In the mid-1980’s, a Danish researcher began investigating newly discovered acupuncture points with the goal of finding a neurological solution for arthritis and neuropathy. Participants in the studies reported that their vision was improving, a positive finding since the eye is an extension of the brain connected by the optic nerve.
Studies continued to better understand how these points could benefit eye health and the term MicroAcupuncture was coined to describe this new contemporary acupuncture system. Eventually, MicroAcupuncture made its way to the United States where it was further developed by an American acupuncture physician, Dr. Andy Rosenfarb, ND, L.Ac.
Decades of clinical research permitted Dr. Rosenfarb to refine MicroAcupuncture to 48 key points and establish protocols for medically diagnosed eye conditions such as Cataracts, Dry Eye, Diabetic Retinopathy, Glaucoma, Macular Degeneration, Retinitis Pigmentosa, Optic Neuritis and more. He renamed this medical system MicroAcupunture48.
Patients receiving MicroAcpuncture48 can expect to be…