine eligibility.