Eye Doctor Chris Teichmiller explains a revolutionary new treatment for reading problems. The new ChromaGen lenses have helped many people already including a teacher and her student. This is a testimony of how helping individuals with eye disorders is reciprocal. The teacher Ashley Hodges at Horizon Elementry school in Madison Alabama got the treatment with the lenses after struggling for 30 years. She noticed the symptoms in her student and then was able to help her.
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