Could acupuncture be used to treat "l...

Could acupuncture be used to treat "lazy eye?"

There are 2 comments on the WNWN-FM Battle Creek story from Dec 13, 2010, titled Could acupuncture be used to treat "lazy eye?". In it, WNWN-FM Battle Creek reports that:

Sticking acupuncture needles into points on the body classically associated with vision in Chinese medicine could prove to be an alternative to bothersome patches or drops for older children with a "lazy eye," suggests new research.

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Rochester, NY

#1 Dec 14, 2010
Stick a needle in your eye and see.


Since: Sep 10

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#3 Dec 14, 2010
IT might but BC/BS and a lot of other insurance companies don't include that in the coverage so you'll pay out yer butt if it doesn't work anyway.. Have the Dr. try ther 1st posting and show you that it does work before you spend any green on this stupid procedure!!

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