Methodological aspects of emat.method application in children’s ophthalmology

M. Mashkotseva, A. Gavrilin, V. Murenko
Academy City, P.O.Box 841, 630090 Novosibirsk, Russia

The aim of this study is to develop new methodological approaches for resolving problems of childhood ophthalmology using new action factors and new models of medicinal action mechanisms in acupuncture. We use the basic idea of new EMAT method.

This method differs from the known methods of diagnostics and treatment in that:

1) it uses advanced scientific concepts of low-energy electromagnetic radiation action upon biological systems – Fractal Field Model of Humans (the author V. Nebrat);

2) combines principles of eastern acupuncture treatment methods and approaches of the present-day physics to functioning of biological systems with the use of the fractal theon&127; and physical vacuum, informational and fractal medicine;

3) is an instrumental technique of action on acupuncture points with “EMAT-Express-O1” units which belong to the new class of instruments and are intended for the use by specialists in the field of the eastern medicine and non-pharmaceutical treatment methods.

The results of EMAT-method application have shown stable increase in acuity of vision by 0.1-0.3, changes in state of binocular vision (appearance of synchronous vision, recovery of binocular vision) even at the first seances. We shall exemplify one scheme of EMAT-method application in the child of six years old with inherited myopia with astigmatism and refractive amblyopia of average degree in both eyes.

The girl was under the observation in a specialized institution for 3 years where she received the courses of traditional pleoptic treatment (lighting, sensory training, laserpleoptics, patterns, color pulse therapy, photo and magnetic stimulation), as well as courses of de-dystrophic treatment twice a year. During these three years there has been noted an unstable, short-term improvement in visual acuity from 0.3/0.3 to 0.6/0.6 with connection. Whereas after performing the first course of EMAT-therapy (of only 5 seances) the acuity of vision has changed from 0.6/0.6 to 0.9/0.8 with correction. This state remained stable during the follow-up. Complex analysis of acupuncture points used in ophthalmology, regrouping of acupuncture points according to their activity at different time of a day and their relation to the groups of damaged meridians with the aid of EMAT-method enabled us to compile individualized prescriptions and to optimize exposure time, thus increasing the prognosis of the treatment.