Megan is suffering from keratoconus -- a condition in which the clear tissue on the front of the eye bulges outward -- and has come to The Doctors in hopes of finding out if her eyesight can be saved. After seeing another Doctors guest suffering from kera
The Doctors welcome Julie, who has been bullied for her a handicap parking pass. She is coping with an invisible illness, postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTS).
Eye surgeons Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler and Dr. Kenneth Wright gift Brandi with a pair of special glasses which will allow her to see until she undergoes surgery.
In an effort to help Brandi with her mounting medical bills, spine surgeon Dr. Hooman Melamed surprises Brandi with a generous gift that is sure to help with her expenses.
After her attack, Brandi is suffering from double vision. The Doctors call on the team of eye surgeons Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler and Dr. Kenneth Wright to determine what can be done to restore her vision.
Isaac Lidsky has led an extraordinary life – but he claims that of all the amazing experiences along his path, “In many ways, one of the greatest things that ever happened to me was going blind.”
Following her remarkable surgery, Krystyn and eye surgeon Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler join The Doctors to discuss the procedure that has changed her life Plus, Krystyn is finally able to clearly see her boyfriend for the first time!
Krystyn is only 28, but she's been slowly losing her vision for years.
After being told she would be completely blind by the time she was 35, Krystyn returns The Doctors just after having surgery to correct her failing vision.
Krystyn is only 28 years old and is slowing losing her vision and fears it will soon completely disappear. She has come to The Doctors in hopes of finding answers and a solution.