Before I was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa in November 2015, I thought that my vision was normal and difficulties to see at the night were just some minimal discomfort. Visit to optician in February 2015 revealed that I had initial narrowing of the visual field what I had not fully realized before. After reading more about Retinitis Pigmentosa I understood the reason why my night vision had worsened. My doctor recommended me to control my vision and next follow-up examination in November 2015 showed further deterioration since my first examinations.
I had gotten into a bad motorcycle accident about five years ago, and lost most of my vision – I only had about 10% left. Doctors in the USA told me there was no chance of my vision coming back, that my condition was permanent and life-long. I could not drive anymore, I lost my job and I couldn't afford my apartment by myself.
Now, after treatment at the Restore Vision Clinic, in Berlin, my visual field is much wider and I am able to see colors more clearly. I am more independent at home - I can cook, I build things and can do all kinds of stuff I wasn’t able to do after my accident, like walk downtown by myself. My life is so much better now that I've become so much more independent. I can't say how appreciative I am about this place.
"... They did more than they promised!
I received treatment to improve my vision so that I can drive again after revocation of my license last autumn. Five months after the treatment I am now back behind the wheel! What an amazing result! Ten years ago I was misdiagnosed with Glaucoma. Moreover doctors in the Fedorov's Clinic discovered that my vision loss relates to non progressive retinal damage. Later on my UK ophthalmologist has confirmed that I have no Glaucoma and I have stopped using eye drops after more than 10 years. The treatment at the Clinic was fabulous, I felt very safe in their hands. Thanks a million to all staff! You have improved my quality of life significantly.
Layla from Ireland was diagnosed with Optic Nerve Hypoplasia at only four months old. This year, which is 2019, Layla is four years old and we have gone back for a 3rd round of treatments. We can't thank Anton and Julia enough for what they have done for our little girl. Overall, her vision and quality of life has improved. She is more comfortable now meeting people in unfamiliar places, she accomplishes more on her own and she is more independent because of her vision improvements. She is also able to find her toys more easily and navigate herself through her surroundings. And finally she is now able to see colours—a huge improvement from the black and white world she saw before.