Cataract / Parkinson’s Disease

At the beginning of the year, I had cataract surgery which is one elective surgery that everyone told me was worth doing. Unfortunately, my surgery made my eyesight worse. Numbers became very difficult to make out, and I could no longer read the newspaper without squinting and struggling.

My daughter Lynnette told me about Dr Yoza. I had already noticed the improvement in her dog Ipo as well as how much Lynnette’s head tremors had gotten less noticeable since she went to Dr Yoza, so I was raring to try it. Lynnette madeappointments for me and my wife.

We have now had four treatments. It’s harder to tell the extent of improvements in my wife, as she has Parkinson’s and multiple other back problems. However, friends have commented on how much better she is walking.

For myself, I decided if he could make my eyesight better, I would be convinced.
One day, Lynnette asked me to read a phone number for her, as she did not have her
glasses on. Without thinking, I read it. A couple nights later, I gave her a newspaper article to read because I had found it so interesting. It didn’t occur to me until later that I had read the article without thinking about it. I do think Dr. Yoza’s treatment are responsible for my improvement.

I am so grateful to be able to read the paper again, as that is one of my joys.
At 89, the little joys in life make all the difference in the world. Thank you, Dr Yoza!


Frances and Clara