Zephyrhills Florida Eye Specialist Dr Kondrot Surgery Alternatives Announced

A new eye health warning has been issued by Dr Kondrot, a leading eye specialist in America. He explains the dangers that people can face with traditional eye surgery, and showcases some of the alternatives out there to restore vision.

Zephyrhills, United States - June 13, 2018 /PressCable/ —

A leading American eye specialist has issued a warning for anyone considering eye surgery, injections or drugs. As part of the warning, he has revealed breakthrough treatments for cataracts, macular degeneration, and glaucoma, which are kept quiet by traditional medicine.

More information can be found at: http://HealingTheEye.com.

Dr Kondrot is known for being one of the world’s leading homeopathic ophthalmologists, devoting his practice to traditional and alternative therapies for the Treatment of eye disease. His extensive research has taken him around the world, and lent him a position for sharing his knowledge on the specialist subject.

In addition to this work as a doctor, he has written a number of books, including “Ten Essentials To Save Your Sight”, “Healing the Eye the Natural Way” and other books based around the subject of healing the eye.

Dr Kondrot is the owner of a prestigious center for healing the eye, and promotes wellness of sight, body and mind from his base in Zephyrhills, Florida. It provides opportunities for patients looking for holistic, non invasive therapies for eye problems.

He has over 20 years of experience in the industry, and has an active medical license in Arizona, California, Florida and Pennsylvania. He is a firm believer that vision is one of the most precious gifts that someone can have, and it’s important to protect it.

As people age, their eyesight can deteriorate for a number of reasons. If current eye treatment isn’t working, then people may be suffering from glaucoma, cataracts, macular degeneration or other disorders.

Normally in these cases, doctors will recommend traditional options, but these treatment procedures have the potential to be more dangerous and harmful than a lot of people realize.

Traditional eye treatments, including injections, surgery, drugs and laser procedures, scan cause unintended and unwanted side effects that can even make the condition worse. As a board certified ophthalmologist, Dr Kondrot can help people to discover options that can restore vision without drugs, shots or surgery.

Full details can be found on the URL above, where interested parties can get in touch using the contact details provided.

Contact Info:
Name: Edward
Email: info@healingtheeye.com
Organization: Healing The Eye and Wellness Center
Address: 40122 Mason Rd, Zephyrhills, FL 33540, United States
Phone: +1-352-588-0477

For more information, please visit http://www.HealingTheEye.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 346830

Latest News

Indonesia safety board denies leaking Lion Air probe details

Mar 21, 2019

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia's transportation safety board denied on Thursday that it leaked details from its probe into the crash of a Lion Air flight in October. The chairman of the National Transportation Safety Committee, Soerjanto Tjahjono, disputed reports describing conversations as the pilots panicked just before their Boeing 737 Max 8 plunged into the Java Sea shortly after takeoff on Oct. 29. Interest in the investigation into the crash, which killed all 189 people aboard, has intensified following the crash of another Max 8 in Ethiopia earlier this month that killed 157 people. Tjahjono told reporters that data from...

Orangutan mother blinded by air gun pellets in Indonesia

Mar 21, 2019

SIBOLANGIT, Indonesia — An orangutan mother has been blinded after being shot with at least 74 air gun pellets on Indonesia's Sumatra island, where threats to the endangered species have increased as the palm oil and paper industries shrink its jungle habitat. An X-ray showed at least 74 air gun pellets in her body, including four in her left eye and two in the right, said veterinarian Yenny Saraswati with the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Program. The great ape, named "Hope" by her rescuers, also had several wounds believed to have been caused by sharp objects, she said Monday. Hope also...

Jakarta's 1st subway to ease frustration, sweat and fumes

Mar 21, 2019

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Commuting in Indonesia's gridlocked capital will for some involve less frustration, sweat and fumes when its first subway line opens later this month. The line is the latest of infrastructure improvements nationwide that officials hope will help the giant but laggard nation catch up with its neighbors. The 16-kilometer (10-mile) system running south from Jakarta's downtown is the first phase of a development that if fully realized will plant a cross-shaped network of stations on the teeming city of 30 million people. A $2.4 billion elevated rail network linking Jakarta and its satellite cities is also taking...

Asian stocks edge up on stimulus hopes after Chinese data

Mar 21, 2019

SINGAPORE — Asian markets were mostly higher Thursday as slowing Chinese industrial output left traders hopeful of more assurances from Beijing. Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 gained 0.7 percent to 21,431.28 and the Kospi in South Korea was up 0.1 percent at 2,149.48. Hong Kong's Hang Seng added 0.1 percent to 28,840.30. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 rose 0.1 percent to 6,167.00. The Shanghai Composite lost 0.6 percent to 3,010.06. Shares were flat in Taiwan but fell in Singapore and the Philippines. China's industrial output grew 5.3 percent in the first two months of 2019 from the same period last year, official data...

Malaysia shuts 111 schools as toxic waste sickens students

Mar 21, 2019

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Toxic waste illegally dumped into a river in southern Johor state sickened scores of students and teachers, prompting Malaysia's government to order 111 schools to close Wednesday. Education Minister Maszlee Malek earlier Wednesday told 34 schools to shut down and later said that number was up to 111 schools. He didn't give details. More than 500 people were treated for breathing difficulties, dizziness, nausea and vomiting after inhaling toxic fumes from the waste. Officials said 166 people were hospitalized, and several were under intensive care. Environment Minister Yeo Bee Yin was quoted by the country's Bernama...