by Wearing a Plain Contact Lens for 2 Minutes

Reverse Nearsightedness

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        I first began wearing glasses to correct nearsightedness when I was thirteen. Over a period of forty-four years and progressively stronger prescriptions, my eyesight declined. Then one day I had a revolutionary idea. What if myopia could be reversed? After much research, I came across a website that explained eye exercises which could correct nearsightedness. I performed these exercises for about a year and my prescription decreased from -4.50 to -2.50. I continued the exercises for another year but could never improve my vision further. That’s when I discovered John Yee’s concept of Orthoculogy.

        After only a few months, thanks to Mr. Yee and his lenses, my vision was 20/20. Most optometrists in the US would believe my results to be impossible. Their unwillingness to consider alternative therapies is surprising, if not downright damaging to patients. The AOA code of ethics states that a practitioner is obliged to put a patient’s welfare above his personal gain and to continually broaden his knowledge of any therapies which might benefit his patient’s vision. My own experience with eye care practitioners convinces me that this is frequently not the case.

      At the time I began Mr. Yee’s therapy, I was told by a local optometrist that anyone who said that I could improve my vision at my age (fifty-seven) was lying. Fortunately, I didn’t listen to that advice. As it turns out, my eyesight got better in spite of optometrists, not because of them.

        Recently, I went to get my driver’s license renewed and asked to take the vision test to see if I could get the restriction removed. I was quite pleased that I passed. I could see all the way down to the 20/20 line. Mr Yee’s method helped me pass the vision exam.

        I’m very grateful that Mr. Yee didn’t become discouraged by the lack of acceptance for his ideas. That’s usually the way with revolutionary concepts. It takes awhile for them to catch on. I have every confidence that Orthoculogy will catch on, and when it does, the eye care profession will be the better for it.

—N. S. Wikarski, PhD, Flordia, United States, Author of: The Granite Key, Shrouded in Thought, and The Fall of White City.

        I have thirty years experience in the study of nearsightedness prevention. John Yee has made a major personal effort to design preventive methods for this difficult problem, and these methods are effective.

        It is always difficult to pioneer new methods in a field as conservative as optometry, and it takes a bold “soul” to take these first steps. John has made a strong personal commitment to this method of prevention and has used it on his own children. He also provides this service to police officers and military personnel so that they could clear their vision to meet or exceed the objective visual requirements of those professions.

     The originality of John’s work is very important. But of far greater importance is the humanitarian aspect of that work, in that he supported certain individuals who cannot afford good vision, at no cost to them. Progress in this field will take professionals providing this type of personal sacrifice of themselves and their time to help others. His pioneering development of “Ortho C” shows promise to effectively prevent nearsightedness at the threshold.

      His standard of professionalism, and his commitment to support the welfare of others sets a high example for all of us.

Otis S. Brown, PA, United States, Author of: How to Avoid Nearsightedness, Waynesboro.

       John William Yee proposes a new form of natural eye therapy he calls Orthoculogy. This means to improve one’s vision involving the whole eye. A good concept, given the current trend to surgically lasering the cornea in order to correct nearsightedness. If this system produces the results it promises, then the safer Orthoculogy can be considered by the millions of nearsighted person instead of invasive eye surgery for improving eyesight.”

—Dr. Roberto Kaplan, O.D., M.Ed., FCOS. Board Certified in Vision Therapy. Former Professor of Optometry, University of Houston and Pacific University. Author of Seeing Without Glasses, The Power Behind Your Eyes, and Conscious Seeing.

        I got to know John over the years as a writer, and we share our general interest as a writer. Later I got to know him as an inventor. I am impressed with his persistent research and drive to achieve perfection.

Valerie Gyenge, Budapest, Hungary. Olympic gold medallist, 400 meters freestyle; world record holder, 800 meters freestyle. Author of two novels: The Promise, and The Way They Were. Recipient of the Order of Hungary.

        When I started, I could only see line 1 with a pair of -2.00 weaker glasses. Now six months later, I can see line 8 with those glasses. The time he spent with me...replacing lenses I broke...shipping problems...somehow we got through it. Ad we are not finish yet.

Sebastian Castenetto, Italy

       I made a special trip to see John at his clinic. He continues to treat me at no cost even after my follow-up visits expired. Eventually I had the restrictions on my driver’s license removed by the Ministry after I past their vision test.

—Elsa Campuzano, Mexico City, Mexico

       When I first put them on, I was rather amazed that I could see so well because these were plain and not prescription lenses. The optometrist explained that what was probably happening was that my astigmatism was being “masked”. Apparently, fluid in the eye fills the gap between the eye and the lens and so improves one’s ability to see. But there has to be more to it than that. When I took the lenses off after a few minutes, my vision had changed and I could see better. I was staggered at the result and drove home for the first time in more than a decade without any glasses or lenses.

        My vision was so poor beforehand that I struggled to see line 2 on the eye chart. Now I can see line 7, and I am able to drive during the day without lenses of any kind. This is a huge improvement in my vision.

Ciaran Ryan, Journalist, Mail and Guardian South Africa, Sunday Times, Johannesburg, South Africa.

        Ortho C follows all the principles of natural vision therapy that I teach my students in qigong. Just like laser surgery, Ortho C promises permanent reversal of myopia but with none of the inherent surgical risks of damage to the eye and resulting eyesight. Best of all, it’s inexpensive, costing the same as a regular set of prescription glasses—but you don’t have to wear them everyday for life! Not only does the price of Ortho C makes the treatment available to everyone, but John takes a personal interest in his patients and their improvement in eyesight. Truly a “promising sight for sore eyes”! Thank you John, I can equate your contribution to eye health as what Banting did for diabetes: the affordability of Ortho C makes it available to anyone interested in reversing their myopia.

—Hilda Williams, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, Professor, University of Alberta.

       I can’t thank John Yee enough for what he has done for me. Everything, from our first correspondence until now, his service and care has been way beyond anything I’ve experienced before. The best of all, though, is that his technique really works better than I could have wished. Before applying the lenses, I was able to read up to and including line 5 on the chart. Now I am able to comfortably read line 7. Prior to this I would not leave the house without my contacts in or my glasses on, I now wear neither. It is such a pleasure not having to bother with contact lenses any more. During the whole time he regularly e-mail me and keep me informed and answer my questions. I wish him all the success in the world for all the help he has provided.

Al Stander, Troyeville, Gauteng, South Africa.

        Before I started ortho C, my eyesight was around -2.50 D with astigmatism of about -0.50 D. I could not see at all without my glasses. After been in the treatment for a while, I can see a lot better than when I started. I can see almost clearly with a pair of -0.50 D glasses or -0.50 D soft contact lenses. At times, I can see perfectly clear without wearing glasses or contacts.

     Something else worth mentioning is John’s assistance. Before I went back to Hong Kong, I encountered some problems. John took care of them while I was in Hong Kong. I greatly appreciate his caring service. I feel very happy that I found out about this treatment and am very much loving the glasses-free world.

—Florence Leung, RTA, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

       Over the course of the several months I have been working with John Yee to improve my severe myopia, I have been extremely impressed by the personalized customer service he has offered, even on a daily basis where needed. He has responded to my questions thoughtfully and promptly. He has followed up, in great depth, the basic instructions about his truly inventive system, offering me a wealth of useful information. This has made the process faster, easier and more efficacious, allowing me to improve my vision from 20/200 to 20/70 in a remarkably short time frame.

         In addition, it has been a pleasure dealing with him, and I am happy to know that I can count on him to assist me in the future for as long as it takes to achieve the degree of improvement I desire. And finally, Mr. Yee has shown remarkable compassion by offering me visual aids at reasonable cost after my health insurance was cancelled due to a job change.

      As one of those in the U.S. who has long admired Canadians’ ethics and sense of humanity, I have been pleased to learn how much Mr. Yee embodies those qualities.

Sarah M. Eck, Bellevue, Washington, United States.

      When I’m outside on a bright day, I can read street signs from 100 feet. This would not have been possible before John’s program. Sometimes, I’ll get a clear flash of 20/20 that lasts. My vision is still decent enough to drive without lenses. I’m thrilled with these results.

Rick Ciauri, Murrieta, California, United States.

      John is sincerely interested in my improvement and not just monetary gain. I have not had the pleasure of meeting John face to face but he is trustworthy and has kept in contact via email. I have been receiving treatment from him for a number of years now and I am confident that with his support I can one day achieve the goal of 20/20 vision. This is a very difficult goal to achieve with other opticians/optometrists who are only interested in selling glasses rather than remedying the problem. His charges as a therapist are low. For example: ortho K can charge from $2500 to $3000 for their procedure or laser therapy can go as high as $5000.

        I think John is sincere in his therapy, and I wish him luck in it and I hope that he can help me attain my goal of 20/20 vision. I know he will not let me down.

Zishan Syed, Kent, United Kingdom.

       You are indeed a very humble person as taught by our Lord. You boast not about your invention, and you do not charge a patient an arm and a leg to provide treatment. I salute you honestly.

Joseph Yu, B.A., M.A., ASLA, CLD, OALA, APLD, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

       I am very pleased to hear of John Yee’s ethical approach to the dissemination of the specific details of his discovery in “reversing nearsightedness”. He shows generosity in his work with students and other individuals who would have difficulty paying for his services. John simply does not charge them. This can be verified by checking the website and type in “nearsightedness”. I put a lot of stock in the principle that persons who are fortunate to have knowledge, or special skills, or resources, and reasonable health, should return some of their talent and/or resources to the community. I try to follow this principle, but John Yee exceeds whatever I have been able to do, partly because his approach is so direct and concrete.

Dr. Rowland C. Marshall, B.A., M.A., PhD, Chairman, Philosophy Department, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.