coMra therapy helps to treat a wide variety of eye conditions caused by injury, illness or natural ageing, and also helps to treat serious brain injuries such as stroke and TBI.

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It’s important to take proper care of your eyesight. You can do this by getting regular check-ups with your optometrist, and by protecting your eyes from hazards like harsh sunlight and excessive screentime.1

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However, some eye problems can be caused by unexpected injuries, illness or natural ageing.2 The good news is you can use your coMra device to treat and manage many eye conditions and maintain healthy vision.3

COMRA TREATMENT FOR EYE HEALTH

The NEUROLOGY 14 protocol works to treat a variety of common eye conditions and serious eye diseases,3 including:

  • Optic neuropathy: Damage to the optic nerve.4
  • Myopia: Near-sightedness.2
  • Glaucoma: Damage caused by the build-up of fluid pressure in the eye.2
  • Macular degeneration: An age-related condition that causes central vision loss.2
  • Retinitis pigmentosa: A degenerative retina disease that causes night blindness and vision loss.2
  • Retinal detachment: Separation of the retina from the tissues holding it in place.2

This 26-minute protocol targets key points including the eye area, occipital lobe, carotid arteries, solar plexus and adrenal glands.3

IMPORTANT: The eyes must be closed when treating the eye area and the face.3

Download the latest User Guide for full instructions.

HEALING EYE AND BRAIN INJURIES WITH LASER LIGHT THERAPY

coMra’s low-level laser therapy can also help with vision problems caused by head trauma and traumatic brain injuries.5,6

Dr Norman Doidge is a remarkable and successful psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. In his book, The Brain’s Way of Healing, Dr Doidge devotes a chapter to the healing properties of low level lasers.5 He includes examples of the remarkable recoveries he witnessed through their use, and quotes research that shows the efficacy of these lasers in treating injuries, not only in the peripheral nervous system, but also in the central nervous system – in the spinal cord and the brain.5*

Treating Eye Conditions with coMraDr Doidge points to research that clearly showed how “in both animals and human beings, low-intensity lasers helped damaged nerves stop degenerating and start regenerating themselves.” He references other research and case histories that involved new neuronal growth in the spinal cord and brain.5**

He points to a variety of studies and case reports that show how LLLT of the eye and brain can help in the treatment of a wide variety of injuries and chronic conditions – from retinal injuries, optic neuropathy and age-related macular degeneration, to neurodegeneration, traumatic brain injury and stroke.5

In terms of treatments with coMra therapy, the NEUROLOGY 1 protocol works to treat the effects of stroke and other cerebral conditions, such as ischemia (lack of blood supply) in the brain, and Alzheimer’s disease.3 The 18-minute protocol targets key points on the head, neck and spine, as well as the carotid arteries.3

In a series of neurology videos available online, coMra practitioners discuss how LLLT has been used to treat retinal diseases, vision loss caused by stroke, cranial nerve damage, and numerous other serious eye and brain injuries.7 These short, informative videos illustrate just how effective coMra treatments can be.

Click here to watch the coMra Therapy videos – Neurology series

NOTE: coMra is a powerful modality. The uses described above are those recommended by the coMra User Guide. Experience over 10 years has shown that in the case of most chronic conditions, treatments can also be spread out to once or twice per week, without taking the breaks outlined in the guide.

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References:

1 6 Tips for eye health and maintaining good eyesight. WebMD.2 Common eye disorders & diseases that cause vision problems. Cleveland Clinic.3 coMra user guide.4 Optic neuropathy: symptoms, causes & treatment. Kraff Eye Institute.5 Doidge N. The Brain’s Way of Healing: Remarkable Discoveries and Recoveries from the Frontiers of Neuroplasticity. New York: Viking; 2015.6 Rojas JC, Gonzalez-Lima F. Low-level light therapy of the eye and brain. Eye Brain. 2011;3:49-67. doi:10.2147/EB.S21391.7 coMra therapy. Videos.