What Clients Are Saying
My husband's vision with his donor cornea is better than it's been in many years! Now he can read with both eyes.
Carol, Aurora, CO
My nearly 78 yr. old husband, G. had a corneal transplant in the 1980's. While he had vision in that right eye, he could never see well enough to read with it. So, he relied on his left eye for reading. Unfortunately, about 2 years ago, that "good" eye had gradually failed, leaving him unable to read at all. He felt depressed and had feelings about a dim future.
He began receiving QEST a friend who was a second-year student. She found a great deal of work to do on his head, as well as with things affecting the outer layer of the spinal meninges. It all seemed to stem from a severe head injury in 1958. QEST has improved his alertness and energy and he seems younger. He looks forward to his walks, sings and hums as he goes about his daily chores, feels optimistic, and wants to do more things in our lives.
After the foundational QEST work done at the first visit, he could read. However, here's the most exciting news: at his last eye test, his doctor was amazed with the vision improvement in both eyes. He could read again with his right eye (with the donor cornea) as well as with his left eye. The doctor was so surprised. Then she asked him to read the chart again. "What have you done to be able to read with that eye?!" After all of these years, that eye is working better than it had for more than two decades.