How was the Orasis Acupuncture Center created?
Its inspirer and creator is Mr. Vassilis Spyrou, himself suffering from Stargardt’s disease. He experienced the gradual loss of his vision at the age of 19. After a costly journey of 25 years in several clinics and hospitals abroad, he blocked the path to total blindness through acupuncture and electroacupuncture. Having undergone treatments in two foreign countries, he is currently continuing his acupuncture at the Orasis Acupuncture Center (Athens – Greece), with the ultimate goal of fully restoring his vision.
His contentment is connected with the healing of every patient who loses the beauty of the world from his gaze and as it happened to him, hope should never be abandoned!
What is the Orasis Acupuncture Center?
ORASIS Acupuncture Center is the first specialized center for eye acupuncture in Greece and one of the very few on a worldwide basis.
The treatment and final cure of ophthalmic diseases through acupuncture is our main goal, especially in cases where classical Western medicine cannot offer further help. The establishment of the Center was based on our unique and strictly personal initial motivation, thus the purpose of its operation is above all humanitarian. We perceive our presence responsibly and sensitively, as part of society, having experienced the problem ourselves.
We are committed to safeguard the health and improve the quality of life of our patients. Social support has always been a top priority for us and this is combined with our understanding of the fellow-patient as our companion in the journey to treatment.
Where is the Orasis Acupuncture Center?
The scientific team and the staff at the Orasis Acupuncture Center are always at your disposal to answer any questions regarding the action of acupuncture in eyesight improvement and to inform you in detail about the Orasis Acupuncture Center.
Our Center is located in the heart of Athens and is housed in an elegant and specially designed area, on the 5th floor of the Cosmos Center, offices 536, 537 and 538 at 125-127 Kifissias Avenue (Ampelokipi district). It is served by several bus lines, the trolley bus and the line 3 of the Athens Metro (“PANORMOU” Metro Station). In our building there is an underground parking (fee), entrance from the Louizis Riankour street.