For over 40 years, Jimmy learned to live with and manage his keratoconus using a contact lens. However, as his keratoconus continued to impact his ability to remain active, the potential need for a corneal transplant became a concern. As his condition continued to progress, he knew he needed to find a treatment to preserve his vision.
Jackson has had a rocky relationship with his vision for years. He tried his best to adapt to his declining vision, and even got his first pair of glasses, however his vision only continued to worsen. After struggling for over a decade, Jackson finally learned what was causing his vision issues: keratoconus.