Proof of Vision Improvement from Natural Vision Class

The data below is gathered from 4-weekly classes held this summer at Infinity Foundation in Highland Park, Illinois. Students received weekly email from the teacher (Mimi Shekoski, PhD) as a recognition and encouragement of their success in vision improvement.

 

Dear Natural Vision Students:

Awesome job everyone! Again, congrats to all of you, improving your vision in 3 weeks to 2x, 4x, or even more for some.

Here’s what I recorded from your reading the Snellen chart and Near-Vision-Test chart on July 18, July 25, and August 1:

 

NameJuly 11 - 1st class, input from
your intake form
July 18 - 2nd class.
one week later
July 25 - 3rd class.
two weeks later
Aug 1 - 4th class. three weeks later
Gerald-9.75 & -10.25-2.50
(20/200)
-2.00
(20/80)
Phoebe-4.5 both eyes
(20/400)
-1.50
(20/100)
-0.75
(20/40)
Kathy-1.0 &-0.75 for distance
+2.25 for near
normal
20/20
normal
20/20
font 5 on near
Monica-3.25 both eyes
(20/300)
-1.50
(20/100)
-1.00
(20/50)
Dalesenearsighted
font 9 on Near Chart
-2.50
(20/200)
-2.00
(20/140)
-2.00
(20/140)
Bob-2 to -2.5
(20/200)
-1.50
(20/100)
-1.00
(20/50)
-1.00
(20/50)
Lindanearsighted
since age 6
-0.50
(20/30)
-0.50
(20/30)
Mariabifocal-0.50
(20/30)
font 22 on near
normal
(20/20)
font 15 on near
Sandrabifocal-0.25
(20/26)
font 10 on near
normal
20/20
Jennibifocal-0.50
(20/30)
font 30 on near
Bilyana-5.5 & -6
(20/500)
-2.00
(20/120)

-1.50
(20/80)

(We didn’t get to measure Bev and Lynn.)

Note: The Snellen Eye Chart is 20/20 based, used by eye doctors and we also use in the class to measure your distance vision. Diopter is what your eye doctor writes as Sphere, on prescription for your glasses/contacts. The conversion from 20/20 based measurement to diopter is not straight forward and therefore, the above diopter range given is a rough estimate. If you want to learn more about visual acuity test and how to convert 20/20-based measurement to diopter, click here.

 

Keep up the awesome work, everyone!

Cheers,

Mimi Shekoski, PhD, Natural Vision Teacher | Holistic Natural Health Doctor

 

Note: Nothing in this blog post is to be construed as medical advice, nor is it intended to replace the recommendations of a medical professional. For specific questions, please see your eye care practitioner.

Disclaimer

 

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