1st Edition

The Neurological Treatment for Nearsightedness and Related Vision Problems A Guide to Vision Improvement Based on 30 Years of Research

By John William Yee Copyright 2019
    358 Pages 8 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    358 Pages 8 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    358 Pages 8 B/W Illustrations
    by Apple Academic Press

    This volume introduces and explains an eye-opening treatment for correcting nearsightedness and related vision problems naturally and neurologically. The author presents his methodology on neurologically correcting primary refractive errors in the mild and moderate myopic range. Ortho C (or orthoculogy, which is Latin for "correcting the whole eye") is a natural treatment, requiring no alteration to the cornea.

    Key features of the book:

    • Introduces a neurological and natural treatment for the correction of nearsightedness

    • Presents many case studies showing the effectiveness of this treatment, based on the author’s 30+ years of research

    • Provides step-by-step instructions for designing lenses to suit the need, determining the sequence of wear, and conducting resistance tests

    • Grants readers the right to apply Ortho C to treat any patients with mild and moderate myopia, anisometropia, or compound astigmatism.

    Part 1: Defining The Problem  

    1. Why Ortho C? 

    2. The Parts of the Eye Affected  

    3. Near-Point Stress  

    4. The Main Culprit 

    5. The Myopic Model 

    6. Extraneous Variables  

    7. Mental Strain  

    8. The Effort to See 

    9. Letting Go  

    10. Neurological Implications 

    Part 2: The Treatment 

    11. What Natural Relaxation Drills Can and Can’t Do 

    12. Designing the Lens  

    13. How It Reverses Nearsightedness  

    14. The Procedure  

    15. The Theory behind the Resistance Tests (It is Not Just a Test) 

    16. The Theory behind the Preliminary Drill 

    17. The Theory behind the Alternative Drill 

    18. The Theory behind the Standard Drill 

    19. Other Drills 

    20. Treating Mild and Moderate Myopia 

    21. Treating Anisometropia 

    22. Treating Astigmatism 

    23. Treating the Loss of Depth Perception  

    24. Treating Progressive Myopia 

    25. Wearing Schedule 

    Part 3: Verification 

    26. Reinstating the Correct Message  

    27. Follow-Ups 

    28. Troubleshooting 

    29. Case Examples 

    30. Specifications: Features of an Ortho C Lens


    John William Yee, DEd, RO, is a Professor in the optical science faculty at Seneca College, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He is a Registered Optician (from the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology, Alberta, Canada), and also holds a DEd (Doctor of Education in Psychology) from the University of Liverpool, UK. John Yee has written numerous journal papers on the relationship between neurology and optometry in the treatment of refractive errors. He opened a research facility with the help of some of his students to research the role of neurology in the treatment of nearsightedness (or myopia). He has also written a number of books on different problems: dealing with bullies, shedding excess weight, and understanding the stock market.

    “John William Yee has made a major personal effort to design preventive methods for this difficult problem, and these methods are effective. It is always difficult to pioneer an alternative treatment in a field as conservative as optometry, and it takes a bold ‘soul’ to take these first steps. John has made a strong personal commitment to his research. . . . In this book, he offers this knowledge to professionals. . . .  His pioneering development of Ortho C shows promise to effectively prevent nearsightedness at the threshold. His standard of professionalism and his commitment to support the welfare of others sets a high example for all of us.”

    - From the Foreword by Otis S. Brown, Author of How to Avoid Nearsightedness, Waynesboro, PA, United States


    “A timely publication as the optical professions are currently addressing the explosion of myopia since the 1970s and it is predicted that almost 50% of the world’s population will be myopic by 2050. Today, myopia control is front and center for eye care professionals looking for solutions to control and reverse this condition. They will find that John’s research and subsequent therapy will support their practice and expanding knowledge. John’s dedication to this ‘epidemic’ is an inspiration. I highly recommended it as required reading for all opticians!”

    - Lorne Kashin, RO, Executive Director, Ontario Opticians Association