Fantastic treatment of optic neuropathy


Nobody in the world treats optic neuropathy. But we do.


1. Reduction of the peripheral and central vision
2. The patient constantly sees «dark spots before his eyes» or does not see half of the field of view
3. Difficulties in reading and other visual work
4. Disruption of orientation in space
5. Declining colour perception.


Currently optic neuropathy is treated with corticosteroids, vasodilators, vitamin therapy, biostimulators, magnetic stimulation and reflex therapy.

We do not use these medicines. We believe that most of the cases of optic neuropathy (except for hereditary forms associated with glaucoma and tumours) are a consequence of the inflammatory process. Often, an ophthalmologist sees a white disk while examining the fundus of the eye. The inflammation of the optic nerve can be observed in the upper segment of the optic nerve. We can treat any inflammatory process with the help of the HAT treatment system.

In the absence of neurological disorders, we conduct trial treatment with dexamethasone. If after 4 days of treatment there is at least a small effect that can be identified both clinically and subjectively, we can begin HAT treatment.

Now we can’t use Dexamethasone.

With the help of this system, we are making fantastic progress in treatment. We can not only stop the disease, but also significantly improve visual acuity and the field of vision. If the patient comes to us in time, visual acuity may reach 100 per cent.


If all conditions are followed correctly, a significant improvement occurs in vision directly within 8 days after starting HAT medicine treatment.

Depending on various factors such as timely treatment and the nature of the process, the degree of improvement in visual acuity ranges from 10 to 100 per cent. But the most important thing is that our treatment prevents further progression of the condition.

Stable dynamics and further improvement in vision occur over the next 6 months.

It should be noted that this effect while using this method is only observed if optic neuropathy has an inflammatory or traumatic nature.

If the regime is disrupted through the fault of the patient (as we have often seen), no recovery occurs. It is just necessary to start everything again. We do not charge an additional fee for it.


We do not treat the optic neuropathy several times a year. We tell patients that if they feel deterioration in their vision, they should immediately inform us. If this really happens, then we can repeat our treatment. Based on our extensive experience in the treatment of optic neuropathy, it should be noted that relapses are rare, but possible. They are often associated with flu or other viral infection. «Spontaneous» relapses are rare. Patients have been under surveillance since 1997.

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