January 19, 2021
Is there a cure for Congenital Nystagmus?
Congenital nystagmus is an eye disorder in which the eye muscle-vision-brain coordination is impaired. Congenital nystagmus cure is extremely limited.
Congenital nystagmus is characterized by a rapid back and forth eye movement. This type of Nystagmus usually begins in infancy or early childhood and varies greatly among patients.
Current Congenital nystagmus cure such as prism glasses, acupuncture, electronic nerve stimulation, Biofeedback, contact lenses, various drug treatments, and others have limited success.
Sometimes, congenital nystagmus is accompanied by other eye problems as well, such as cataracts, glaucoma, astigmatism, or strabismus. (crossed eyes)
Current research is trying to prove that surgery for Strabismus has a positive effect on Congenital Nystagmus.
although there are limitations to curing Nystagmus, there is an option to improve the vision for patients
RevitalVision offers a training program of 30 sessions, that can improve dramatically the vision for patients who suffer from Nystagmus or other eye diseases. most patients can achieve a 150% improvement in contrast sensitivity and 2.5 lines in Visual acuity.