Mr Masoud Teimory
2nd August 2018
Twenty two years ago, when mr Teimory first started working for Western Sussex hospitals in 1997, i had just been through radiation treatment at Brighton hospital. I had noticed that i was struggling to see anything through my right eye. I was refered to mr Teimory who diagnosed optic neuropathy. (The radiation had burnt the optic nerve in my right eye), the condition gradually became worse. Mr Teimory arranged a course at the hyperbaric chamber in Gosport (breathing oxygen while pressure was/is believed to reduce nerve damage.) The vision in my left eye was stabilised and although no longer feeling confident in my ability drive, i have led a normal life, with just my left eye since then.
I have seen mr Teimory every year since then, through two cataract operations and i firmly believe heis efforts saved the vision in my left eye.
I would confidently recommend mr Teimory to anyone struggling with sight problems