Dr. Tai is certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation with subspecialty certification in Pain Medicine. He is licensed as a Physician by the New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners and as an acupuncturist by the New Jersey State Acupuncture Examining Board. He is currently practicing pain management at his office in Bridgewater New Jersey, at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital-Somerset, and at Somerset Ambulatory Surgical Center.
Although it’s not entirely clear how lanosterol is working, the researchers believe that the steroid prevents the proteins from building up. According to Tech Times , if the drops prove to also work on humans, they could offer a non-invasive treatment for individuals with mild to moderate cataracts and serve as a way to prevent the condition from ever returning. While cataract surgery is relatively easy and safe, the drops would serve as an easier alternative for the 50 million Americans estimated to be afflicted by the condition by the year 2050.