Tibetan eye chart

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The Tibetan eye chart is said to be invented by Tibetan Lama Monks and has been used for many years.

The Tibetan eye chart is a tool allegedly developed by Tibetan monks.[1][unreliable source?][2][unreliable source?][3][unreliable source?] According to some authors, it can be used to train the muscles and nerves of the optical system, correcting visual problems.[4][unreliable source?][5][unreliable source?] However, the International Orthoptic Association has found no scientific evidence of the effectiveness of this treatment.[6][7]

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  1. ^ Brotherhood of Life (2001). Tibetan Therapeutic Eye Chart. ISBN 978-0-914732-42-6.
  2. ^ Forleo, James (2008). Health Is Simple, Disease Is Complicated: A Systems Approach to Vibrant Health. North Atlantic Books. p. 413. ISBN 978-1-55643-718-2.
  3. ^ Denton, Gail (2007). Brainlash: Maximize Your Recovery from Mild Brain Injury. Demos Medical Publishing. pp. 223–226. ISBN 978-1-932603-40-8.
  4. ^ Angart, Leo (2008). Improve Your Eyesight Naturally: Easy, Effective, See Results Quickly. Saffire Press. pp. 89–90. ISBN 978-3-937553-08-5.
  5. ^ Rotte, Joanna; Koji Yamamoto (1986). Vision: A Holistic Guide to Healing the Eyesight. University of Michigan: Japan Publications. p. 147. ISBN 978-0-87040-622-5.
  6. ^ KC Fitzmaurice: Visual Rehabilitation: An Orthoptic Perspective. Transactions VIIth International Orthoptic Congress 1991, Ed G.Tillson, p 369.
  7. ^ Kerry Fitzmaurice (1996). "The Role of the Orthoptist in Visual Rehabilitation. An Australian Perspective". Am Orthopt J. 46: 159–66. Archived from the original on 2008-08-20.