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"When I did the eye seminar, at first my eyes got watery and felt a bit strained for a moment, but than I can see clearly straight away!"
A . Barclay, age 11

"Definitely the biggest positive shock of my life - it was like a miracle! Half through the practical what I have never been able to see before in my life!" -
L. Pissaro (artist, age 46)


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Bioregulatory Ophthalmology

Bioregulatory Ophthalmology course teaches general public, doctors, CAM therapists and other health providers how to improve their eyesight without using glasses, contact lenses or laser surgery. Bioregulatory Programme for Visual Improvement is particularly recommended for the correction of refractive errors, such as short-sightedness (myopia) and long-sightedness (hyperopia). Lectures are interspersed with teaching practicum, as the emphasis of the course is put on the interactive practical work. All participants are provided with personal exercise tools and comprehensive study manuals, containing a detailed explanation of drills and protocols for visual more

Course description

This intensive weekend certificate course may optionally get extended for health providers, to include additional 6 hours of post-course supervision, tutorials, and qualification exam, offering 20 CPD and an additional methodology that adds a new dimension to their practice. Graduates receive Diploma Certificates from Academy for Bioregulatory Medicine, accredited by the Institute for Complementary and Natural Medicine (ICNM), which make them eligible for membership of the British and International Societies for Bioregulatory Medicine (ISBM) and practice insurance, provided by Balens - a specialist for insuring health practitioners and organisations.


Course: Intensive weekend certificate course
Course leader: Dr T Bosh
Venue: Biomedic Centre, 23 Manchester Street, London W1
Time: 10.00 am ‑ 6.00 pm
Maximum number: 10 participants
Fee for general public: £ 650
Fee for health providers: (including additional six hours of tutorials, teaching clinic and exam):£ 950

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Case History

M.B. a 20 year old patient with bilateral myopia, wearing glasses and contact lenses since the age of seven, came to see me in early 2010, regarding the improvement of her vision. The initial allopathic medical assessment confirmed a refractory error of -2.0 dioptres on the left eye, and -2.75 dioptres on her right more